Asheville House Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 half bathroom, sleeps 6-8
Escape to our mountain retreat minutes from vibrant downtown Asheville, Grove Park Inn, Biltmore Estate & the Blue Ridge Parkway. Enjoy stunning mountain views from every room or as you sit in the rocking chairs on the double covered porches. The house has everything you need for a fun family vacation or reunion, a romantic getaway or a girlfriend retreat. With 4 bedrooms on two levels, two living rooms, a well-stocked kitchen, wifi, and lovely linens provided, we've tried to create a comfortable space you can call home. Sip your morning coffee on your private balcony while the kids explore the mountainside backyard. Curl up by the fire & enjoy the views while your family watches the game on the 50' plasma TV in the next room. Soak in the hot tub & be captivated as the sunset fades & city lights & stars take over. Everything is ready for your arrival and it’s our hope that you can relax, rejuvenate and enjoy the mountain getaway you deserve.
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets considered
We are Teesha & Sean Johnson & we own this wonderful mountain home. We've both lived in Asheville most of our lives & love it dearly. Sean is an attorney & Teesha manages properties. We're both the happy parents of the four little girls you see in our profile pic. They certainly keep us busy! We've enjoyed the house during its renovation & decided to share it with others. We live just down the mountain & plan to retire to this house when the girls are older. For now, it's our relaxing weekend getaway that we hope will bring you the same relaxation it does us --- it's amazing to come to a house ten minutes from your own & feel like you're in a different world! We spend our time here on walks & runs, playing in the yard & just having non-stressed, non-busy family time.
The house is called 'The Vicarage'. It was given this name by Sean's wonderful father, Charles Johnson. Papa Charley retired to the home after his career as a Presbyterian minister, Chaplain, professor, and author. He and his wife Jean spent over thirty years loving the house. Over those years it hosted more parties and happy celebrations than one could count. It feels like a continuation of this love to host all of our wonderful guests in this beloved mountain house. It's a place that is meant to be shared & loved by many!