4000 sq. ft. rustic mountain home with 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths. Sleeps 17 or more
Two Master Suites on main floor. King size beds. Large private baths. Bedroom on lower level has Queen size bed, private bath. Second huge view bedroom has 2 Queen beds and full bath. 2 twin beds are in separate spaces. Upper level has bedroom with Queen size bed, small bedroom with king length (80') trundle bed (sleeps 2), shared bath.
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Ours is a very safe and fun place for kids. Ours is a very safe and fun place for kids.
Pets allowed - Pets allowed with prior approval. Pets allowed with prior approval.
No events - Parties/events allowed with prior approval. Parties/events allowed with prior approval.
No smoking - Smoking allowed on decks and yard. Smoking allowed on decks and yard.
Max guests: 17 (sleeps up to 17 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter:
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
About Jim Massey, owner--cell: 336-657-0574, office: 336-363-3100
My name is Jim Massey. I am a Civil Engineer, General Contractor, and Real Estate Broker, born in Winston-Salem. I came to Roaring Gap in 1965 where I met and married my wife, Nancy. She is a registered nurse with a specialty in surgery in Elkin and my partner in the real estate and construction business. WE WILL NEGOITATE OUR RATES BASED ON NUMBER OF NIGHTS AND NUMBER OF PEOPLE STAYING. WE WILL ALSO TALK TO YOU ABOUT YOUR BRINGING A PET.
Jim Massey, owner--cell: 336-657-0574, office: 336-363-3100 purchased this chalet in 1998
Why Jim Massey, owner--cell: 336-657-0574, office: 336-363-3100 chose Roaring Gap
My company designed and built this house at about half its present size in 1966 for a couple from Winston-Salem. Years later we built them a bigger home two houses up the street, and sold this house to a couple from Florida. When it became available again in 1998, Nancy and I bought it because all the really good view lots had been built on and we had always dreamed of living on one of the spectacular view properties on Ridge Road. We gutted it down to the bare framing, doubled its size and built it all over again, finishing in 2000. We lived here for 10 years and then moved into a new home across the street in Olde Beau. Ultravista is presently for sale, but will not be shown when there is a guest in the house. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR HOME BY VIEWING OUR MORE THAN 60 FIVE STAR REVIEWS!
What makes this chalet unique
Having designed and built almost all the view homes on Ridge Road, Nancy and I knew that the view was good, but didn't know it was spectacular until we lived there. I didn't know that sunrises sometimes are as beautiful as the best sunset. Also, I had no idea that a full moon could be so brilliantly exciting. Watching lightning storms in the valley from up here is really special. So are fireworks in valley communities on July 4th. When the fog is lying in the valley, the mountain tops look like islands in a cotton sea. And every night when the lights come on down below, called 'valley stars' by locals, it looks like a large city. The view is different every day.