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This gorgeous log home

conveniently located in Waynesville’s Campbell Mountain Estates is at a lower elevation for year-round access and offers mountain and valley views. It boasts two massive stone fireplaces, open floor plan with impressive great room, large loft living area, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and gleaming hardwood floors. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and slate tile finishes. The newer roof, garage workshop, plentiful parking and negotiable furnishings, make this home a real contender! MLS:3198047


For something completely different, you can tour the Queen Anne-influenced boyhood home of the novelist Thomas Wolfe at 52 North Market Street. The 29-room, Queen Anne-influenced house has been preserved with original furnishings, in much the same way as it was when the writer of Look Homeward, Angel and You Can’t Go Home Again lived there. After you’ve spent a day in the great outdoors, warm up with a cup of hot cocoa at the French Broad Chocolate Lounge. The kids can choose a variety of drinks or desserts, but if you really love chocolate don’t miss their signature Liquid Truffles. Whether you’re a local, a tourist or new to the area, Western North Carolina has it all. The unique culture and diversity of Asheville draws you in and the vibrant energy of this area keeps you here. So get out this winter and enjoy what this area offers. Meet the chill head-on and have a great season!

Ellen Sither

Residential Broker Associate


46 Fine Homes & Design | Winter 2017

The USDA Forest Service website posts up-to-date information on trail closings in the National Forests in NC: Asheville Restaurant Week: Images on the first and last pages of this article are by local Asheville biologist and photographer, Michael Torres, PhD:

Fine Homes & Design Winter 2017  
Fine Homes & Design Winter 2017