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If history repeats itself, then may it always be a replay of Asheville’s Gilded Age. If walls could talk, then a centenarian newsroom would have some spectacular stories to tell. And if location is everything, then The Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street is the epicenter of all things Asheville. Welcome to the intersection of past & present, to stories of the Gilded Age, and to the ideal home base for Asheville vacations. Welcome to The Daily Condo 201 @ the Asheville Times Building.
Historic Building, Iconic Views! Heart of Downtown w/ Private Outdoor Space Once home to the Asheville Times, the local afternoon newspaper and now the city’s most antique-chic address, this is IT: a 1-bedroom, 1-bath, 500 square-foot condo that breathes Asheville history, embodies the Gilded Age spirit, and incorporates all the modern amenities of the 21st century. HIGHLIGHTS (many more details, below) ------------------ •• Stay in the Shadow of the Gilded Age •• → Asheville, built post-Industrial boom and riding so high it was almost Depression-proof, is unique among Southern cities. So, why would you stay anywhere but in the historic center? Located in the Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street, The Daily Condo 201 represents the heart of iconic Asheville: in the shadow the Jackson Building (check out that view!), at the start of the Urban Trail arts & history tour, and with easy access to the city’s exceptional dining, nightlife, and culture. Walk Score: 86 – “Very Walkable”! •• Historic yet Contemporary Design•• → From soaring ceilings to original hardwoods, from antique doorknobs to one-of-a-kind artwork, from leather seating to century-old balustrades, the Asheville Times Building preserves the old while incorporating all the must-have new. •• Private Outdoor space •• → Outdoor space may be hard to come by in downtown, but not at The Daily @ 120 College Street! Step out onto your own 160 square-foot, private brick-walled terrace: enjoy a meal (or just a drink) at the bistro table (seats 2), check out the western views over N. Market, and drink in that sunset. •• Walk in the Footsteps of ASHEVILLE’S EARLIEST NEWS REPORTERS •• → There’s nothing more Asheville than living, breathing history. The paper – which changed ownership and names from The Asheville Daily Gazette, to The Gazette-News, to The Times, to The Asheville Times – witnessed the Golden Age of William Sydney Porter (pen name: O. Henry), Thomas Wolfe, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, among other Asheville art royalty. Indeed, 120 College Street is THE creatively prestigious address in Asheville. •• Modern Amenities •• → From a 43” Smart TV’s wall-mounted in both the living room and BR, to streaming entertainment, dimmer lights to a street intercom system, blackout shades to keyless entry, portable speaker, and stainless steel appliances, The Daily Condo 201 in the Asheville Times Building at 120 College Street has all the modern comforts you crave. •• Fast WiFi •• → Go on, upload that Asheville selfie! With fast WiFi, you’re as connected as you want to be. •• Easy Parking •• → You don’t need a car at 120 College Street but if you bring one, you’ll be happy to know that parking is easy to find, in lots, parking decks, and on street. •• Locally Managed •• → Don’t underestimate the value of having an Asheville local in your back pocket! From filling you in on secret, no-signage bars, to being on-call 24/7 to help in a late-night emergency, to remote-rebooting the WiFi at a moment’s notice, our 100% local service delivers both a great experience and peace of mind. •• Perfect for Groups •• → Traveling with other families or as a group? Good news! We manage three one- and two-bedroom properties at 120 College Street, to accommodate a total of 8 guests. ☀☀☀ Antique-Chic DESIGN ☀☀☀ The Daily Condo 201 at 120 College Street is a special place. It’s probably not like anything you have at home, but it is exactly the historic-yet-contemporary feel you seek in Asheville. It is historic. It is completely renovated. It is period-perfect. It is home. Or, a home-away-from-home, at least. Each of the three properties, The Gazette Condo 200, The Daily Condo 201 and The News Condo 202 the Asheville Times Building at 120 College Street rises to 10-foot ceilings and blends select antiques with new pieces, modern furnishings with neutral tones, sleek lines with strategic pops of ebullient color. Architectural walls dull sound, the kitchen is fully stocked, the closets are custom, and the bathrooms are completely renovated. You’ll sleep like a baby, thanks to custom drapes and blackout shades. This is where modern meets old world, and it couldn’t be any more Asheville. It’s the perfect complement to your historic downtown experience, complete with a 160 square-foot outdoor terrace and bistro table seating for two. ---------------------------------- ☀☀☀ A Piece of History ☀☀☀ There’s nothing quite so Ashville as staying in a living piece of history. Specifically, a living piece of history where local news writers and makers once plied their craft! We’ll tell you a little story. The 1880-1930 era was a pivotal time in Asheville’s history: This was the Gilded Age, a post-industrial and pre-Depression age that welcomed the railroad, grandiose living, urban development, and the creative minds of O. Henry, Thomas Wolfe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and others. Asheville rode so high it almost side-stepped the Great Depression. The Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street was originally built in 1914 for the Asheville Gazette-News; (later, the Asheville Times), occupied 120 College Street until the 1930’s. Fun fact: In 1929, Thomas Wolfe would forever immortalize this time in his highly autobiographical first novel “Look Homeward, Angel,” a coming-of-age story that mirrored his life in Asheville and experiences at his mother’s famous boardinghouse, Dixieland, "the most famous boardinghouse in American fiction.” Just two blocks north on Market Street is the restored Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site and welcomes visitors Tuesday-Saturday. ----------------------------------
