Tuesday, February 3, 2015

56 Fielding Street Asheville, NC 28803 Presented By AllStarPowerHouse, Asheville, NC

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Cottage Style Home just minutes to Biltmore Village. Beautiful hardwood floors with large kitchen. Enjoy the spacious fenced back yard and nice corner lot. One level living at its finest.

"Seller Says"

The list of "what I love about Asheville" is long, but at the top of it would be:  1. Abundant creativity all around - artists, performers, natural and architectural inspirations.  2.  Unpretentiousness - hiking attire is appropriate for almost any event.  3.  Size - I love that I can stroll through all of downtown in a day and that it seems like nothing is more than a 10-minute drive away.
I love to walk down to the Corner Kitchen and the Cantina in Biltmore Village, and it's great to have Texas Roadhouse closer still.  If I'm driving, my usual haunts are: Thai Basil, La Carreta, and White Duck Taco.

Grocery stores abound in Asheville.  Check out the Katuah Market, Asheville's premiere locally owned natural food market, located in Biltmore Village.  It's the nearest market to this property.

When I bought this property I was drawn to the feel of an established neighborhood: the grand trees and the eclectic mix of architecture representing different eras.  And I loved that my street is at the top of the neighborhood.

What I love about living in this area includes: 
- daily walks with my dog through Biltmore village, especially to Starbucks.
- using the extraordinary Biltmore Estate as my local park.  It's so close, I visit as often as 3-4 times per week.  
- Proximity to downtown Asheville, Blue Ridge Parkway. 

Another thing I'd like to mention is that this neighborhood is "on the way up."  Being an older neighborhood, there were some properties that needed a little TLC.  In the last decade, most of them have gotten it.

Asheville has something for everyone.  Whatever pastimes you enjoy, I think you'll find it nearby.

Many of the attractive aspects of this neighborhood speak for themselves, but what you cannot see is that there are a number of families who have lived here for more than one generation - people who grew up here have stayed or returned to raise their children and even grandchildren here.  Once you call this little corner of Asheville home, you won't want to let go of it.