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A Tranquil 660 Sqft Log Cabin with a Stunning Interior in Asheville

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Nestled amid Asheville, North Carolina’s lush greenery sits an inviting log cabin that promises the ideal escape. Situated on 1.03 acres, this private retreat provides tranquility while remaining close to Asheville’s lively center.

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Find Peace and Accessibility Together Here

This cozy log cabin, nestled among lush woodland, lies only steps from the Blue Ridge Parkway and could offer investors short-term rental income potential due to its prime location. While offering privacy from everyday life, its closeness to essential amenities (Asheville Mall is five minutes’ drive, while downtown Asheville ten) means its proximity makes essential services easily accessible; additionally it is six miles from hospital facilities providing quick healthcare access should anyone become unwell during a stay here.

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The Cabin: a Display of Craftsmanship

Constructed in 2017, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom log cabin showcases fine craftsmanship. An added Murphy bed made of wormy oak adds functional value. California king-sized bed featuring bookcase headboard made of wormy chestnut as well as chest of drawers provide for a relaxing stay and ensure comfort during stay. All that remains for new owners to bring is clothes! This turn-key home awaits its next owners; everything needed will already be present!

On the main level of this cabin is one bedroom and full bathroom as well as laundry facilities, while in the great room a cozy propane fireplace adds warmth and coziness.

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Asheville, North Carolina offers many attractions.

Asheville, North Carolina – home to this magnificent cabin – offers natural and architectural splendors in abundance. A mountain retreat offering activities galore makes Asheville truly memorable as an outdoor enthusiasts destination.

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Asheville offers ample forestlands, 40 mountain peaks that tower above 6,000 feet, and the third-oldest river globally; making this city the ultimate playground for nature enthusiasts. Hiking, cycling and rafting activities are widely enjoyed here within its Blue Ridge Mountains region.

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The Appalachian Trail: Hikers Delight

North Carolina’s section of the Appalachian Trail stands out as particularly breathtaking, featuring breathtaking ridge top views and steep drops into Nantahala River Gorge. Covering 95.7 miles within North Carolina alone with another 224.7 mile section running alongside Tennessee/North Carolina borders.

Hikers can access some of the highest mountains in the High Country via the Appalachian Trail, many surpassing 6,000 feet in altitude. A permit may be necessary for visiting Great Smoky Mountains National Park’s section, where shelter reservations may also be necessary depending on its length; backpackers must remain within designated locations during their trek.

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Fines Creek Farm: Rustic Charm

Fines Creek Farm stands out as another notable attraction. Converted from an antique shop, this barn now covers more than 5,000 sq feet across two levels and its interior space covers more than 10,000 sq ft of indoor area on two floors. Meanwhile, outside features include an impressive covered overhang providing ample outdoor space surrounded by towering white pines with breathtaking mountain views; as well as charming courtyard gardens full of boxwood hedges perennial flowers, and flowering trees lining both side doors of this magnificent structure.

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This tranquil log cabin in Asheville, North Carolina serves as an intimate haven of serenity and functionality, close to essential amenities and various outdoor attractions for added peace and enjoyment. A valuable investment.

Source: Mosaic Realty