Enjoy a woodsy environment, your own star observation deck, cook in or eat out, sleep blissfully in Town & Country Parisian Walk-Up. 625 sq. ft. private suite in quiet Black Mountain neighborhood 1 mile from town center. AVL 15 min. away. Luxury Queen Serta BeautyRest bed, kitchenette, mountain views, high-quality linens, towels, full bath, coffee. 40" SmartTV. A safe haven. My world-travelling aunt calls it "just like a Parisian apartment." The apartment is complete unto itself with all amenities.
You are renting a cozy penthouse with forested views from every window and your own private entrance and deck. Peaceful, mountain presence, 2 miles from Black Mountain town center and 12 mi. from Asheville. New Whirlpool /washer/dryer, small kitchen with four-burner electric stove, small sink, small fridge, 40" Samsung smart TV with Netflix and Amazon Prime. New Beautyrest Sleep Perfection Queen mattress and box springs, high-quality linens. Also a writing desk under a window. Perfect for inspiration and reflection, restoring the spirit.
SECURE: Our quiet street is a short neighborhood road with few houses on it, and extremely safe ( Black Mountain is one of the safest towns in NC, per a recent study.)
NATURE: Walk down your private entrance to the moss-filled, brick-lined meditation path in front, or sit by the babbling fishpond.
EXERCISE: Use our bicycles to cycle 3 blocks to the local Community Garden which connects to the Black Mountain Greenway which leads into the town center of Black Mountain, about a 12-minute bicycle ride.
We send orientation info in advance, do our best to greet you when you arrive, orient you, and then leave you to the wonderful Blue Ridge Mountains. I respect that most folks want their own private time but if you want to ask me anything in person just let me know and I'll do my best!
Quiet, hidden neighborhood that's a 10-min drive to trails on Blue Ridge Parkway, Ridgecrest, Catawba Falls, also near the Veteran's Affairs Hospital. When you book, I email you a list of my favorite local places to hike, visit and eat, both here in Black Mountain and in Asheville. (I'm an NC native.)
This wonderful house was built by an Episcopal Bishop and sold to an Episcopal priest who came fresh from an English monastery, and has had more than four decades of prayer and quietude in and around it.+ More