Historic arts and crafts bungalow

Historic arts and crafts bungalow


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Cozy home in beautiful historic neighborhood. Large (10x24 feet) covered front sitting porch overlooking the garden. The downstairs is open with livingroom with fireplace (natural gas)and all new appliances in the kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, and large LCD-screen television and stereo. One bedroom downstairs with full bed (sleeps two), the second bedroom is used as an office and has a twin bed. Spacious bathroom downstairs with tub/shower.
Laundry facilities adjacent to the bath. Upstairs there is a large suite with a full bed, a twin bed and a spacious bathroom with tub/shower.

Entire lot is a garden on three sides, including spacious fenced herb garden, and no back garden

Property features

Who we are

  1. My name is Nancy and I bought my house in 2003 and it is fully restored. The neighborhood was founded in the early 1920's and I love the character and comfort of the house. I do training and professional development work, most recently primarily for universities. I do freelance writing and have a special interest in Ireland.

    I have a dog and a cat and love gardening. When I go on holiday the cat stays at the house. I have a small collection of Japanese Maples on site, some of which I've had for many years and moved to this garden. Autumn is quite spectacular in the mountains and in the garden!

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Where is it?

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The house is siuated 2 hours' drive northwest of Atlanta and 8/10 of a mile from the Biltmore Estate and Gardens in Asheville, North Carolina, "the Paris of the South."

Asheville has its own airport with daily connections (45-minute flight)to Atlanta.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport is under 2 hours' flight from Atlanta.

Asheville is a mecca for the arts, Applachian music,and outdoor recreation. A historic spa town set at 2500 feet in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, rivers and lakes abound for fishing, river rafting and other water sports. Golf is available at a number of sites including the historic Grove Park Inn. Asheville was home to O'Henry and Thomas Wolfe and boasts Victorian, Craftsman, and Art Deco architecture, the downtown having the greatest number of Art Deco buildings in the United States with the exception of Miami. It has a vibrant nightlife with lots of good restaurants and entertainment.


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