| less than one acre|
20 November 2001
| 1926 (1926)|
| 1300 Pinecrest Dr., Hendersonville, North Carolina|
Tudor Revival architecture
Grey Hosiery Mill, The Cedars, Blue Ridge Mountains, Mineral and Lapidary, Kanuga Conference Center
Erle Stillwell House Wikipedia
Erle Stillwell House is a historic home located at Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina. It was built in 1926, and is a two-story, L-plan Tudor Revival style brick dwelling. It has a multi-gable and hip roof with flared gable ends and two brick chimneys with chimney pots. The entrance and sun porch are covered by ribbed copper roofs. It was designed and built by locally prominent architect Erle Stillwell, who built the neighboring Erle Stillwell House II in 1935.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.