☀☀☀ Welcome ☀☀☀ Welcome to the Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street, the historic and cultural center of downtown Asheville and former home to The Asheville Times. Welcome to a historic building that still unfolds over original hardwood floors, five-panel doors, antique doorknobs, banisters, and railings. Welcome to a home-away-from home located above the Black Mountain College Museum and Art Center and with its own private terrace. A downtown condo, just footsteps to fine restaurants and trendy nightlife, art galleries and antique shops. Yes, it’s safe to say – this is it. You’ve found it. Over 500 square-feet of historic space, The Daily Condo 201 offers a blend of antique and contemporary furnishings, neutral tones and bright pops of green and yellow, solid woods and airy windows, architectural touches and high design. This is everything you never knew you needed in your downtown Asheville experience. And indeed, downtown Asheville is here, RIGHT here. Walk out your door and you’re on College Street, the historic center of Asheville and jumping-off point for art walks and ghost tours, microbrew flights and year-round festivals, fine dining and museum-hopping. You’re in the middle of it all and exactly where you want to be. ☀☀☀ LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! ☀☀☀ Walk into the shadow of history (and of the iconic Jackson Building), and you immediately feel the pull: 120 College Street is a place where old meets new, where history blends seamlessly with today – where a contemporary patina adds depth to the monuments, parks, and stories that have resided here for more than a century. Indeed, this is a kind of wanderlust (and wonder-lust) completely and uniquely ours. Welcome to Asheville! Here, in remarkable downtown, College Street is one of the most historic-yet-hip addresses in the city – a promenade that straddles the ephemeral boundaries between old-world charm and modern style. And 120 College Street is at the center of it all: above the Black Mountain College Museum and overlooking the Jackson Building, across from Roger McGuire Green in front of City Hall and the County Building, and Pack Square Park with a large open green space on a slope leading to the main stage, three water features including a splash fountain and original art by regional artists. There are many seating areas surrounded by native trees and shrubs. This beautiful 6.5-acre public space is an extra amenity for visitors to relax and linger. This is Asheville history, respectfully updated for the 21st century. So, while Real Life may be about compromise – sacrifice This to get That – we believe that vacation should be a special time. This is when you get both This and That, no compromise required. The Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street is your no-compromise-required destination: at the intersection of past and present, in the shadow of the Jackson Building and overlooking Pack Square Park, and enveloped by the energy and charm of downtown life. The Daily Condo 201 embodies and embraces the Asheville scene – a scene that draws designers and artists, creatives and music lovers, foodies and artisanal beverage aficionados alike. Here’s what awaits: Dining: Asheville is a food-and-drink dream – there’s a reason Livability.com named us a Top 10 Foodie City! – and from 120 College Street, you’re just minutes to much of your must-eat list, including French Broad Chocolate Lounge, Curate, Sovereign Remedies, Twisted Laurel, Over Easy Cafe, City Bakery, Bouchon, Mela, and Rhubarb. Culture: There’s nothing quite like Asheville culture to put some pep in your step and some erudition in your life. Be sure to schedule stops at the Black Mountain College Museum (your downstairs neighbor!) and the Asheville Art Museum. Finally, don’t forget to checkout a show at The Orange Peel or The Grey Eagle! History: From the 120 College Street, you’re just minutes to many of Asheville’s historic landmarks, including the Vance Memorial, Monument Corner, the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, and Asheville’s historic Flatiron Building, not to mention numerous statues, plaques, and monuments that commemorate the city’s past. Urban Trail Art & History Tour: Art and history lovers, walk into history on Asheville’s Urban Trail, a 1.7-mile walking tour home to 30+ stops at creative landmarks, public sculptures, dioramas, and more. It begins at Pack Place, almost at your front door! The renowned Blue Spiral 1 Gallery and Momentum Gallery are a couple of blocks away and the Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center is right downstairs. Festivals: From Downtown After Five (once a month, in summer) and the Lexington Avenue Arts Fest, to Drum Circle and Art in the Park, downtown Asheville and the River Arts District are ripe with arts, culture, and creative pursuits. ----------------------------------
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Asheville, NC, United States

