The quaint and cozy town of Landrum, S.C. moves at a slower pace. Probably because it only boasted about 2,400 people at the 2010 census. It sits just at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, meaning that fall foliage and breathtaking sunsets are a given every single year. Plus, this little southern town is also home to one of the most beautiful log cabin homes we’ve ever seen.
43 Eagle Rock Road is on the market for just shy of $7 million. You’ll see why after taking a drool-inducing virtual tour.
The post-and-beam architecture starts the second you glance at the front door.
Steeply peeked rooftops give a little nod to Landrum’s history and its founding in 1880.
The 12,000 square feet of luxury begins in the living room. Giant logs, a stone fireplace and panoramic views await.
The ceilings seem to go on and on for eternity. No chance of getting claustrophobic in this version of log cabin chic.
This kitchen island and the rustic lighting keeps the character of the log house going strong. Yet, this design element doesn’t lose the chic factor.
More views of the Blue Ridge Mountains are hovering just outside the dining room, just in case you forget where you are.
The bedrooms keep that open, big-sky feeling with these colossal ceilings.
Most noteworthy in this house of luxury is the in-home movie theater. Wow!
And you can’t have a home movie theater without also having a proper game room, complete with more views to the great outdoors.
Another luxury follows closely behind with this full indoor basketball court.
Finally, if you thought this over-the-top house was done surprising you, think again. It also comes with an outdoor hot tub, an outdoor fireplace, and a sauna.
The continued post-and-beam architecture makes it feel cozy, despite the luxury, making this home a uniquely impressive masterpiece.