This one bedroom, one bath studio is located in the back of my beautifully restored 1920s bungalow in downtown Asheville.
The studio apartment, located in the back part of my house, is decorated with a mix of modern and vintage furniture. Some have been in my life for a long time, some brand new to the space, and art made by me hangs on the walls. There's a small kitchenette with table and chairs, a bedroom with exposed brick from an old cooks stove and a living area with a very cozy pullout couch. The full bath has a claw foot tub/shower that has a custom copper curtain rod and antique heirloom vanity. This is a perfect retreat for two people, but can accommodate four if necessary.
The private entrance is in the back of the house, with a cozy porch all to yourself. There is plenty of parking on the street. I will provide you with a parking pass to hang on your rearview mirror. To enter the apartment, simply walk along the driveway to the right of the house and the door is in the back on the left.
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It's just me and my sweet animal family (2 dogs and a cat) in the front part of the house. The studio is completely private in the back. There is a high-quality soundproof door between us. Keep in mind, however, this is a 100 year-old house and the walls are not soundproof. I work part-time at a restaurant and keep later hours sometimes than the average person. I cannot promise that you won't hear voices or doggy parks, through the walls, from time to time, but I promise I do my very best to be as mindful as possible of noise. There is also a sound machine in the bedroom to help with sleep! I'm a very hands-off host, but I want your stay to be most comfortable. I am readily available to answer any of your questions and am happy to give you suggestions on things to do.
Linens and towels will be provided. And there will also be tea and coffee :)
1. Parking is on the street. Do not use the driveway. It is shared between my neighbor and I. Be considerate and mindful when parking and do not park in front of people's driveways. Try to maximize space so other cars can fit around you. Overflow parking is on Marcellus Street. Remember to hang the parking pass that is provided in your rearview mirror.
2. Upon departure, please clean and put away your dishes. It would be a great help if you could pile the used linens so they can easily be washed. And put the house key and parking pass back where you found them.
3. Please respect my home as if it were your own. Do not go into the main house, or basement, as these are private areas.
5. No smoking indoors.
6. Have fun, relax, take your shoes off, and enjoy your stay. :)
I grew up on the southern outer banks of North Carolina, and I've lived in Asheville for over six years now. I've fallen deeply in love with this eccentric vibrant city and have slowly begun to spread my roots here over the years. Like most Ashevillians, I love the crisp mountain air, the enchanting scenery, the music, the people, and the art. Home is very important to me, as it's my sanctuary where I can retreat to refuel and ground myself. I take very good care of my space and with that have a great respect for other people's space as well.