Stunning landscaping and elegant finishes create the perfect Asheville pied-à-terre with guest house. This 1957 Biltmore Forest, Henry Gaines designed, home is one-level living at its best. Updated with a primary bedroom addition in 2018, this home features ensuite bathrooms with generous closets and charming detail. Perfectly situated on a level lot, it features private front and rear terraces for fabulous outdoor dining in the lush gardens and landscape. Additional updates include the enclosure of the original 40-foot front porch to make an English pine-paneled sunroom/gallery, lending itself to multipurpose use. The painted paneled great room was designed by Raleigh architect Richard Hall who also designed the garage/guest house in 2013. The guest house features a full kitchen, living area, bedroom, and bath and could be used as a separate apartment or home office. Multiple renovations by the designer-owned family have made this home a European flavored jewel.
Listing courtesy of Allen Tate/Beverly-Hanks Asheville-Biltmore Park.
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