The wine cellar is temperature-controlled.
Dark walls in the master bedroom put the focus on the views
With ample lounge chairs, a granite fireplace, TV, an outdoor kitchen, and irresistible views, the deck is the most coveted space in the home. Glass pocket doors can disappear completely, fully welcoming the outdoors in.
In the foyer, works of art have been sourced from around the world.
Custom sapele wood cabinetry in the kitchen beautifully conceals appliances. The island countertop is made of copper dune granite.
In the living room, it’s hard to distract from the views, but key works of art—the blown glass sculptures, Italian chandelier, and coffee table made locally by Rob Sadler—draw the gaze inside.
A mica chandelier by Fuse Lighting.
The Zanders on their back deck
he open floor plan is great for large parties. The bar in the corner flows seamlessly into the dining and living room. Twelve can dine comfortably around the table by Brian Fireman.
While the home’s contemporary design is uncommon in Lake Toxaway, natural elements including a stone and Douglas fir exterior and living roof help it blend with the environment.