Nestled on a 1.03 acre property, in Asheville, North Carolina you’ll discover a log cabin spanning 660 sqft. This cozy one bedroom one bathroom retreat provides the escape from the busyness of life. It offers both peace and convenience as its conveniently located minutes away from both downtown Asheville and the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway. Whether you’re looking for a short term rental or an investment opportunity this log cabin is a choice.
Craftsmanship and Design Excellence
Constructed in 2017 this log cabin showcases workmanship and thoughtful design. Inside you’ll find an inviting bedroom, a bathroom and a convenient laundry area on the main level. The living room features a comforting propane fireplace that adds to the charm of mountain evenings.
The cabin boasts a designed Murphy bed made from wormy oak wood providing comfortable sleeping arrangements for up to four people. The California king sized bed includes a bookcase headboard crafted from wormy chestnut wood along with a chest of drawers. With all these amenities for use all you need to bring are your clothes to make this equipped home yours.
Natures Beauty and Architectural Marvels
Beyond its interiors this log cabin offers more than comfort and convenience – its location near Asheville allows easy access, to an abundance of natural wonders and architectural treasures.Asheville is a haven, for those who love the outdoors. With its expanse of forests mountain peaks towering above 6,000 feet and the remarkable third oldest river in the world it’s a paradise waiting to be explored.
In this destination you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and rafting amid the breathtaking beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
One of the areas standout attractions is the North Carolina section of the Appalachian Trail. This remarkable trail stretches for 95.7 miles. Treats hikers to awe inspiring vistas as they ascend summits like Clingmans Dome at 6,643 feet and descend into the dramatic Nantahala River Gorge with its steep walls.
Beyond that portion lies an additional 224.7 mile stretch along the border between Tennessee and North Carolina. This extension grants souls access to explore whats known as High Country and conquer some of the regions peaks. However do keep in mind that if you plan on accessing this trail within Great Smoky Mountains National Park you’ll need to obtain an approval permit and possibly make shelter reservations depending on your chosen route.
Another nearby gem worth visiting is Fines Creek Farm. Once serving as a shop this charming barn has been transformed into an indoor venue spanning, over two floors across an impressive 5,000 square feet. Surrounded by pines and offering breathtaking mountain views all around—it’s truly a sight to behold.
The barn has side doors that lead to a courtyard garden filled with boxwood, perennial flowers and blossoming trees. It’s a place to unwind or host get togethers.
This cozy log cabin, in Asheville spanning 660 feet provides not a tranquil home but also an opportunity to explore the countless natural marvels and activities that North Carolina has in store.
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