Asheville Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Rustic yet modern cabin, surrounded by a bamboo forest and Blue Ridge Mountains.
Charming and secluded wooded cottage getaway. Surrounded by 130 acres of forest adjoining The Blue Ridge Parkway. Cottage includes complete cozy kitchen and dining area with gas grill outside. Patio table and chairs just a step away from a trickling mountain stream and bamboo forest. Firepit with seating. Walk a few steps to a large, natural pond with dock. Watch wild turkeys and mallard ducks in their natural habitat. This delightful cottage consists of a queen size bed, flat screen cable TV, wireless internet, hardwood flooring, vaulted ceiling with sky light and ceiling fan.
Parking for boat or camper.
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Patty Squires
Owner lives in detached house on premises, is pet friendly with a small dog and two cats.
A pet deposit is required and there is a limit of 40 lbs.
This is such a beautiful area where my children and I did a lot of camping when they were small. One of my sons settled here after going to UNCA where he met his wife.
He found this property for me, and I bought it just from seeing the photos. There was a small house and two out buildings that he completely rebuilt, and since I love making a warm and welcoming home I decided to rent the 2 out buildings for weekend vacationers.
Patty Squires purchased this cottage in 2005
Why Patty Squires chose Asheville
Property is in a very unique area with a mountain stream, natural pond nestled in a secluded forest, yet minutes away from thriving downtown Asheville and Biltmore Estate.
A dock over the pond, deck surrounding the cabin, and fireside seats and benches provide quaint comfort to enjoy the views and bask in the beauty of the inspiring Blue Ridge Mountains. There is so much tranquility here and yet you are only minutes from downtown Asheville.
What makes this cottage unique
I knew I had made the right decision to retire here from the first time I stepped onto the property. It just felt like the home I had always dreamed of.