Chalakee - Echota's Newest Mountaintop Homes

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Echota announces Chalakee, the newest mountaintop community offering gracious living in North Carolina's High Country. Offering breath-taking views of Grandfather Mountain and other Blue Ridge landmarks, Chalakee features innovative rugged timber frame construction with eight condominium homes. Each Chalakee unit is carefully designed to take full advantage of the spectacular views of North Carolina’s famous mountains and the river valley below.

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Perched high in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Boone, Blowing Rock and Banner Elk, Chalakee is the newest neighborhood in the Echota community.

Offering breath-taking views of Grandfather Mountain and other Blue Ridge landmarks, Chalakee features innovative rugged timber frame building with eight condominium homes. Each Chalakee unit is carefully designed to take full advantage of the spectacular views of North Carolina’s famous mountains and the river valley below. Each home in the new Chalakee Lodge offers a spacious private deck and a stainless-steel outdoor kitchen with gas grill and hood.

Homes in Chalakee have a covered entry, hardwood floors, tile bathrooms and showers, a cultured stone fireplace in the living area and granite countertops, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. Standard 9-foot ceilings give way to soaring 17-foot ceilings in select upper floor residences.

Currently under construction Chalakee Lodge features one bedroom and three bedroom units plus top-floor units with three bedrooms and a loft. Prices range from $199,900 for an interior one-bedroom home to $519,000 for a top floor three-bedroom unit with loft.

Only one 3 BR, 3 Bath and one 3 BR, 4 Bath unit are still available in Chalakee Lodge which is scheduled for completion in August. Contact Leah Grove at lgrove(at)foscoecompanies(dot)com or visit the website for additional details regarding the communities of Echota and Chalakee and High Country living in North Carolina.

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