Waynesville House Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 4
Judge Frank's Coach House, part of the National-Register-listed and local landmark Judge Frank Smathers House, is in downtown Waynesville, walking distance from historic districts Main Street and Frog Level.
While this two-bedroom, with one queen bed and one double bed, two full bath dwelling is conveniently located in town it is nestled on five acres, bordered by pasture and Richland Creek for your own private oasis.
Visitors will enjoy spacious, second-story living with an outdoor dining area and shaded seating to take in the mountain views. Below the balcony porch, guests can relax on the shaded bench swing and adirondack chairs or hangout in the yard on additional outdoor furniture.
This property could be enjoyed during the majority of the year. Travelers that have stayed at Judge Frank's Coach House have taken advantage of the outdoor grilling (propane) and made the most of al fresco dining from different outdoor sitting areas. Catch the games on two TVs; an 18' flat screen in the master bed and 33' flat screen in the living room, just off the kitchen. This open floor plan is wonderful for guests to gather and hangout before or after exploring the area.
Amenities include : WiFi, AT&T U-verse, washer and dryer, heat/AC, and private one car garage, propane grill, minutes from fishing and floating the Tuckaseegee River or French Broad River.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
About Ginny Boyer
Meet the proprietor:
Ginny Boyer was born among North Carolina gentility and Connecticut rascals so so she gets along with just about everyone which helps in her employment as Administrative Assistant for the Town of Waynesville serving as Secretary for both the Historic Preservation Commission and the Public Arts Commission.
Ginny Boyer purchased this house in 1998
Why Ginny Boyer chose Waynesville
The property's main house built in 1926 is on the National Register and is a local landmark with a wonderful history of owners.
Why this property? Climbing trees! That’s what necessitated a move from Asheville to Waynesville in 1998. While the Boyers loved all of Asheville’s in-city conveniences, lots in Asheville with roam-about lawns and trees for the Boyer kids were hard to come by. Daydreaming is a lofty endeavor and how can one daydream without expansive lawns and climbing trees?
One look at Waynesville’s Judge Frank Smather’s House and the Boyers were smitten. The meandering lawn and pasture, complete with mature trees and rushing Richland Creek was more than they’d hoped for.
This many years later, the kids’ attention has shifted from climbing, but the stately evergreens remain a site to behold. Come enjoy the beautiful grounds of Judge Frank’s Coach House and play all you want, get the all-important daydreaming in, and then venture out if you have a mind to . . . coffee shops, pubs, a bakery, antiques, restaurants and shopping are a few minutes’ walk away.
What makes this house unique
Whether its for a wedding, family gathering or just another get-away weekend come and enjoy Judge Frank's Coach house.