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Picture yourself at Laurel Cliff.
Lose yourself in its tranquil park setting, teeming with deer, turkey and wildlife.
Relax in an Adirondack chair and soak in the cliff-top view overlooking a large pond and the Yadkin River as it winds gently by. And tap into your inner peace.
Situated on two, five-acre lots surrounded by protected woodlands, Laurel Cliff truly is a unique property. Only two homes share this cliff location, giving Laurel Cliff its deep sense of privacy.
Adding additional peace of mind is the knowledge that Laurel Cliff is protected from intrusive development by large tracts of adjoining property being held by the Land Trust of North, which restricts future development.
The two homes, built in upscale, mountain-style architecture, nestle seamlessly into their natural surroundings, which are tastefully landscaped with native rhododendron and mountain laurel. A variety of perennial beds lend additional color throughout the seasons.
The homes range in size from 2,200 to 2,450 square feet, with large open-style living spaces -- perfect for entertaining. Each home features a massive stone fireplace and generous windows that bring the outdoors right inside your living area.
Each home also includes its own matching, detached two or three-car carport designed to accommodate any weather condition.
Laurel Cliff is a perfect example of how the natural beauty of Piedmont land can be transformed into a resort-like property that makes your home seem like something right out of a state park.
Deer and wild turkey are common sights along the private road that leads you gracefully back and forth through the woods into Laurel Cliff.
Several upscale homes sit serenely on a wooded ridge with views of the Yadkin River as it passes gently by.
A small private pond offers tranquil views through the trees above and also serves as a beckoning call to fishermen eager to reel in a fresh catch.
Natural gardens with an emphasis on native North Carolina plants and flowers create an ever-flowing feel to the natural landscape as it transitions from season to season.
Laurel Cliff is located midway between Mocksville and Lexington on Highway 64, about a half-hour drive south of Winston-Salem. A private, gravel road leads you the half-mile drive through the woods to Laurel Cliff.
- 6 bedrooms
- 5 bathrooms
- 4,000 sq. ft.
For more information, contact:
Mitchell Prime Properties