This super-cute 1920s Craftsman bungalow in East Asheville is available to trade for a place in NYC. The house is in a neighborhood with other bungalows from the same period, and it's quiet and homey while still having easy access to local attractions, including the Blue Ridge Parkway and Folk Art Center.The house is sunny and cozy, with both historic character and modern conveniences. There are 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with a twin. It has original wood floors, central heat and air, and is furnished with both new pieces and period antiques. The kitchen and bath have both been updated (the kitchen has stainless appliances). There is no TV or cable, but Wifi is available.There are 2 off-street parking spaces and washer/dryer are available for your use.There is normally a cat who lives here. She won't be present during your stay, but please be aware of this if you have allergies.I try to maintain a low footprint: I recycle and have a compost. My happiest guests have been like-minded folks. If you're used to five-star resorts, my house might not be your cup of tea. But if you like low-key comfort, appreciate well-made antiques even if they have a few scratches, and like picking blueberries and raspberries from the backyard, I suspect you'll be very happy here!The house is on a bus line and a short drive to downtown, the River Arts District, and other area attractions. The VA Hospital, a nice grocery store, Starbucks, post office, and some restaurants are within walking distance.
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