Scholé On The Tuck
Scholé comes from the Greek word meaning "leisure." Today, Scholé also reflects the philosophy of mindfulness and the pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty.
Scholé on The Tuck offers an excellent location for all of that: fly fishing, hiking, arts, reading, writing, napping, or simply meandering through the trees and the very unique serpentine/olivine rocks. ( Scholé's property is not only located on the Delayed Harvest Waters of the Tuckasegee River, but it is also a North Carolina Heritage Site because of it's "special rocks" and several rare plants.)
By design, Scholé On The Tuck, completed in 2018, is a "dogtrot" house. It is an iconic 19th and 20th century American architectural style found in Appalachian states like North Carolina. Traditionally, a central breezeway connected two log cabins and permitted an escape from the humid summer weather. We have chosen to enclose the breezeway, cover it with a tin roof for rainy days, and use it as a living room.
If you are interested, we have two "dog trot" bedrooms available for short term rentals. Contact: Carol Schilling at # 1-828-549-8099
Dog Trot BedroomS
The two dogtrot bedrooms are available for short term rentals. One faces the river and the other faces the olivine serpentine outcropping. Both bedrooms have queen sized beds, a small chair,hickory floors, ceiling fans, individual air conditioning and heating controls, Wifi, and a keyless touchscreen entry for privacy and safety.
Dog Trot Bathrooms
Each bedroom has a private bathroom with a tub and shower combined and pedestal sink. All linens and towels are provided.
The Dogtrot Breezeway/ Living Room
The dogtrot breezeway turned living room contains many amenities: a floor to ceiling wood burning stone fireplace, a larger screen television and access to local stations, a DVD player and some old classic movies, a small desk set up for fly tying, a small refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and a hot/ cold water dispenser. On the back deck, there is a Weber coal grill and an umbrella table and chairs.
The Front porch Facing the River
Our visitors and guests are welcome to exit the breezeway and relax on the 10 by 45 feet front porch. There are plenty of places under ceiling fans and next to the window boxes to sit or stretch out and read, write, paint, draw, listen to nature, or nap.
Fly Fishing/Leisurely Pursuits
For those who love spending time outdoors, we provide places to rinse off and to safely stow away fly fishing equipment and kayaks. Scholé On The Tuck is a wonderful place to pursue beauty, nature, and leisurely mindfulness.