A rundown mountain shack is revived and reimagined
The Mountain Shack: The original building, shown here, was a Depression-era home sited in a 10-acre cow pasture 25 minutes west of Boone in the Blue Ridge Mountains, most likely built for a farm hand working on larger fields down the road. The home had been abandoned for decades before North Carolina architect Chad Everhart's client hired him for its redesign.
House Tour: Mountain Re-Shack
Rather than tear down a derelict mountain shack, the owners solicited the help of North Carolina architect Chad Everhart to re-imagine it for modern-day living. | By J. Michael Welton, BobVila.com