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This Curvy Pennsylvania Retreat Wins King of the Mountain

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Harmony Mountain, a sprawling five-bedroom, 10 and a half-bath retreat in Northeast Pennsylvania, is on the market, asking $9,995,000. The house also claims to be "the highest point in Waverly, Pennsylvania," set at the pinnacle of its own lit winding road that climbs up the mountain. The 16,000 square-foot abode also boasts quite a lot of padding between you and the world below: it's set on a massive 100-acre property.

There's an infinity pool, music niche, and a meditation room, and descriptions of the finishes read like a United Nations committee roster: there's Vermont slate on the roof, Jerusalem Limestone flooring, green onyx from Pakistan in the main suite bath, and countertops ranging from Irish Moss at the pool house, and Brazilian Blue Macauba in a guest bathroom. These walls were done in a figured Anigre from West Africa. The furnishings and artwork are considered a "critical part of the home's energy," so we can assume that they could - and should! - be wrapped up in the purchase.

Yet, the pièce de résistance of this idyllic retreat has to be the heated stepping stone pathway outside of the master bedroom that leads into an outdoor spa carved right into the rock.

· 1 Reynolds Road, Clark Summit [Sotheby's International Realty]