Stunning bohemian chic lair in the heart of the city. Whether you're relaxing on the linen sofa under the silken wool throw whilst watching a movie, or people watching out your window, this is a spectacular place to rejuvenate for all of the explorations awaiting. Make the most of a fully equipped kitchen with gourmet condiments, award-winning coffee and specialty tea. Have a nice hot bath, or rest in the organic cotton bed under Belgian flax linen. Free access to AshevilleYMCA ~Legal Listing~
Located on the top floor, just above one of the most popular nightlife spots in the heart of downtown, yet a world away from it all. Enjoy: organic cotton locally made mattress 100% cotton and Belgian Flax luxurious linens many guests ask what laundry soap we use because it smells so good, and it’s also non-toxic/natural linen sofa high-end gourmet condiments award-winning 1000 Faces coffee beans, grinder, pour over Caboo bamboo toilet paper Aveda shampoo, conditioner and body wash German-made Rowenta iron Apple TV white noise machine ceramic hair dryer clothes steamer cleaned with eco-products *** The parking garage I recommend is only a very small half block away, 2-minute walk from your door, and has 24-hr security.
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


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2


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

For budget travelers who want to be downtown! Convenient location. No frills and not a fancy B&B. A place with history, character and real people. Clean and comfortable historic 100+year-old rooming house with a front porch, balcony and shared bathrooms. One of several short term rental rooms, this single, second floor room has an air conditioner in the window in summer, includes a mini refrigerator, sink, table and chair. High ceiling and wifi. Bathrooms are shared with other guests.
This small room is perfect for the solo traveler, with a twin bed, table and chair, refrigerator and sink. A large window lets in natural light with an excellent morning sunrise. At the Gray Rock Inn, downtown Asheville is right outside your door, and our reasonable rates mean your money can be spent on enjoying the city. Conveniently located on Biltmore Ave. and an easy walk to breweries, music venues, art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. The Gray Rock Inn is a great value, a "no frills" but clean and comfy place to explore the city from. Stay downtown for less - walk the city's streets and enjoy! Asheville is right outside at this historic inn where people of all walks of life feel at home. A place with charm, character and friendly residents and guests alike. Not a fancy B&B or chain hotel. Perfect for those who want to spend their time exploring downtown Asheville and not driving. Walk around downtown and enjoy its bustling and vibrant scene. Or, you can just sit on our front porch or balcony and relax. After taking it all in you can return to a private and secure setting. An historic inn with a background as interesting as Asheville. The Gray Rock Inn is a classic 100+year-old building, housing both short- and long-term residents in an International style, with shared bathrooms. In this space you’ll encounter fellow travelers and local residents alike. What you’ll experience is a small community that shares a love for Asheville. Each room is different, reflecting the unique history and character of The Gray Rock Inn. Standard furnishings in every room include a refrigerator and sink with clean towels and linens. Wifi is included but you won’t find a television in your room. We look forward to hosting you at The Gray Rock Inn, and making your Asheville experience a memorable one. And be sure to kiss the Bunkum Stone while you’re here. We are in strict compliance with fire and safety codes and have carbon monoxide detectors where they are required. Amenities: We provide Wifi, telephone, computer, coin laundry. There is a coffee maker on the second floor bookshelf. Relax on our balcony or porch. Slow down, unwind and enjoy the fresh mountain air and sunshine on our balcony. Or watch the parade of people from our front porch. Our large second floor balcony has commanding views of Biltmore Ave. and the mountains. Our covered front porch faces Biltmore Ave. with its bustling activity. Comfortable and clean bathrooms: Even though our bathrooms are shared, you might never notice. With two on each floor, locking doors and daily cleaning, you’ll be rest assured of privacy and cleanliness. And there’s rarely a wait. Water is solar heated.
The neighborhood is lively and diverse. Walk to world class restaurants, music, and craft breweries. Next door is a community food coop that is open to the public. Across the street are a popular, sometimes quite loud music venue, The Orange Peel, and Wicked Weed Brewery Read about the Bunkum Stone (a landmark) by the front entry.
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Hostel


