Restored 1939 Artist's Cabin - Leatherwood
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
A fully restored and furnished all wooden cabin built in 1939 from Poplar, Pine and Oak with a river rock fireplace. Located in a secluded, lush, cottage community adjacent to the Hendesonville Country Club it's just 1.5 miles from the shops, restaurants and galleries of charming historic downtown Hendersonville.
This cabin, nestled under hardwoods and Hemlocks, combines the small town feel of a quaint, wooded neighborhood with the true feel of the North Carolina Mountains. Relax on the deck overlooking a forest of Rhododendrons, dogwoods, ferns, pines, and laurel while listening to the daily chorus of birds and wildlife.
Enjoy all of this and much more at elevations that guarantee cooler summertime temperatures and spectacular fall foliage.
**Property Managed By: Carolina Mornings, Inc., A NC Real Estate Firm**
Keywords: cabin, cottage, historic,
- Vacation Rental
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Considered
- 1 Bedrooms, Sleeps 3, Beds for 3
- Bedroom 1
- Queen size Beds (1), Double Beds (1)
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Linens Provided
- Gas Fireplace
- Clothes Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Washing Machine
- Parking Off Street
- DVD Player
- Video Library
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
- Outdoor Grill
- Deck / Patio
- Live Theater
- Mountain Biking
- Sight Seeing
- Horseback Riding
- Miniature Golf
- Rock Climbing
Historic downtown Hendersonville is just 1.5 miles away and offers restaurants, antiques shops, museums, coffee shops, and boutiques. Hendersonville's prime location lends itself to great short day trips - 20 minutes to beautiful Lake Lure and Chimney Rock State Park, 20 minutes to Brevard and the Pisgah National Forest, 15 miles to the DuPont State Forest, 15 miles to picturesque Saluda, NC, and 35 minutes to hip, happening Asheville....morecollapse
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So close to downtown Hendersonville and easy access to Asheville, Flat Rock. Beds are very comfy and the cabin is very cozy. Nice little neighborhood with friendly people as well. We enjoyed our stay and would come back. The pizzas at the Flat Rock bakery are wonderful. Wednesday night is 35-cent wing night at Beef O'Brady's on Spartanburg Road.
- Guest Martha
- Date of stay 04/07/11
- Review Submitted 05/05/11
Recommended for: Sightseeing, romantic getaway, age 55+, girls getaway, adventure seekers.
Very cozy, (wonderfully cushy beds) and a nice clean, modern, interior (mixed with some antiques) make this place all around worthy. It is only minutes away from everything, downtown Hendersonville, Flat Rock, Connemara, apple farms and more. Just dont go to Flat Rock Bakery unless you are prepared to eat 1000 pastry calories per visit. The pizza is great there and at West First. Dont miss Fireside Restaurant and Pancake Inn, it is located in an unusual place, behind the Hampton Inn. This is a wonderful area to visit with great food, art, coffee, deli's, and farms.
- Guest Joanna F.
- Date of stay 10/01/10
- Review Submitted 10/04/10
Recommended for: Sightseeing, pet owners, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with young children, adventure seekers.
*Rates:* .$302/2 nights (Plus $111 for Each Addtnl Nt) . $757/week High Season Rates:* .$342/2 nights (Plus $131 for Each Addtnl Nt) . $877/week **Nightly minimums apply based on season** *Non-refundable Pet Fee @ $85 for 1 dog; $125 for 2 dogs plus tax. *Plus 7.75% NC sales tax and 5% County occupancy tax. *Travelers Insurance optional at 7% of total reservation cost.
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
This owner accepts: Credit cards.
Call the owner directly to confirm reservation details and pay with an approved method (credit card, check, or bank transfer), to protect your payment up to $1,000.
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Year Purchased: 2005
About the owner: I am a photographer and artist living in Atlanta, GA and have been coming up to The Smokey Mountains since my summers at camp as a teenager. I love the local culture and the incredible scenery the area has to offer including lush, green mountains, roaring white water, foot stomping bluegrass, a vibrant art scene, amazing regional food, year round festivals and almost endless outdoor sporting opportunities.
Why the Owner Chose Hendersonville:
I knew it was a rare find when I discovered this historic 1930's cabin in the woods with Carolina siding; wooden ceilings, walls, and floors; and river rock fireplace. The fact that it was just 1.5 miles from historic downtown Hendersonville made it even better. It is a unique combination of living in the woods and enjoying the smells and sounds of the North Carolina mountains while at the same time having close, friendly neighbors in a small secluded neighborhood close to downtown.
The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
I love to head down the curvy road 5 minutes to the historic village of Flat Rock every morning for a scone from the wood fired ovens of The Flat Rock Bakery. I also like to drive the back roads to the DuPont State Forest, North Carolina's newest state park, where I can hike with my dog through the 10,000 acres of woods, rivers, and waterfalls. Another part of my daily ritual is to make the short trip to downtown Hendersonville to grab an afternoon coffee at The Black Bear or later for a dinner with friends of gourmet pizza and red wine at West First. I also make a habit of driving the back roads on Sundays to Asheville where I can indulge in a great breakfast, check out the latest art at The Blue Spiral Gallery, look for furniture at The Antique Tobacco Barn, and pick up some fresh trout at Greenlife Grocery before heading back to the cabin for some Sunday evening grilling.
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