Asheville Neighborhoods, Mid Century Modern Asheville

Asheville Neighborhoods- Beverly Hills

When I think of classic Asheville neighborhoods, Beverly Hills is certainly one that comes to mind. Nestled around the Municipal Golf Course in east Asheville, the winding roads and beautiful greenery of this community give it a special character, as do the many architecturally diverse homes built from the 1920’s to the present. The majority … Continue reading

Asheville Neighborhoods, Mid Century Modern Asheville

Mid Century Modern Fall in Asheville

One of the attractions of living in a mid century house is the surroundings. Mature trees and landscaping are always a wonderful feature and are never so fully appreciated as in the fall season. This October has been especially impressive as our mountains and community landscapes have adorned themselves with bright red, burnished orange and … Continue reading

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Pick of the Week – 61 Orchard Ridge

Built in 1968. 61 Orchard Ridge is a unique, one of a kind midcentury estate with pool, tennis court, water fall and a year round mountain view. Very private north Asheville location on 12+ acres. Close to town, yet feels worlds away. With some updating this home could be truly stunning. Large slate entrance, impressive … Continue reading

Mid Century Furniture, Mid Century Modern Asheville

Atomic Furnishings and Design

I went by Atomic Furnishings and Design in Woodfin last Saturday to check out their offerings and was not disappointed. Owners, Megan and Todd have been very busy gathering and preparing an interesting assortment of midcentury furniture. I found a nice selection of couches, chairs, credenzas and bedroom furniture along with a cool assortment of … Continue reading

Bert King, Distinctive Mid Century Asheville Homes, Mid Century Modern Asheville

Bert King, Asheville’s Mid Century Architect

“It was a wonderful experience” stated Bert King in his 2011 interview with Kate Walker. He was describing a 40+ year career as an architect. Bert King is certainly Asheville’s most acclaimed and prolific architect of midcentury homes as well as many outstanding commercial buildings. James Bertram King was born in Greenville, South Carolina but … Continue reading