This log cabin is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom log cabin on 1.03 acres in Asheville, North Carolina. The perfect getaway is nestled in the trees, yet only minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. This log house property is ideal for short-term rental or investment income. This 1.03-acre parcel is private and wooded. You can be at Asheville Mall in 5 minutes. In 10 minutes you can be downtown Asheville. It is six miles from the hospital. Built in 2017, it has one bedroom, one bathroom and an additional Murphy bed, which the seller constructed from beautiful wormy oak. This Murphy bed can easily sleep four people. The California king-sized bed has a bookcase headboard in wormy chestnut and a chest of drawers. You just need to bring your clothes to the new, turn-key home. The log cabin was built by the company in 2017. The log cabin features one bedroom, one full bath, and laundry on its main level. The great room is equipped with a propane fireplace.
The log cabin is located near Asheville, North Carolina. This place is filled with natural wonders as well as architectural treasures. There are many things to do and see. This memorable mountain escape is a paradise for outdoor adventurers. This area is home to millions upon millions of acres of forest, 40 mountain peaks over 6,000 feet, as well as the third-oldest river in the world. You will find many outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and even rafting in this area of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Appalachian Trail North Carolina section is a spectacular section that rises to impressive summits, including the 6,643-foot Clingmans Dome. It drops into the dark, steep walls of Nantahala River Gorge. The Appalachian Trail is 95.7 miles long in North Carolina. 224.7 miles further along the trail runs along the Tennessee/North Carolina border. The Appalachian Trail climbs to the High Country, where hikers can reach the highest mountains, some of which are over 6,000 feet. To visit the trail, you will need an approval permit for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You can also make shelter reservations depending on the length of your hike. All backpackers who travel on the trail must stay at designated locations.
Fines Creek Farm is another activity you can enjoy in the area. This barn was originally built for an antique shop owned by the owner. It features over 5,000 sq feet of indoor space, on two floors. The barn has a lot of outdoor space, thanks to the covered overhang. The barn is surrounded with towering white pines and stunning mountain views. The barn’s side doors open to a charming courtyard garden of boxwood, perennials, and flowering trees.