Cutest little river house bungalow
We walked across the bridge and down the cute little cul de sac into an adorable screened porch. A croquet set greeted us at the front door, and the race was on for picking your color! The kids played right in the front yard right away. As I walked through the house I kept saying, this is so cute, this is so cute, this is so cute. It felt like a really cute little place, but it actually had quite a bit of sitting room in two different areas and places to go on the porch and outside. The owner is sweet and quick to help, answer questions, go out of her way to accommodate us when we were traveling and trying to fit the needs of different people and the timing of travels. It is the kind of place that makes you think about buying a place just like it, even though you know you could never replicate it. The name, the nest, was appropriate. also, we rented the big house and allowed the young adults to sleep there, and that was big fun for them. In our one week, we walked to town every day--for coffee, shopping, breakfasts. We got old time photos taken. Hiked chimney rock state park--when the elevator was broken. We also went to lake lure, paddleboardsd, rented pontoon boats, ziplined, rode horses, ate at la strada, went to town for dinner, played mini golf, and so much more!
Quaint Riverfront Refurnished/Renovated 1922 Bungalow