Featured Listing, Modern Properties for sale

Featured Listing: Modern Home in Kenilworth

Modern and efficient living in Kenilworth. This 1955 home was completely reconstructed in 2015. The pine floors and vaulted ceiling create a light and airy floorplan. Mountain views and only 1.5 miles to downtown Asheville. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1302 Square feet, .59 Acre lot   Please contact me for more information about this home … Continue reading

Mid Century Modern Asheville

What is Mid-Century Modern Architecture and can you find examples in Asheville?

According to Wikipedia: “Mid-Century Modern is an architectural, interior, product and graphic design that generally describes mid-20th century developments in modern design, architecture and urban development from roughly 1933 to 1965. The term, employed as a style descriptor as early as the mid-1950s, was reaffirmed in 1983 by Cara Greenberg in the title of her … Continue reading

Modern Properties for sale, Touring Modern & Mid Century Homes

Touring- Modern and Mid-Century in Asheville

A few days ago we toured several properties in West Asheville.  As you know, I do my best to stay current on all the modern and mid-century properties in the Asheville area. Hey, don’t feel sorry for me- it is my job and someone has to be on the lookout for those modern and mid-century gems … Continue reading

Asheville Neighborhoods, Modern Properties for sale, Ranch Neighborhoods

1955- A great year for building in Asheville

Yesterday I saw two homes in particular that give a good idea of the extremes in modern you can find just minutes from downtown Asheville. Both of these homes are similarly priced, about the same size and both were built in 1955, which I have noticed was a very good year for building in Asheville. … Continue reading

Asheville Neighborhoods, Ranch Neighborhoods

Love of the Ranch

I love the names -names with forest, hills or woods in them. Communities that were considered “the suburbs” and were all the rage when they were built between 1950 and 1970. Communities of mainly brick ranch homes with mature trees and a true neighborhood feel. Communities designed to establish roots, raise families and live “the … Continue reading