Reflecting Old-Fashioned Value & Quality Craftsmanship
The Smoky Mountains, the very words seem to speak of tranquility, and of an altogether different lifestyle. It offers a different vision to each one of us. To some, it is a place to relax in a rocking chair and watch the sunrise over the majestic mountaintops, or a quiet place nestled away in the shadow of mountain peaks. Still others think of beautiful mountain vistas during autumn where valleys can be seen covered in brilliant foliage. To one, a small mountain community where people still open their homes to friends and acquaintances for long evenings of playing games and stimulating conversations; to another, long walks in the woods to enjoy the beautiful Smoky Mountains, the incredible vistas, and waterfalls.
Maybe living in the mountains means you want a rustic home with lodge-style large hand hewn posts and beams, fireplaces made of stone, and windows that allow the late evening sun to light your home perched on the side of a mountain. Another person may want a cottage home nestled at the end of a small lane, in the shadow of a mountain peak, a place where the evening cool falls quickly, and friends and acquaintances sit around an outdoor fireplace. Your ideal home may be one that is created for a bygone era, with the warm glow of wide plank antique hickory flooring, large fireplaces, and windows that reflect antique copper gas lights that illuminate the way to your front door.
From the very beginning we take every precaution to make sure that the material used to construct your home meets or exceeds county codes and industry standards. From the lumber used to frame the walls, to the faucet at the antique copper sink in your kitchen, each item is carefully chosen for its value and its quality.