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1


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Asheville, NC, United States

A beautiful one-hundred year old Richard Sharp Smith historic home in Montford neighborhood. 3 blocks from the center of town, 5-15 minute walk to everything. Hot tub, high speed wi-fi and cable tv, outdoor spaces for relaxation, gourmet kitchen.
You will be staying in the "Blue Room". This is downstairs next to the "Green Room". Those two rooms share the Mauve bathroom. This home is a quick 5 minute walk from the center of downtown. This historic neighborhood is peaceful, yet only a short walk to all the fun activities downtown. Fantastic restaurants nearby, the Pritchard Park drum circle, the US Cellular Center, and St. Lawrence Basilica are only three blocks away. We are a 5 minute drive from UNCA.. You won't need to move your car once you are settled in, unless you decide to go to the Biltmore Estate and Biltmore Village, 10 minutes away. Easy access to the Blue Ridge parkway, NC Arboretum, Folk Art Center and much more!
I love the beautiful old historic homes in this Montford neighborhood. My house dates from circa 1910, termed a "Victorian cottage", and built by Richard Sharp Smith. Many of the homes in the neighborhood date from the 1880's. This Victorian neighborhood was the first suburb of Asheville. It is very quiet and friendly. Lots of beautiful walking opportunities around the neighborhood.
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Private room


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House


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2


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Asheville, NC, United States

