That is some pretty amazing woodwork! This was once used as a girls school. Can you imagine going to school there?! The Albemarle Inn was built in 1909 for Dr. Carl V. Reynolds as his private residence. It is located on .73 acres in Asheville, North Carolina. The home features original hardwood floors, original millwork, wainscoting, pocket doors, and amazing chandeliers. The home is situated just two miles from downtown Asheville, and only minutes from the Grove Park Inn. Twelve bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, and 8,256 square feet. $2,600,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Own a piece of Asheville’s rich history with this stunning Neoclassical Revival home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1909 by local physician Dr. Carl V. Reynolds, this stunning building was his personal residence until 1920, when the property was sold and run as the Grove Park School for Girls, and later becoming a boarding house. Impressive Corinthian columns adorn the wide stone veranda which evokes the image of a Southern Mansion. Meticulous craftsmanship is seen throughout, from the oak-paneled grand staircase, expansive pocket doors, and ornate details. In 1941 the property became the Albemarle Inn, a luxurious Bed & Breakfast, which is still in operation today. Renowned Hungarian Composer, Bela Bartok was a guest in 1943 during which time he composed the “Asheville Concerto.” Come experience the grandeur and enjoy the daily repose inside, as well as outside in the breathtaking gardens. Located 2 miles from downtown and minutes from the Grove Park Inn.
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