Historic House Listings

Like the wine cork wall! Asheville, NC cabin, Circa 1937. $325,000

November 21, 2019

Cute cabin in desirable Asheville, North Carolina. I like the wine cork wall. Not naming names, but I know a few people that could build an entire house with corks. 🙂 This cabin was built in 1937. It is located in Asheville, North Carolina. The home is situated in Historic Homeland Park and only five minutes to the Blue Ridge Parkway. The living room has a vaulted ceiling and the original stone fireplace. One bedroom, two bathrooms, and 706 square feet. $325,000

From the Zillow listing:


Immaculate and Ready-to-go original cabin in desirable and historic Homeland Park. Home has been completely restored and renovated with both charm and functionality to make it move in ready for today. The living room with original stone fireplace has be

en vaulted with a skylight to add natural light. The kitchen is one of the roomiest in the neighborhood with quality cabinets and appliances. The updated main bath is highly functional with main level laundry. The home has two atypical rooms being used as bedrooms with some functional quirks, but cozy and charming all the same. Many options on this lot for enjoying the outside from your privately screened front porch or surrounding terraced gardens. There is even and indoor/outdoor access for your pets. Don’t miss the seasonal photos of the lush garden.


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