Step into in the shadow of history, follow in the steps of the greats, and meet us at the intersection of the Gilded Age and present day. Welcome The Gazette Condo 200 at 120 College Street in The Asheville Times Building. By any stick and by every measure, this is Asheville’s most esteemed address. This is where creativity marks prestige and walls do talk. This is the focal point of creative energies and historic importance, artistic wanderings and entertainment prowess.
Historic Gilded Age Building, Multi-Level Condo with Iconic Views in Downtown This is the former headquarters of the local newspaper which changed ownership and names from The Asheville Daily Gazette, to The Gazette-News, to The Times, to The Asheville Times – witnessed the Golden Age of William Sydney Porter (pen name: O. Henry), Thomas Wolfe, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, among other Asheville art royalty. Indeed, 120 College Street is THE creatively prestigious address in Asheville. This is your home base in Asheville’s creative epicenter and the heart of downtown. The Gazette Condo 200 @ 120 College Street is a 1,400 square-foot, 2-bedroom/2.5 bath condo where history lives and modern style reigns. Welcome to a two-story retreat – a rarity in downtown! – as uniquely Asheville as it is unique to Asheville. HIGHLIGHTS (many more details, below) ------------------ •• Stay in the Shadow of the Gilded Age •• → Asheville, built post-Industrial boom and riding so high it was almost Depression-proof, is unique among Southern cities. So, why would you stay anywhere but in the historic center? Located in Asheville Times Building@ 120 College Street, The Gazette Condo 200 represents the heart of iconic Asheville: in the shadow the Jackson building (check out that view!), at the start of the Urban Trail arts & history tour, and with easy access to the city’s exceptional dining, nightlife, and culture. Walk Score: 86 – “Very Walkable”! •• Historic yet Contemporary Design•• → From soaring ceilings to original hardwoods, from antique doorknobs to one-of-a-kind artwork, from leather seating to century-old balustrades, The Gazette Condo 200 at 120 College Street preserves the old while incorporating all the must-have new. •• Downstairs living & upstairs Sleeping •• → Two-story residences are hard to find in Asheville, but not at 120 College Street! The Gazette Condo 200 offers glorious separation between the lower-level living/dining/half-bath area and the upper-level sleeping space (two bedrooms). Now, the kids can sleep while you stay up late to toast your Asheville travels. •• One-of-a-kind views of Iconic Asheville •• → There’s no view more iconic than yours at "The Gazette" condo 200: From on high, your vista overlooks the historic Jackson Building, sweeps over Pack Square, and reaches to City Hall. Be sure to look right, where The Biltmore Building (designed in 1978-80 by internationally renowned architect I. M. Pei) reflects the Jackson. Oh, the photos you’ll take and the memories you’ll record. •• Walk in the Footsteps of ASHEVILLE’S EARLIEST NEWS REPORTERS •• → There’s nothing more Asheville than living, breathing history. The paper – which changed ownership and names from The Asheville Daily Gazette, to The Gazette-News, to The Times, to The Asheville Times – witnessed the Golden Age of William Sydney Porter (pen name: O. Henry), Thomas Wolfe, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, among other Asheville art royalty. Indeed, 120 College Street is THE creatively prestigious address in Asheville. •• Modern Amenities •• → From a 43” Smart TV’s wall-mounted in both the living room and BR, to streaming entertainment, dimmer lights to a street intercom system, full capacity washer & dryer, blackout shades to keyless entry, portable speaker, and stainless steel appliances, The Gazette Condo 200 in the Asheville Times Building at 120 College Street has all the modern comforts you crave. •• Fast WiFi •• → Go on, upload that Asheville selfie! With fast WiFi, you’re as connected as you want to be. •• Easy Parking •• → You don’t need a car at 120 College Street but if you bring one, you’ll be happy to know that parking is easy to find, in lots, parking decks, and on street. •• Locally Managed •• → Don’t underestimate the value of having an Asheville local in your back pocket! From filling you in on secret, no-signage bars, to being on-call 24/7 to help in a late-night emergency, to remote-rebooting the WiFi at a moment’s notice, our 100% local service delivers both a great experience and peace of mind. •• Perfect for Groups •• → Traveling with other families or as a group? Good news! We manage three condos at the 120 College Street: The Gazette 200 (2BR), The Daily 201 (1BR), and The News 202 (1BR), with a total of 4 bedrooms to accommodate 8 guests. ☀☀☀ Antique-Chic DESIGN ☀☀☀ The Gazette Condo 200 at 120 College Street is a special place. It’s probably not like anything you have at home, but it is exactly the historic-yet-contemporary feel you seek in Asheville. It is historic. It is completely renovated. It is period-perfect. It is home. Or, a home-away-from-home, at least. Each of three properties, The Gazette Condo 200, The Daily Condo 201 and The News Condo 202 in the Asheville Times Building at 120 College Street rises to 10-foot ceilings and blends select antiques with new pieces, modern furnishings with neutral tones, sleek lines with strategic pops of ebullient color. The white leather seating invites togetherness, the architectural walls dull outside sound, the kitchen is fully stocked, the West Elm dining table seats 8, the closets are custom, and the bathrooms are completely modernized. And you’ll sleep like a baby, thanks to custom drapes and blackout shades. This is where modern meets old world, and it couldn’t be any more Asheville. It’s the perfect complement to your historic downtown experience, complete with historic views over iconic downtown sights. ---------------------------------- ☀☀☀ A Piece of History ☀☀☀ There’s nothing quite so Ashville as staying in a living piece of history. Specifically, a living piece of history where local news writers and makers once plied their craft! We’ll tell you a little story. The 1880-1930 era was a pivotal time in Asheville’s history: This was the Gilded Age, a post-industrial and pre-Depression age that welcomed the railroad, grandiose living, urban development, and the creative minds of O. Henry, Thomas Wolfe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and others. Asheville rode so high it almost side-stepped the Great Depression. Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street was originally built in 1914 for the Asheville Gazette (later, the Asheville Times), occupied 120 College Street until the 1930’s ————————————————— Fun fact: In 1929, Thomas Wolfe would forever immortalize this time in his highly autobiographical first novel “Look Homeward, Angel,” a coming-of-age story that mirrored his life in Asheville and experiences at his mother’s famous boardinghouse, Dixieland, "the most famous boardinghouse in American fiction.” Just two blocks north on Market Street is the restored Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site and welcomes visitors Tuesday-Saturday.
