A gem in the desired Grove Park Historic District, this home is minutes away from both Downtown Asheville and The Omni Grove Park Inn. Embedded in history, this home was built for and lived in by E. A. Jackson, one of the original developers of the Grove Park area. As you walk in, it has the unique balance of a historic, yet modern feel with the original wood work and built-in shelving that complements the modernness of a remodeled kitchen and master bathroom. Having 2 gas fireplaces on the main level with lots of natural sunlight, there is an abundance of comfort and warmth that comes from this home. The roof has South and West facing solar panels. This is also one of the few properties in the Historic District with an attached 2-car garage.
Listing courtesy of Allen Tate/Beverly-Hanks Asheville-Biltmore Park.
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