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A 660 Sqft Peaceful Log Cabin with Amazing Interior, Price Inside!

    If you have ever wanted to live in a log home, this Asheville North Carolina 1 bedroom, 1.03 acres, 660 sq. ft., cabin might be the perfect opportunity for you. This perfect getaway is nestled in the trees but is only minutes away from the Blue Ridge Parkway. This log home property can be used for short-term rentals to generate income. This is a wooded, private lot of 1.03 acres. In just five minutes, you can reach the Asheville Mall. In 10 minutes, you can get to downtown Asheville. The hospital is six miles away. Built in 2017, the property has a bedroom, a bathroom, and a Murphy bed, which was built by the seller from beautiful wormy chesnut. This allows for 4 people to sleep comfortably. The California king bed has a bookcase headboard, chest of drawers and wormy chestnut. You only need to bring your clothes into your new turn-key home. The log cabin is a 2017 construction. The cabin is equipped with a single bedroom, a bathroom, and a laundry room on the main floor. The great-room has a propane fire place.

    The log house is located in Asheville North Carolina, a place full of natural wonders and architectural gems. There are many things to see and do. This mountain retreat is a paradise for outdoor adventure lovers, from iconic landmarks to local favorites. The area has millions of acres of forest, 40 mountain peaks over 6,000 feet and the third oldest river in the world. This area is home to many outdoor activities like hiking, biking, rafting, and more.

    The North Carolina section is home to the Appalachian Trail which reaches spectacular summits, including the 6,643 feet Clingmans Dome (the highest mountain on the Appalachian Trail), and plunges into the dark, steep walls of the Nantahala river Gorge. The Appalachian Trail runs 95.7 miles through North Carolina. It also runs 224.7 miles along Tennessee/North Carolina’s border. As the Appalachian Trail ascends into the High Country along the state line, hikers traverse some of the highest mountains on the trail. You will need a permit for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and, depending on how long your hike is, you may also need to make reservations for shelters. All backpackers on the trail must stay at designated sites.

    Fines Creek Farm, a rustic, elegant post and beam building that was built originally for the family-run Antique Shop of the owner, offers over 5,000 sq. ft. of indoor space spread across two floors. The layouts are flexible and the floor plan is open. The barn has a lot of outdoor space underneath the attached covered overhang. The barn is surrounded with towering white pines, mountain views and the side doors open to a charming courtyard garden of boxwoods, flowering trees and perennials.

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