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SOLD! $258,000 1 bedrooms 1 bathroom 885 square feet Charming historic renovation in the heart of downtown Asheville. This urban condo uniquely features exposed brick/cement…
60 North Market, #303 Asheville, NC 28801 2 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths 1 garage space 1,260 square feet (approximate) $365,000 Spacious condo in a very desirable…
Posted on | No Comments60 North Market, #117 Asheville, NC 28801 3 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths 2 garage spaces 1,986 square feet (approximate) $670,000 Two blocks North of Pack Square,...
Posted on | No CommentsEllington Partners, LLC, a group of southeastern investors, has announced plans to build a new luxury boutique hotel at 35 Biltmore Avenue in downtown Asheville....
Posted on | No CommentsThe Smith Carrier Building, also known as the old Penney’s Building, was erected in 1926 and opened for business in 1927 as a Denton’s Department...
Posted on | No CommentsFrom 1900 until the great depression, Downtown Asheville, Coxe Avenue and the Sawyer Motor Building were the location of choice by fascinating people during fascinating...
Posted on | No CommentsBuilt in 1891, the historic building now known as Oxford Place Condominiums and home to 18 residences was originally Oxford Hotel and then a furniture...
Posted on | No CommentsLocated in the heart of downtown Asheville, the historic Kress building was constructed in 1928 and continues to be an architectural landmark, featuring detailed terra...
Posted on | No CommentsLocated in the heart of downtown Asheville, the historic Broadway Arts building was constructed in 1928 and continues to be an architectural landmark. Renovation was...
Posted on | No CommentsConstructed around 1928 by Gilliland Stikeleather, the four-story Aston was intended to be Asheville’s most grand apartment residence. However, the Great Depression struck and the...
Posted on | No CommentsOnce a grand estate known as the Sky Club, this large building on the West face of Beaucatcher Mountain is now home to five condominiums....
Posted on | No CommentsThe unique, contemporary condominiums at 37 Hiawassee offer residents a new definition of urban sophistication. The imaginative reuse of this vintage building (Interstate Motel) arose...