Wednesday, January 13, 2016

110 Reed Road, Asheville, NC 28805 Presented By All-Star Powerhouse, Asheville, NC MLS 3139832

110 Reed Road, Asheville, NC 28805
Presented By All-Star Powerhouse, Asheville, NC MLS 3139832

3 Bedrooms/ 2 Baths
A masterpiece of mountain design, just a few miles from downtown Asheville. This captivating lot offers the privacy you are looking for with layered long-range ridgeline views - what you came to the mountains for! Embrace peace and tranquility in this natural light filled home. Enter through a beautiful screened-in porch into a spacious open floor plan with ash hardwoods, a beautiful fireplace, and a large open kitchen - perfect for entertaining. This impeccably planned home has it all! Master on Main and oversized master upstairs, large third bedroom, updated bathrooms, huge back deck with winter views of Craggy Mtn, finished basement, large two-car garage and more.Lancaster water filtration system, private well, new deck, huge walk-in closets, transferable Terminex bond.

110 Reed Road, Asheville, NC 28805
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110 Reed Road, Asheville, NC 28805
'Seller Says'

There are many things we love about living in the beautiful town of Asheville. Situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains, there are endless outdoor adventures within close proximity. We enjoy hopping on the Blue Ridge Parkway, which is 5 minutes from our house, to different hikes, waterfalls, and camping, all within a short drive. More locally, we often frequent the Warren Wilson College trail system, which is also a 5 minute drive from our house, just to get outside for a leisurely hike with the family in the woods, along the river, or to see the animals at the College farm. Asheville is the perfect size city for us. It is full of all the arts, culture, restaurants, music, etc. that one would want, without all the traffic and crowds. We love to go downtown with the family to enjoy the afternoons at local breweries, catch a meal at one of the many fabulous restaurants, and bask in the high quality of life that Asheville offers.

Asheville has many excellent restaurants that we love to eat at. Our favorites in East Asheville near our house are East Village Grille for the best chicken wings in town and awesome greek food, Creekside Taphouse for southern flavor and outdoor patio, and The Trailhead in Black Mountain where we often go to the Wednesday night bluegrass jam for dinner. Some of the more casual places we enjoy eating at in Asheville are White Duck Taco Shop, 12 Bones River BBQ, and All Souls Pizza, all in the River Arts District, and the Caribbean restaurant Nine Mile in Montford. For finer dining, some of our favorites are The Admiral in West Asheville, Bull and Beggar in the River Arts District, and Curate downtown. We also love to eat bunch on the weekends, and some of our favorites include Biscuithead and Sunny Point Cafe, both in West Asheville, and Early Girl Eatery downtown.

One of the great features about our homes location is its secluded feel yet close proximity to conveniences such as grocery stores, gas stations, and shopping. Five minutes from our house is Ingles grocery store, Starbucks, and gas station. For more organic options, Whole Foods is a few more minutes away on Tunnel Road. Located between our house and downtown Asheville, Tunnel Road is also where the mall is located, along with many places to eat and a variety of chain shopping options such as Target, Dicks sporting goods, Best Buy, and Lowes to name a few.

When we bought our property at 110 Reed Road we were drawn to its private, country feel, great views, and still being only 15 minutes to downtown. We also love the square footage this house provides, including large rooms, open floor plan, fireplace, basement, and great decks for enjoying the mountain views. It is a great house to have gatherings and parties with friends as well. We finished the basement since moving in and enjoy watching ball games, movies, and playing music there. Another benefit of our house’s location is it sits just outside city limits, which gives decreased taxes. This house also lies in a great public school system, including Bell Elementary and Reynolds Middle and High Schools.

Our neighborhood of Riceville, just east of downtown Asheville, is great for many reasons. We like the more rural feel, yet are only 15 minutes to downtown. It is undoubtedly the lightest area in town in regards to traffic, yet still minutes to conveniences such as quality grocery stores, gas stations, the mall, and restaurants. We really enjoy being so close to the Warren Wilson College trail system, as well as Owen Park, where we go to walk around the lake, shoot hoops, and feed the ducks. Another reason we love East Asheville is its proximity to quaint Black Mountain, which is 15 minutes East of Riceville. This town boosts excellent restaurants, breweries, shops, and parks, but with less crowds when we want an easy evening out.

There are a few other things I can mention about Asheville that we appreciate. We love the fact that there is seemingly always something going on in and around town. Whether it be an arts and crafts festival, farmers market, flea markets, art shows, or free music such as Shindig on the Green or Downtown after Five, fun and adventure is all around without overwhelming crowds. Another thing we appreciate is the quality and accessible healthcare that Mission Hospital system provides. We sincerely hope someone will enjoy living in this home as much as we have.

Some of the hobbies we enjoy around town include hiking, camping, and frisbee golf at Richmond Hill. We also enjoy seeing music around town, at such venues including the Orange Peel, Grey Eagle, and Jack of the Wood. On the weekends we like strolling the farmers markets and visiting the many breweries in town, with some of our favorites being Burial Beer Co., Wedge Brewery, Wicked Weed Brewing, Green Man Brewery, and Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain.