The largest annual fundraiser for the Cashiers Historical Society
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Cashiers Designer Showhouse
Tradition...Reimagined 
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    Cashiers Designer Showhouse will celebrate its 25th Anniversary
                           
- August 26 - September 4, 2022 - 
                  Proceeds Benefiting The Cashiers Historical Society


This year's Showhouse is a classic mountain retreat designed and built to the exacting style and quality standards of Dillard-Jones. The home is located in Fieldstone, the newest neighborhood in The Club at High Hampton.

Recognized designers from across the southeast will add their distinctive touches to the spacious 4 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath house, which features a variety of work/play areas including the Great Room, an office, a solarium and a loft. It’s the perfect mountain getaway for multi-generational family visits.

Special events will begin with an
Opening Night Party on Thursday, August 25, and include daily lectures and presentations highlighting design and entertaining ideas.

The “Cashiers Asado” will feature a highly curated selection of delicious, open-fired roasted meats, succulent seafood and seasonally sourced vegetables, all prepared by our guest Gauchos. Patrons will dance the night away on The Village
Green lawn to the vocal jazz sounds of strings, brass and percussion. A night not to be missed!

A variety of shopping will be available throughout the event’s 10 days, with highly regarded vendors offering unique lifestyle items from apparel to home decorating.

Cashiers Designer Showhouse benefits more than a dozen educational opportunities provided each year by Cashiers Historical Society to the local community and area visitors.

For more information, contact:

cds@cashiershistoricalsociety.org

Claire Barry
Showhouse Public Relations

cmbac@aol.com
Volunteer parking is at CHS and the shuttle times are in the link above
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The Cashiers Designer Showhouse has been a popular tradition in western North Carolina for 25 years. The first showhouse was the family home of local designer, Lynn Monday. The charming country cottage was nestled on the edge of Cashiers Lake.

The house was built in the 1930s and later purchased in 1960 as a summer retreat by Lynn’s parents. Lynn tells the story that when her parents first met at Cashiers Lake, her mother saw the house and dreamed of living there one day. This year’s showhouse will continue the tradition of the perfect mountain home ... reimagined for today’s family. 

 

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Cashiers Designer Showhouse, more than a dozen designers from Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee will transform a new residence designed and built by Dillard Jones and located in Fieldstone, a neighborhood in The Club at High Hampton. 

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*Please note that this is an artistic rendering and the final product may vary. Cashiers Designer Showhouse supports a variety of educational activities hosted by Cashiers Historical Society for local schools.

Past Showhouses
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In 2021 CHS brought the Showhouse to our beautiful grounds, where Diamond Brand Gear glamping tents were designed by six renowned regional designers! 
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Silver Run Reserve
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In 2020 CHS partnered with the nearly 300 acre Silver Run Reserve to showcase a 3,000-square-foot Mountain Modern Cottage.
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Black Rock Preserve
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The 2019 Showhouse took a step back from the hustle and bustle of big city life and let into a relaxing getaway cabin in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains.
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Fox Tail at Lake Glenville
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In 2018 the Showhouse sat on a grassy knoll overlooking Lake Glenville, inspired by the old chateaus of southern France and northern Italy.
2018 Cashiers Designer Showhouse
Past Chairs
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The Cashiers Historical Society would like to thank all of our benefactors, donors, guests, sponsors, and volunteers who have helped to produce nearly three decades of successful designer showhouses. A very special thank you goes to our past chairs, who have offered countless volunteer hours and leadership in support of the Cashiers Historical Society.

2021  Kat Ford & Kirk Moore                                                             Glamping at Cashiers Historical Society

2020  Melissa Warren Hudson                                                          Silver Run Reserve

2019  Kirk Moore                                                                                 Black Rock Preserve

2018  Ansley Pridgen, Sheila & Jim Hodges                                     Fox Tail at Lake Glenville

2017  Sheila & Jim Hodges                                                                  Cottage Walk

2016  Maxine Sikes & Sally Shropshir                                              Burt Farm

2015  Gayle Eby                                                                                    Goodman Cottage

2014  Gayle Eby                                                                                    Hilliard House

2013  Kathleen Rivers                                                                          Serenity Acres

2012  Lynn Wirth                                                                                 Lone Chimney Lodge

2011  Linda Pellegrini                                                                          Reflections

2010  Susie & Denny Goode                                                              Whisper Fade Cottage

2009  Joanie & Ed Michaels                                                               The Nancy Hanks House

2008  Elizabeth Rodriguez & Skip Ryan                                          Mountain Top Farm

2007  Millie Lathan, Marjorie Dunn & Jeri Rosedale                     The Lodges at Millstone

2006  Alice Scanlon                                                                             “On Golden Pond,” The Johnson Home

2005  Ann Hastings Viehman & Cassandra Manley                       The Homestead at Lonesome Valley

2004  Alice Stanly & Darla McBurney                                              The Albury-Chaiken House at the Point at                                                                                                                  Lake Glenville

2003  Sarah Nelson & Doreen Hastings                                           The Pinnacle at Pinchot

2002  Ann Austin, Margaret Kaminer & Carol Kennedy               Casa Dela Cuesta at Hampton Forest

2001  Anne McKee, Ann Austin & Carol Kennedy                          Canoe Cottage & Hickory Cottage

2000  Ann Austin, Wendy Dowden, Daneen Griffith &                 The Howerdd Home                                 Anne McKee

1999  Wendy Dowden, Daneen Griffith, Anne McKee  &               Old Toll House Property                             Kathleen Rivers

1998  Anne McKee, Wendy Dowden & Ann Austin                        The Hooper House on Cashiers Lake