Offered at $1,399,000 - New Listing Price - Just Reduced
In addition to a recent price reduction, the seller is offering $35,000 allowance for upgrade of current kitchen. Seller will give buyer the credit at closing or w/confirmation of funds & loan closing. Seller will have changes made prior to closing, so all the buyer needs is to move in. Additionally, the Inn is sold as a "Turn Key” operation, however if buyer does not want/need furniture, seller will remove all furniture & give buyer a $25,000 credit.
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Applewood Manor Bed and Breakfast
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Applewood Manor – Asheville, NC
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The Applewood Manor Bed & Breakfast is one of the longest continuously operating Asheville bed & breakfast inns and the house has reached its centennial age in 2012.
Historic B&B located off Montford Street but close enough to be part of the advertised neighborhood. Charm, history and elegance wrapped up in 1.1 acres with five bedroom main house and additional carriage house featuring another guest room.
Gorgeous assortment of 21 planting plots and greenhouse provide for the ultimate horticulturalist!
Take advantage of this prime opportunity in hospitality in the heart of Asheville.
• 5 guest suites each with private baths in main house
• Carriage House on-site with additional guest room
• Run as a successful B&B
• Located in one of America’s best locations for tourism
GETTING TO KNOW…ASHEVILLE
All within a three-block area in downtown Asheville, North Carolina, locals and tourists alike can admire art deco architecture, catch an original play, dine al fresco, shop at independent boutiques, sip on a beer from our many microbreweries, choose from all kinds of cuisines, watch an artist at-work, play to the beat in a lively drum circle, browse some of the nation’s best independent book stores, and more.
On the outskirts of town, the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains and French Broad River offer an outdoor respite from the hustle and bustle of the city’s core.
There’s no end to outdoor adventure options in Asheville, with over 200 waterfalls and four navigable rivers, hiking trails for every skill level, and terrain for mountain bikes and road bikes. Add eight national and state parks within a short drive, and it’s no wonder Asheville is consistently rated a top U.S. adventure town.
Art is everywhere here. On the sides of buildings. On the street corners. On the undersides of bridges. In studios in the River Arts District, where more than 200 artists work in paint, pencil, pottery, metal, fiber, glass, wax, paper and other mediums in historical buildings along a one-mile stretch of the French Broad River. Want a little whimsy with your cultural pursuits? Only-in-Asheville museums spotlight pinball machines, aluminum Christmas trees and classic motorcycles.
Asheville’s got rhythm, a rhythm rooted in old-time mountain music while encompassing the full spectrum of contemporary sound. Buskers play on every corner, wielding instruments from spoons to saxophones to didgeridoos, and the city’s heartbeat is a Friday-night Drum Circle, where you can join in by drumming, dancing or just watching.
It’s easy to see why makers and doers, adventurers, creatives, families, professionals and people of all backgrounds choose a place like Asheville to visit or call home. After you explore our region first-hand, we guarantee you’ll have a hard time leaving.
10.9 Million = Visitors to the Asheville Area 2016
1 in 7 Jobs Supported by Visitors in 2016
There’s a reason that Asheville is consistently ranked among the top places to visit in the U.S. and even the world, by prestigious travel sites like US News & World Report, Today, Lonely Planet, USA Today and Frommer’s. Southern Living and Travel+ Leisure.