Log cabin located on 1.03 acres, Asheville North Carolina. It is a peaceful escape in the forest, yet it’s only minutes from Blue Ridge Parkway. You can rent the log home for short term rentals, or as an investment property. This 1.03-acre tract is wooded and private. Only five minutes from the Asheville Mall, downtown Asheville is only 10 minutes. Six miles away is the hospital. It was constructed in 2017 and has one bedroom as well as a full bathroom. A Murphy bed was also provided by the seller, which was made out of lovely wormychesnut. This bed is able to sleep up to 4 people. California-king size bed features a bookcase headboard with wormy chestnut finish and a chest of drawers. Your clothes are all you will need for your brand new home. Log cabin constructed in 2017. The cabin includes one bedroom and one bath. The main floor also has laundry facilities. In the living room is a propane fireplace.
The log cabin is found in Asheville. This beautiful area boasts many architectural and natural wonders. You will find plenty to do and activities. This stunning mountain getaway is the home of many famous sights as well as some of the best local attractions. The area is home to millions and millions of acres. It also boasts forty mountains above 6,000 feet, the oldest river in the country, as well as the third-oldest river. In this region of Blue Ridge Mountains, you can enjoy all your outdoor hobbies such as hiking, biking, and rafting.
Appalachian Trail North Carolina Section has a stunning section. It rises to spectacular summits including Clingmans Dome (6643 feet), which is the highest mountain on the Appalachian Trail. The trail then descends into Nantahala Gorge’s steep, dark walls. The Appalachian Trail runs for 95.7 miles in North Carolina. There are 224.7 miles that can be covered from Tennessee to North Carolina. Hikers can climb up the Appalachian Trail to reach the High Country. Here they will be able to see the summits of several mountains at over 6,000 feet. For the Great Smoky Mountains National Park you’ll need to have an approval permit. You can make shelter reservations depending on your hiking length. Only backpackers heading on this trail must be allowed to stay at designated areas.
Fines Creek Farm, another wonderful place in the area to explore is Fines Creek Farm. The barn is rustic and weathered, but elegant. It was originally built for the family’s antique shop. The barn has more than 5,000 square feet of indoor area and 2 floors. You can arrange the layouts in a variety of ways and there are many floor plans. Under the roof, there is ample space for outdoor activities. The barn is surrounded by towering white pines and has stunning views of the mountains. It also features side doors which open to a small garden that houses perennials and boxwood.
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