Distinctive Mid Century Asheville Homes, Featured Listing, Mid Century Home Renovation, mid-century modern homes for sale

Brick Ranch Transformed

My friend and colleague, Vanessa Byrd, is an experienced and very talented designer/renovator. She graduated from Appalachian State University with a degree in interior design and has lived in Asheville most of her life. She began renovating homes in 1997 and, in 2004, won the Griffin Award for Historic Preservation for a home in Asheville’s … Continue reading

Asheville Neighborhoods, Ranch Neighborhoods

Asheville Neighborhoods- Ballantree

Ballantree is an Asheville neighborhood to explore if you appreciate mid century modern homes. There are approximately 170 homes in Ballantree. Nicely situated on lots with established trees and a natural setting you will find a mix of one-level brick ranches, split-levels and contemporary homes. Located in south Asheville at the intersection of Sweeten Creek … Continue reading

Asheville Neighborhoods, Ranch Neighborhoods

Asheville Neighborhoods-Woodside Hills

Woodside Hills is a lovely, affordable neighborhood located just west of Asheville in Candler. This established, desirable community offers a traditional neighborhood feel, local conveniences and easy access to Asheville. Developed in the 1960’s and 70’s Woodside Hills features brick ranch homes, split-level homes and an atomic ranch or two sprinkled into the mix. Over … Continue reading

Ranch Neighborhoods

Asheville Neighborhoods-Oak Forest

Oak Forest is one of my favorite neighborhoods. It is a great possibility if you are in the market for a mid-century home. As a matter of fact you won’t find much of anything BUT mid-century, ranch style homes in Oak Forest. The first homes were constructed in the mid 1950’s and the development continued … Continue reading

mid-century modern homes for sale, Ranch Neighborhoods

Pick of the Week- Oak Forest

Oak Forest is one of my favorite neighborhoods. It is a great possibility if you are in the market for a mid-century home. As a matter of fact you won’t find much of anything BUT mid-century, ranch style homes in Oak Forest. The first homes were constructed in the mid 1950’s and the development continued … Continue reading