Royal Morrow paid $1 a wagon-load for the stone used to build the cottage, which was salvaged from the ruins of the nearby Hume Hotel.
Royal and Louise Morrow on the porch of Stone Cottage.
In the dining room and throughout the home rich wood moldings trace the windows.
Mac and Veronica have called Stone Cottage home for 35 years.
An antique secretary holds meaningful family objects, from books to a toy bank.
A cherry writing desk by furniture maker Walter Cantrell sits the guest bedroom. “I just fell in love with it as soon as I saw it,” Veronica says.
The fireplaces in the master bedroom and the cozy, book-filled living room make the spaces inviting.
Found in pieces, the eight-foot-tall English clock was restored by Pisgah Forest’s Bob Perkins.