If you like being close to the action, this is as close as it gets! Just three blocks from town center, this comfy house is easily walkable to the art galleries, festival music venues, farmers market, restaurants, breweries, cinema and shopping. It's even a short hike to the world renowned Brevard Music Center (1 mile).
The fully renovated classic stone construction cottage features central heating and air conditioning, full, spacious kitchen, dining room, fully equipped laundry room, living room, covered front and back porches, and two private bedrooms. The master includes a queen bed and full en suite bathroom (shower/tub). The second bedroom is setup with a king bed, but if you like, we can separate that into twin beds (on request). Another full bath with claw foot tub is in the hallway.
The living room has a queen sofa bed with a memory foam mattress for another two people.
There are cable TVs in the living room and bedrooms and wifi is included.
There is plenty of off-street parking as guests can easily park and navigate 4 cars (more if you are good).
The back yard is the pits! Fire pit and horseshoe pit, that is. There's ample shade and sun behind the hedges and privacy fence.
This is a non-smoking and no-pet house. Smoking on the covered porches is just fine though!
As mentioned above, Brevard is literally at your doorstep! Music venues, restaurants, shopping, breweries, art galleries and festival events are just 2-3 blocks away. In fact, you can walk to a hike AND a concert: The trail head for Bracken Mountain Conservancy trail and the Brevard Music Center are just a mile away.
Just 20 minutes from Asheville Regional Airport, Brevard is nestled in the land of waterfalls, and indeed there are 250 waterfalls here to explore!
About 20 minutes from The Old Stone Cottage is the entrance to Dupont State Forest with its great hikes and mountain biking for all levels of difficulty and, of course, beautiful waterfalls.
The Cottage is just 10 minutes from the entrance to Pisgah National Forest with Looking Glass Falls and Sliding Rock and the entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway just beyond through the forest canopy.