565 sq ft, one bedroom with a king bed, one private full bathroom
king bed with smart tv and full cable channels plus streaming apps
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed - The building is multi-tenanted & in downtownThe building is multi-tenanted & in downtown
Max guests: 2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 23
- guests booking this listing agree to: ~communicate with immediacy by contacting the host via telephone in the event of any concern
- ~$100 fee shall be charged if guests leaves premises later than 11:00am without communicating need for late check out
- ~if emergency or law enforcement is called upon, due to incidents caused by the guests or guests of the guests, everyone may be evicted without refund
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Cleaned with disinfectant
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Follows industry health association: SafeHome (VRMA & VRHP)
About Reservationist, Sarah
Growing up Santa Fe, NM I saw a unique blend of artistic community, endless outdoor opportunities, interesting history, beautiful landscapes, and a diverse mix of cultures. Though far from Santa Fe and a different climate, I arrived in Asheville in the early 90’s to practice Chinese Medicine and felt some of the same elements at play. Asheville was not well known, but you could feel the energy building and the mixture of art, landscape, environment, history and community all coming together. It reminded me of my ‘early days’ in Santa Fe. One of my closest friends was Andy Brokmeyer, who I told for several years that he needed to come to Asheville, as it was a dynamic and exciting place. We were also avid kayakers, and Asheville has been a Mecca for kayaking since the early days of the sport so I knew I could lure him out with the promise of all the great rivers in the area. He came out ‘for a visit’ and hasn’t left. That was 16 years ago. Asheville has grown into the most happening place in the region, far beyond my expectations, and has sustained an authentic, community oriented and dynamic quality. Like my dad used to say about few places, it has ‘cultural energy’.
Reservationist, Sarah purchased this Apartment in 2009
Why Reservationist, Sarah chose Downtown Asheville
Though both Andy and I had done some residential real estate investment and development, 80 N Lexington was our first move into the commercial side. It was an old building, greatly in need of repair, and was a bit removed from the core downtown commercial traffic. We scraped together what we could and fixed it up, with an eye towards something special in the future. Now, many years later, North Lexington Ave is hopping, with restaurants, breweries, bars, tea houses, coffee shops, galleries and wonderful, diverse retail shops right out the door. And 80 N Lexington has been transformed into a blend of funky, hip, and industrial intertwined with lush, upscale design. A mix of style and comfort that is unique and authentically Asheville.
What makes this Apartment unique
Just like Asheville, there’s nothing quite like it.