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

Asheville Neighborhoods – Malvern Hills

One of my favorite neighborhoods in West Asheville is Malvern Hills. Winding streets, sidewalks and greenery give it a suburban feel. It's a neighborhood where kids still trick-or treat and holiday lights are still hung. The architectural styles of the homes are diverse and the lawns are generous and well cared for. There are stately … Continue reading

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

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