Fans of the hit Paramount Network drama series “Yellowstone” can rejoice: “an impressive fortress of a home” with a stunning appearance akin to Dutton Ranch on the Kevin Costner show has landed on the real estate market for $12 million, the listing on Realtor.com says.
Only thing? It’s a little far from Montana.
The four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom estate rests in the Blue Ridge mountains in North Carolina — Cashiers, to be exact.
“Located in arguably the most exclusive golf and lake club in all of North Carolina, this sophisticated mountain home embraces breathtaking mountain views, a rolling pasture, a pond, a fern covered glen, walking trails, a playground, an entertainment field and majestic sunrises and sunsets,” the listing details.
“The ultimate mountain dream is to live within the secure gates of Mountaintop Golf and Lake Club yet have acres of your own private estate.”
Sitting on eight acres, the estate comes with several high-end features including:
Helicopter landing site
Open concept floor plan
According to the Robb Report, there’s also a 600-bottle wine cellar and private balconies to take in the stunning mountain views.
“The visionary owners hired two firms to collaborate, Moss Creek Designs and Meyer, Greeson, Paullin and Benson, to create a distinctly unique mountain home reminiscent of the Western Lodges in famous national parks such as Yellowstone and Yosemite,” the listing says. “The result is a welcoming lodge that thoughtfully blurs the line between the indoor and outdoor living areas.”
Cashiers is about 75 miles southwest of Asheville.
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