WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS
ON 53+ ACRES
15 MINUTES FROM TOWN
3650 sq ft
2 full baths, 2 half baths
Great Room with chef’s kitchen and pantry
Finished daylight basement
2.5 car garage
2 car carport
Small RV parking (currently, 16′ travel trailer)
RV dump station
Screen porch with wood burning fireplace and spa
Chicken coop with custom house, solid / open roof areas and split pens
Grape arbors / fruit trees
12 gal / minute well
80 gal pressure tank
Whole house power generator
1000 gal buried propane tank
3 zone heating / cooling
Full baths have radiant floor heat
Tankless gas water heaters 
Electrical / phone lines buried to property line
Internet – Verizon DSL (currently in use)
Good cellular signal strength (Verizon)
Basement cellular signal repeater (basement construction restricts signal reception, repeater gives you reception for all cellular bands)
TV – DirecTV (installed)
6975 Stoney Point Road
Roanoke, VA 24018
access to town / shopping
Approximately 15 minutes to shopping in either Roanoke or Salem. Downtown Roanoke is about 25 minutes. Driving time to the Roanoke-Blacksburg Municipal Airport is about 30 minutes.
20 minutes to the Blue Ridge Parkway. 20 minutes to an Appalachian Trail trailhead. Stoney Point Rd is next door to Happy Hollows Gardens Park, a county botanical park. Poor Mountain Natural Preserve is a nearby hike (or 15 minute drive) and Valhalla Winery is just down the street.
We bought this property and built on it believing we would retire here. It is a magical place to live and the location is perfect – peaceful, private, surrounded in nature and yet minutes to groceries, movie theaters, restaurants and more.
Unfortunately, we need to move back out west for reasons we did not anticipate. This website is our way to share the beauty (and a bit of the history) of this unique property.
Take a look around, let us show it to you.
– – Michael and Erin Contour
Nationally known architect, Peter LaBau, designed this home. We asked him to ‘bring the outside inside’ and to design an open floor plan home that sat comfortably on a Virginia mountain top. When it was complete he told us that it was the only home he’d designed he’d actually want to live in.
Local construction company, Worth Inc., built the home. They build only a couple ’boutique’ homes a year. They completed ours in the summer of 2013. The home is exceptionally built and Worth Inc. took care of a myriad of details. The home site maximizes the views. The landscape was carefully contoured to give the driveway a lower slope, to manage drainage and create flat space surrounding the house.
These stories share the day-to-day sights, sounds and experiences of life on the mountain.
A fairly level trail on our property, actually an old wagon road, leads from the top of our driveway to the western edge of our property where a creek marks that boundary of the third parcel. It is about 3/4 of a mile out and back, a 20 minute walk at a slow pace. ...
Mid-April the warming weather brings spring rains, a greening landscape and abundant flowers. The clear winter landscape, low clouds and spectacular sunrises give way to bright spring colors. Our pollinator garden is becoming bright green and a few wildflowers are...
One morning we watched a turkey vulture sit on the grape arbors with its wings outstretched for nearly an hour. It was one of the first warmer days of spring and the vulture was increasing the surface area of its body to allow the sun to more easily warm it....