Black Mountain Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Come stay in A Cheshire Cabin, Treehouse, Arts & Crafts Family Home in Asheville
Cheshire is a vibrant, classically-inspired and health-oriented mountain community integrating homes and vacation cabins within walking distance of a traditional Town Center. Seven vacation cabins and tree houses were nestled into the natural landscape of this traditional walking village. Cheshire's unique design fosters a quality of life for our neighbors and guests with everything is walking distance; your local cafe, walking trails, community garden, resort, and a tennis and fitness clubs. Come experience The Village of Cheshire in Black Mountain, North Carolina. See all of the properties at www.villageofcheshire.com/rentals.html and www.vrbo.com/255112 & www.vrbo.com/308737. Additional photos by a different professional architectural photographer are viewable on our Airbnb ads. Please search the airbnb site for properties by the following names to see their great photographs of all angles of these special abodes: The Appalachian, The Blue Jay's Perch, The Wren's Den, The Wild Turkey's Roost, The Cardinal's Cove, The Chickadee's Hatch, The Carriage Suite, The Woodpecker's Hollow, or The Owl's Nest.
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- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
Sikes (property owner) had the land where our cabins were built in 2008, just as our first daughter arrived, Caleigh. We knew that we wanted the cabins to reflect the vernacular of the original cabin that stood on this property until it burnt down in the 1990's. In 1998, Sikes began to plan The Village of Cheshire. His vision of a new urbanist neighborhood was inspired by architectural studies in Oxford, England and a Miami-based firm DPZ's new-urbanist projects all over the world. The idea of residents and guests being able to enjoy a walkable neighborhood where uniquely built Arts & Crafts homes, free spaces, and natural architectural elements of stone, rod iron and real wood accents was appealing to him. Please come stay on private trail where you can hear Camp Branch Creek running and see mountain views of the Seven Sisters Range!