This Asheville, North Carolina log cabin has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 660 square feet, and 1.03 acres, and it just might be your chance to live out your log cabin fantasies. This tree-lined haven is conveniently close to the Blue Ridge Parkway for a quick day trip. This log home might be rented out on a short-term basis to bring in some extra cash. A wooded, secluded 1.03-acre lot is at your disposal. The Asheville Mall can be reached in five minutes, downtown Asheville in ten, and the hospital in six miles from here. This 2017 build has a single bedroom, bathroom, and a Murphy bed made from gorgeous wormy chestnut by the seller. The bookcase headboard and dresser drawers on this California king-size bed are made of wormy chestnut. Turnkey means you can move right in with just your clothes and your belongings. In 2017, a log cabin was constructed. There is a single bedroom and bathroom on the main floor, as well as a washer and dryer. The fireplace in the living room is propane.
Asheville, North Carolina, where the log cabin is located, is a city rich in history and culture with many attractions. From famous sites to hidden gems, visitors and locals alike will find that this mountain retreat has everything they could want for a relaxing and exciting vacation. Millions of acres of forest, forty mountains above 6,000 feet, and the third oldest river in the world may all be found in this region. Popular outdoor pursuits, such as hiking, biking, and rafting, may all be found in this region of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Visit the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina and marvel at its dramatic ascents and descents, from the highest point on the trail at 6,643 feet at Clingmans Dome to the deep, narrow gorge of the Nantahala River. There are 95.8 miles of the Appalachian Trail in the Tar Heel State, and another 224.7 miles of the Trail follow the state line between Tennessee and North Carolina. Hikers on the Appalachian Trail will encounter multiple mountains with elevations of 6,000 feet or more as they make their way to the High Country at the state line. Great Smoky Mountains National Park requires visitors to have a permit in advance of their visit to the trail, and depending on the duration of their journey, shelter reservations may also be necessary. Backpackers on the trail must camp only in approved locations.
The Fines Creek Farm is a beautiful, naturally rustic and weathered post and beam barn that was originally constructed for the proprietor’s family-run antique shop. The building has more than 5,000 square feet of interior space on two levels, and it is laid out in a manner that allows for a variety of layouts and uses. Outdoor space is abundant under the barn’s linked covered overhang. The barn has a charming courtyard garden with boxwood, flowering trees, and perennials, and it is bordered by towering white pines with views of the mountains.
Available for sale at Mosaic Realty.