|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
You'll want for nothing in this comfortable luxury condominium, located in one of Asheville's finest historic buildings, the S&W. Exposed brick and structural components add to the urban feel, and is a fun contrast to the ultra warm and cozy furnishings.
The bedroom features a king bed, large closet with organizers, a sitting area and a flat screen TV - wall mounted for those slow, easy, 'coffee in bed' mornings.
The bathroom, adjacent to the master suite, has a double sink with granite counter and a roomy double head walk-in shower.
The kitchen has modern stainless steel appliances, including double-door fridge, oven, double sink and dishwasher. It is fully equipped with pots, pans, utensils, and table ware, along with unique extras that will make your stay special - handmade stoneware and glasses, and pieces from local galleries.
The kitchen opens to the main living area. Enjoy your meals at the kitchen bar or at the dining table that seats six.
The main living area/dining area has large windows, allowing for excellent natural light. Special touches include heirloom furniture, original art and accents from around the world.
With its blend of the eclectic, the historic and the 'one of a kind', this get-away condo truly represents what Asheville has to offer to the vacationer.
Welcome to Asheville! That's your hostess in the purple wig. I moved to the western North Carolina mountains over thirty years ago, and plan on always having a place to hang my hat (or wig) in this incredible city. The reason for the move way back when, were the endless outdoor adventures. There is hiking, whitewater, rock climbing, and the biking, for skinny or fat tires, is excellent. At this point, living and working in Asheville, I love the downtown area for its food, brews, and art, both visual and performance. When you come, give yourself extra time.
Margaret Toms purchased this condo in 2012
See the above and you will understand why I have a condo here. I chose the S&W building because it is one of the most beautiful and celebrated art deco buildings in the country.
Within walking distance of the S&W Building there are too many fabulous restaurants to list. A great reference online would be the Asheville Independent Restaurant Association. And there are our brew pubs; at least a half a dozen are within a short walk, some of which have great food in addition to the beer. Another reliable treat is Asheville's Fine Arts Theater. Something great is always showing. If you enjoy art, consider a visit to Blue Spiral or the Haen Gallery, both a short walk. Understand that when you walk in downtown Asheville, you will be entertained continuously.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes||Holidays and events, such as Belle Chere, Moog Fest, and Leaf require a three-night minimum stay. Bookings of four days or more will receive a 10% discount on the lodging portion of your stay.|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.