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Exterior and grounds of this 1880's farmstead have been preserved with deference to the rich history.
Interior has been renovated with all the desirable modern comforts and conveniences, including linens and towels for your use. Only a short drive from many western North Carolina destinations. Screened porch perfect for picnics and morning coffee. Bike routes nearby for easy access. Non-Smoking.
-Four-season, easy access -Valley view -Fully furnished -Maximum occupancy: 6 -Bedroom 1: Queen -Bedroom 2: 2 Singles or 1 King -One queen AirDream sofa bed -One bathroom -New modern kitchen with dishwasher -Spacious living/dining area -Washer (high-efficiency) and dryer -Central A/C and heat with high-efficiency heat pump -Fireplace with gas logs -Wide-screen, HDTV -Free WiFi -Free nation-wide calling -Screened porch with outdoor dining furniture and rocking chairs -Gas outdoor grill -Small stream perfect for dabbling toes on a hot afternoon -Front lawn large enough for a family softball game (or a wedding reception) -Extensive, marked bicycle routes nearby
Can request conversion to 1 king bed, if preferred...moreless
Both bedrooms feature all-new comfy sleep system mattress sets, elegant linens, oak furnishings, and built-in closets.
Bedroom 1: Queen room has plush wall-to-wall carpet, direct access to wrap-around porch, beautiful natural light by day, and romantic lamp light at night.
Bedroom 2: Two twin beds or 1 king bed (advise owners about preference) - perfect for either 2 children or a couple, this room has especially beautiful restored original wood floor, all the comforts of a modern bedroom, but with the distinctive air of stepping back in time.
Additional Guest Accommodations: Handsome sofa in living room converts into a queen sofa bed with amazingly comfortable AirDream Mattress, when needed....moreless
As you turn onto Airport Road from NC 28, you'll immediately begin to notice more trees and fields and gorgeous mountain views, including the Cowee Mtns Range to the east and Wayah Bald to the west....moreless
Please advise owners about any allergy issues...moreless
High-efficiency washer requires HE laundry detergent...moreless
Uses ground coffee and filters, brews up to 10 cups at a time...moreless
Dishes & Utensils:
Service for 8 provided: plates, bowls, water glasses, juice glasses, forks, spoons, and knives.
Also provided: Farberware cook set, various Pyrex cookware, baking accessories...moreless
All-electric appliances, oak cabinets, generous counter surfaces, everything needed during meal preparation within easy reach, open floor plan makes team cooking especially fun!...moreless
Bottom-freezer refrigerator with glass shelves, clear humidity-controlled crisper, slide-out freezer drawer, and automatic ice maker...moreless
With glass surface and combination convection oven...moreless
Deck / Patio:
Deck on back side of house for outdoor cooking. Wrap-around porch on 2 sides. Porch is screened along living room/kitchen wall with outdoor dining furniture and rocking chairs....moreless
Lawn / Garden:
Old-fashioned azaleas, rhododendrons, and forsythias border the driveway. Huge front lawn is perfect for recreation. Woodlands and babbling creek border side lawn. Fruit trees becoming established....moreless
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
Additional information about rental rates
Cleaning fee - $75/stay or $75/week$75 + tax
Personal checks are only accepted if received 30 days prior to check-in. Please include reservation number on check. $50 fee for returned check.
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Treat yourself to an evening at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts, a premiere venue for great performances.
Perhaps you’d like to include some well-known destinations on your itinerary:
Nantahala National Forest,
Pigeon Forge, TN,
Cherohala Skyway and the Blue Ridge Parkway,
Cradle of Forestry,
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad,
The Whistle Stop Mall,
Old School Antique Mall.
Outdoor activities to consider:
Cycling (The Old Campbell Farm is adjacent to the Burningtown Loops),
Snow skiing (at Cataloochee Ski Area),
Year Purchased: 2011
About the owner: Jim and Pam Rogers, The Old Campbell Farm's owners, are lifetime residents of Franklin. In fact, Jim's family has been farming in the Iotla Valley since 1879.
Why the Owner Chose Franklin: The Old Campbell Farm actually is part of the Rogers' larger 350-acre working farm where they specialize in growing Angus cattle and timber. The meadow at the Old Campbell Farm produces hay each year for their cattle herd. But more importantly, restoring and preserving The Old Campbell Farm, a truly wonderful historical treasure, has been a privilege and a pleasure!
The Unique Benefits at this Farmhouse: Whether you stay for a weekend, a week, or a month, The Old Campbell Farm can be home base to explore everything from Dollywood in nearby Pigeon Forge, Tennessee to the Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina. Go hiking in the Smokies, bicycle riding on marked trails and paved routes, motorcycle riding on challenging mountain roads, and strolling along the country lane that leads to the Farm. After dinner (or supper, as we say in the mountains) sit on the screened porch or take a walk in the meadow to catch the last light of day and perhaps a glimpse of a doe and her fawn.