Priced $12K below appraisal. Amazingly spacious and private home w/large yard in cul-de-sac. This is the largest lot in Eastmoor! This home is meticulously maintained inside and out. Lower level is ideal for guest suite or in-law suite with separate kitchenette. Main kitchen has Juparana Bordeaux granite. Wide hallways allows for universal access. Enjoy breathtaking winter views or private summer afternoons from your screened in porch.
As an artist it is the creative energy of Asheville that most attracts me. As a volunteer Docent at the Asheville Art Museum I have made close friends with sole mates that have relocated to Asheville from all over the United States and some foreign countries. Asheville's rich and diverse history as well as it's many architectural gems make walking the Asheville city streets a source of never ending pleasures. What a great little city I will truly miss living here.
For a city it's size Asheville has a wealth of great restaurants some you could even call world class. However, tne of our favorite dining spots is also very nearby. It called Pomadoros. Other favorites in Asheville are, Chestnut, LaStrada, Posana and Nonamea in West Asheville. For Breakfast you can never go wrong eating at Early Girl on Wall Street or Sunny Side on Haywood Road in W. Asheville (voted the second best breakfast in the USA by Good Morning America).
Grocery stores are plentiful with the most convent being our local Ingles. But for great variety we have Trader Joes, Earth Fare, Green Life, Harris Teeter and I see that a giant Whole Foods store is under construction across from the Asheville Mall.
The peaceful private setting of our house. The close proximity to downtown Asheville. The many hiking trails right outside our back door. The economical geothermal heating and air conditioning system. The flow of the floor plan, the beautiful outdoor setting and the feeling of seclusion on our property yet while still being in a community with neighbors nearby. Privacy, privacy, privacy and did I mention privacy.
Where do I start! The natural beauty of Western North Carolina. The charm, culture and sophistication of the great little city of Asheville. The climate is ideal, a long Spring and a long Fall. what more more would you want. No mosquitoes to speak of. The culture available in the area is very impressive. Live theater, a symphony orchestra, third best Art Museum in North Carolina, shindig-on-the green in the summer, Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands at the civic center twice a year, UNCA, ABTech, first class health care, Doctors, Mission Hospital. I'm running out of space but I expect you get the idea. Asheville is a great place to live,
A few other things .... Art, crafts, artists, craft people, the Art Museum, Flat Rock Theater, Asheville Community Theater, waterfalls, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the clear air, the mountains and the good drinking water.
Most of my interests fall into the area of creativity such as Painting, carving, wood working, gardening, stone work, writing, touring with school groups at the Art Museum.
Eastmoor is a little know gem of a neighborhood just 10 minutes from downtown Asheville. As one approaches the entrance to our community driving along the Swannanoa River it has the look and feel of being way out in the country, yet you are just minutes from the heart of Asheville. Eastmoor roads are a great place to walk. But for a serious hiker there are access points within our community to the many Warren Wilson College hiking trails. We also have many interesting and hospitable neighbors that make for enjoyable social gatherings year round. But best of all Eastmoor is a quiet and beautiful place to live.