A stunning estate perched on a scenic mountaintop in the community of Linville has become the most expensive home for sale in North Carolina.

Named Lazy Bear Lodge, the 10,065-square-foot residence is worth a whopping $29.75 million thanks to its 340-degree views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the fact that it is offered equipped with “an extensive collection of Western art spanning three centuries,” according to a press release.

The property consists of an 8,700-square-foot lodge, along with a 2,701-square-foot guest house and a 1,006-square-foot Hobbit-style guest house (which even has a round door inspired by the movie Lord of the Rings.according to the Wall Street Journal.)

“This luxury lodge was designed to blend gracefully with the spectacular natural setting,” listing agent Marilyn Wright said in a release. “Its practical living spaces, unusual decor and unrivaled amenities combine with a prime location to appeal to the discerning buyer seeking a high mountain lifestyle.”

Primary lodge features include:

  • Great great room

  • Kitchen for gourmets

  • Reading room

  • Log wine bar

  • Terrace

Features of Folly House:

  • Full kitchen

  • Dining area

  • Dance floor

  • Fire place

The hotel was designed by “architect Bob Mann of ATTIC Design in collaboration with interior designer Pamela McKay of Dianne Davant and Associates,” according to the release.

The listing is handled by Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

Linville is about 65 miles northeast of Asheville.

TJ MacĂ­as is a real-time national sports reporter for McClatchy based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. TJ previously covered the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers for numerous media outlets, including 24/7 Sports and Mavs Maven (Sports Illustrated). Twitter: @TayloredSiren