Home of the Week: A 1930s Cotswold Stone Home in Blowing Rock, NC


Growing up in the foothills of North Carolina, Blowing Rock, NC, was always a quick family getaway. Back then, 321 was a small road that was four lanes through Lenoir, but once you were outside of town, the road quickly narrowed into the scenic drive of my childhood. Blowing Rock is a special place, and the area is unlike any others in North Carolina.

Our Home of the Week is a 1930s Cotswold stone home situated on 100+ acres outside of Blowing Rock. And it’s available right now. Interested? Details are below.


Experience a lifestyle that includes 116 acres of pristine forest, open fields, streams, private hiking trails & restored 1930s English Cotswold stone home. Stonecroft is one of the largest privately owned properties between the desirable Blowing Rock, Linville and Grandfather communities. This mountain estate includes breathtaking views of Grandfather Mt, Calloway Peak, Blue Ridge Parkway & Pisgah National Forest. The main home retains original character, but updated for modern living.