Saluda House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 11-13)
Heart of Downtown Saluda - Year-Round Vacation Home
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**Close to Asheville & all of the local Western NC Festivals**
Large family room - 2 large bedrooms down - 2 large bedrooms up. Lounge on the Pawleys Island hammock or warm yourself on the deck with the chiminia overlooking a decorative fish pond and manicured grounds.
Come watch the Spring Flowers bloom! Walk down the hill and play tennis or grab fresh muffins/bread at the Wildflower Bakery.
It's only a block to the Purple Onion and Saluda Grade restaurants and shopping.
Easily accessed from North Carolina's Interstate I-26 (Exit 59) or from historic US Highway 176.
**ONLY 10 mins from Tryon-Equestrian Facility**
Call Teri for more information!
Keywords: House, Mountains, Walk to Town
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- children welcome
My husband Nick and I love our home in the mountains. It's a great house for entertaining family and friends and so close to Asheville, Hendersonville and Tryon and all of their great festivals!
Teri purchased this house in 2006
Why Teri chose Saluda
Saluda is a fantastic town. You can walk around and shop, eat, listen to music, play at the playground - you can even fly fish or go to several waterfalls close by...there's no end to the activities.
Saluda is only minutes from the Tryon Equestrian Facilities, Hendersonville Apple Festival or the Belle Chere Festival or Grove Park Inn in Asheville.
What makes this house unique
Best of all, I bought this house from the former Mayor and it is in the heart of downtown. You can enjoy all of the activities by walking out your front door.
I love to fly fish and the fishing is just minutes away and is really great!
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had such a lovely time in your mountain house. Great loction, minutes from downtown. We enjoyed our evening walks through the town, dessert at The Cafe and shopping on Main street. Off the beaten path is the Triple Falls in Dupont State Park, which was just beautiful and cool, refreshing water for the heat of the day. Thanks again. We'll see you next time!