Historic House Listings

Not a bad price for Asheville, North Carolina. Circa 1932. $245,000

May 27, 2020

This isn’t a bad price for Asheville! This home was built in 1932. It is located in Asheville, North Carolina. The home is situated in the historic Homeland Park area of Asheville, and only minutes from downtown Asheville. Considering the location, this would make a great short term rental option. There are hardwood floors, and white painted logs exposed inside. One bedroom, one bathroom, and 583 square feet. $245,000

Contact Kelly and Troy with Keller Williams: 828-552-4811

From the Zillow listing:


This cool cabin in historic Homeland Park is just minutes east of downtown Asheville. The completely updated cabin has that storybook charm combined with the efficiency of an apartment. While cozy it has everything you need at your fingertips. The white painted log living and dining area share a freestanding gas stove with original stone fireplace, semi-open kitchen with washer/dryer, spacious bathroom and large bedroom with multiple closets and office area for today’s live/work experience. The lot extends upwards into the sun to grow your own urban food garden {Chickens?} or a place to create an ADU, studio or workshop with its own road access. The 1930’s charm will melt your heart while the updates will ease your mind. Live big by living small, on one level and close to everything. And don’t forget the home makes a desirable rental as well. Come and see it!


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