Loblolly, a Southern Pines historic treasure, located on a quiet, tree-lined street, is a lovely combination of unparalleled building elegance embraced by comfortable living features. The current owners created the magic combination in their 2011 renovation of the singular residence designed by Aymar Embury II in 1918 when Weymouth Heights with the nearby Highland Pines Inn was the area's social center. The home was built by Helen Boyd Dull whose nephews, James and Jackson Boyd, were masters of the hunt. The Tudor Revival has a slate roof, 7 fireplaces, soaring original casement windows, 3 enchanting terraces, hand-molded plaster walls and patterned brick surfaces on the exterior. A new, spacious kitchen, handsome bar in the family room and dream master bath highlight the renovations.