A ten-minute stroll from downtown Asheville, this charming 1915 Craftsman bungalow is directly across the street from a school playground and three blocks from two major organic supermarkets. A peaceful hideaway in the heart of the city.
The house was built in 1915 and features a floor plan in which the kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, etc. are arranged around the living room, with a hallway for added privacy. So the living room is like the hub of a wheel, and is very much a communal space. Outside, in classic bungalow style, a porch spans the entire front of the house from side to side, providing ample room for a get-together in warm weather.
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Общение с гостями
I check my guests in personally whenever possible and I'm available by text, phone call or email if there are any questions.
Другие важные подробности
If you are bringing a dog, please let me know beforehand. There is a pet fee of $15/night.
No smoking in the house and no wild parties, thanks! The porch is a wonderful hang-out space but please bring the conversation inside after 9:30 out of respect for the neighbors.
I'm a stone mason, copy editor, and writer. The house is full of books, everything from fiction to wildlife guides, myths and folktales, history and anthropology, so if you're a reader you'll find a lot here. Most of the art on the walls was done by my mom, a terrific painter, and the playroom is my grandson's, so four generations have enjoyed this house.