Among our Asheville homes for sale, this farmhouse stands out. It is unusual to find an antique farmhouse of this caliber in the Asheville area, particularly one on such a generous lot.
Built in 1901, this charming home was renovated and expanded in 1994. The careful details such as the exposed beams and working wood stove give the house a charm of the olden days while the thoughtful remodeling offers the modern amenities of today.
The loft area provides ample bedroom space. To appreciate the special features and character of this home, you really need to tour the unique space.
In addition to the farmhouse, the property itself is a one of a kind. The 48.5 acres of pastures and woodlands include several creeks in a truly gorgeous setting. An ideal location for a horse farm, the existing outbuildings include run-in shelters for horses. There is potential for multiple additional building sites if desired.
With its close proximity to Asheville, this wonderful property can enable its owners to live the simple life in a secluded setting while still providing easy access to civilization. Again, to appreciate this unique property, prospective buyers really need to experience the amazing location. For more details, please contact Chip at Greybeard.