Call Creek Sanctuary
Call Creek Sanctuary on 10 Acres
It had been described as a sanctuary, a peaceful place, a hidden gem, and it’s one of the most unique properties in Ashe County.
Call Creek Sanctuary is a private paradise wrapped by Appalachian ridges and nestled in a 10-acre cove forest. This property is a nature lover’s dream.
The 2770 square foot main cabin is cozy – refined rustic – its walls laid up of reclaimed hand-hewn, centuries-old timbers. The hearths (two of them) were made from stone gathered from the property.
Imagine the Great Room filled with your favorite people; the buzz interrupted only by the crackling of the warm fire. Light the woodstove in the family room on the lower level and take in a game or share a movie night. Rainy today? Retreat to the massive screen porch and your favorite corner for some private time, or fill it with friends and family for a feast, the ever-present sounds of Call Creek always adding to the experience.
This cabin has a lot to give, but the larger property, this private paradise, will gift you through each distinct season.
The headwaters of Call Creek start just above Call Creek Sanctuary. The creek flows continuously throughout the year, producing a constant sound that can be heard both indoors and out, from the screen porch and cabin decks.
After a day of rain, the rushing creek transforms into a captivating ribbon of white – a photo-op that the owners love!
Call Creek Sanctuary is truly a Special “Find…”. It has hosted small retreats, workshops, yoga classes, and the like. There are also glamping spots with a rustic bathhouse (not currently plumbed but could be brought back).
Two creeks, firepits, a wood-burning oven, the “Mountain Laurel” cottage, a stone labyrinth, Koi Pond, adorable chicken coops, and decks galore.
Why would you ever go on Vacation?!
Location, Location, Location
Todd Village is located about seven miles from the cabin. Quaint and small, it offers some interesting and handy shops. River Girl Fishing Company offers bike and tubing rentals and guide services. The Todd Mercantile has local crafts and baked goods. There is a summer concert series at the park, and Todd Island Park has walking trails and river access.
West Jefferson is less than 15 minutes and is filled with local shops and restaurants. The Old Barn Winery is about 5 miles and has live music 3-4 days a week.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is very accessible – less than 15 minutes. It is an excellent resource for biking, hiking, picnics, or simply taking in the seemingly endless layered views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Boone is about a 25-minute drive and affords excellent restaurants, shopping, and cultural activities – many tied to Appalachian State University. The ski areas are between 45 minutes and 1 hour away. Blowing Rock, a wonderful mountain village is 45 minutes from the cabin.
Words and pictures can’t describe what awaits you here – make this Special “Find…” yours for the holidays and schedule a private showing today.
Photo Slideshow of Call Creek Sanctury
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|Address:||1404 Laurel Creek Road Extension|
|Bathrooms:||2 Full, 1 Half|