Historic House Listings

TWO houses in Asheville, North Carolina! Parkside, Circa 1896. $1,100,000

April 20, 2020

Parkside is a beautiful house! This property also has a guest house. Parkside was built in 1896. It is located on .41 acres in Asheville, North Carolina. The property is situated in the desirable Montford Historic District. The home has a large wrap around porch, dutch door, hardwood floors, and original wood trim. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,588 square feet. $1,100,000

Contact Merissa Gail Walkenstein with Keller Williams: 828-412-0912

From the Zillow listing:


This exceptional double-dwelling property couples Parkside House, a quintessential Queen Anne Victorian, with a tastefully designed modern bungalow in the highly desirable Montford Historic District. Impeccably maintained by its historian owners for 23 years, Parkside features carefully curated interiors, 1890’s architectural details and the legacy of its handcrafted past including a wraparound porch, Dutch door, tall ceilings, and wood trim. Parkside preserves the story of Asheville’s past while providing state-of-the-art efficiency: active solar, on-demand hot water, Icynene insulation and dual heat pumps. The separate contemporary home, an Accessible dwelling, is smartly appointed for single or multi-level living, adding great value as a rental or guesthouse. Set amidst professionally landscaped gardens and artisanal stone-scaped terraces, the homes share a spacious lot adjacent to Montford Park’s protected green space–an urban oasis–yet a short stroll to vibrant downtown Asheville.


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