If you’ve ever dreamed of living and staying in a log cabin this Asheville, North Carolina, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 660 square feet, on 1.03 acres might be your chance. This perfect getaway is tucked in the trees yet is minutes away from the Blue Ridge Parkway. This log house property can be used as a short-term rental for investment income. This is a 1.03-acre lot that is wooded and private. In five minutes you can be at the Asheville Mall, in 10 minutes you can be in the middle of downtown Asheville, and you are six miles away from the hospital. Built in 2017, there is one bedroom, one bathroom, plus an additional Murphy bed which the seller built from beautiful wormy chestnut, sleeping 4 easily. The California king-sized bed also has a wormy chestnut bookcase headboard and chest of drawers. All you need to do is bring your clothes to your turn-key new home. The log cabin was built in 2017. The cabin has one bedroom, one full bathroom, and laundry on the main level. The great room has a propane fireplace.
The log cabin is located in Asheville, North Carolina a place filled with natural wonders and architectural treasures with plenty to see and do. From iconic landmarks to local favorites, this memorable mountain escape is an outdoor adventure lover’s paradise. The area is home to millions of acres of forests, 40 mountain peaks above 6,000 feet, and the world’s third oldest river. This area of the Blue Ridge Mountains is a place where you will find favorite outdoor activities such as great hiking, biking, and rafting.
Enjoy visiting the North Carolina section of the Appalachian trail which rises to spectacular summits including the 6,643-foot Clingmans Dome, the highest mountain on the Appalachian Trail, and drops into the dark and steep walls of the Nantahala River Gorge. The Appalachian Trail has 95.7 miles in North Carolina, but they also Trail runs along the Tennessee/North Carolina border for 224.7 additional miles. As the Appalachian Trail ascends to the High Country of the state line, hikers on the trail traverse the highest mountains along the trail, including several above 6,000 feet. When visiting the trail you will need an advance permit for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and depending on the length of your hike, shelter reservations as well. All backpackers to the trail are required to stay at designated sites.
Another activity to enjoy in the area is a visit to the Fines Creek Farm an elegant, yet naturally rustic and weathered post and beam barn that was originally built for the owner’s family-run antique shop which features over 5,000 square feet of indoor space on two floors, with flexible layouts and an open floor plan. At the barn, there is tons of outdoor space under the attached covered overhang. The barn is surrounded by towering white pines and mountain views, with the barn’s side doors opening to a quaint courtyard garden of boxwood, flowering trees, and perennials.
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