Tucked into the lovely Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina and less than a three-hour drive from Atlanta, the Highlands-Cashiers region has been a prized mountain retreat for Southern families since the late 1800s. For an outdoorsy New Orleans couple and their three children, it was an inspired choice.
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As connoisseur as they were sporty, the couple wanted their vacation property to be as much of a part of their consummate lifestyle as their main residence. They asked Atlanta interior designer Betty Burgess to take on the project of a new mountain home. Burgess brought in award-winning Atlanta architect Stan Dixon, who had already designed several homes in a region he dubs “the Hamptons of Atlanta.”
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INTERIOR DESIGN BY BETTY BURGESS PHOTOGRAPHY BY PETER VITALE ARCHITECTURE BY STAN DIXON PRODUCED BY LESLIE NEWSOM RASCOE WRITTEN BY JEAN BOND RAFFERTY
This story appeared in the Winter 2016 issue of MILIEU.
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