☀☀☀ Welcome ☀☀☀ Welcome to the Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street, the historic and cultural center of downtown Asheville and former home to the city’s first newspaper. Welcome to a historic building that still unfolds over original hardwood floors, five-panel doors, antique doorknobs, banisters, and railings. Welcome to a home-away-from home above a museum and a multi-level amazing view overlooking Pack Square Park. A downtown condo, footsteps to fine restaurants and trendy nightlife, art galleries and antique shops. Yes, it’s safe to say – this is it. You’ve found it. Over 1,400 square-feet of historic space, The Gazette Condo 200 offers a blend of antique and contemporary furnishings, neutral tones and bright pops of color, solid woods and airy windows, architectural touches and high design. This is everything you never knew you needed in your downtown Asheville experience. And indeed, downtown Asheville is here, RIGHT here. Walk out your door and you’re on College Street, the historic center of Asheville and jumping-off point for art walks and ghost tours, microbrew flights and year-round festivals, fine dining and museum-hopping. You’re in the middle of it all and exactly where you want to be. ---------------------------------- ☀☀☀ LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! ☀☀☀ Walk into the shadow of history (and of the iconic Jackson Building), and you immediately feel the pull: 120 College Street is a place where old meets new, where history blends seamlessly with today – where a contemporary patina adds depth to the monuments, parks, and stories that have resided here for more than a century. Indeed, this is a kind of wanderlust (and wonder-lust) completely and uniquely ours. Welcome to Asheville! Here, in remarkable downtown, College Street is one of the most historic-yet-hip addresses in the city – a promenade that straddles the ephemeral boundaries between old-world charm and modern style. And 120 College Street is at the center of it all: above the Black Mountain College Museum and overlooking the Jackson Building, across from Roger McGuire Green in front of City Hall and the County Building, and Pack Square Park with a large open green space on a slope leading to the main stage, three water features including a splash fountain and original art by regional artists. There are many seating areas surrounded by native trees and shrubs. This beautiful 6.5-acre public space is an extra amenity for visitors to relax and linger. This is Asheville history, respectfully updated for the 21st century. So, while Real Life may be about compromise – sacrifice This to get That – we believe that vacation should be a special time. This is when you get both This and That, no compromise required. The Gazette Condo 200 in the Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street is your no-compromise-required destination: at the intersection of past and present, in the shadow of the Jackson Building and Pack Square Park, and enveloped by the energy and charm of downtown life. It embodies and embraces the Asheville scene – a scene that draws designers and artists, creatives and music lovers, foodies and artisanal beverage aficionados alike. Here’s what awaits: Dining: Asheville is a food-and-drink dream – there’s a reason Livability.com named us a Top 10 Foodie City! – and from 120 College Street, you’re just minutes to much of your must-eat list, including French Broad Chocolate Lounge, Curate, Sovereign Remedies, Twisted Laurel, Over Easy Cafe, City Bakery, Bouchon, Mela, and Rhubarb. Culture: There’s nothing quite like Asheville culture to put some pep in your step and some erudition in your life. Be sure to schedule stops at the Black Mountain College Museum (your downstairs neighbor!) and the Asheville Art Museum. Finally, don’t forget to checkout a show at The Orange Peel or The Grey Eagle! History: From 120 College Street, you’re just minutes to many of Asheville’s historic landmarks, including the Vance Memorial, Monument Corner, the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, and Asheville’s historic Flatiron Building, not to mention numerous statues, plaques, and monuments that commemorate the city’s past. Urban Trail Art & History Tour: Art and history lovers, walk into history on Asheville’s Urban Trail, a 1.7-mile walking tour home to 30+ stops at creative landmarks, public sculptures, dioramas, and more. It begins at Pack Place, almost at your front door! The renowned Blue Spiral 1 Gallery and Momentum Gallery are a couple of blocks away and the Black Mountain College Museum is right downstairs. Festivals: From Downtown After Five (once a month, in summer) and the Lexington Avenue Arts Fest, to Drum Circle and Art in the Park, downtown Asheville and the River Arts District are ripe with arts, culture, and creative pursuits.
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


Accommodates

4


Bedrooms

2

Asheville, NC, United States

Experience the convenience of this private studio nestled amongst the trees in the heart of beautiful Asheville, NC. Parking in the city can be tough but stay here and you can walk or bike to it all! Famous Pack Square, iconic French Broad Chocolate Lounge amongst many other breweries, restaurants and coffee houses are a 5-10 minute walk. Great private space with lots of amenities. Looking to accommodate more guests see link below: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/23516374?preview_for_ml
--WALK TO THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN IN 5-10 MINUTES --Watch the sunset with a beverage of choice and relax on your private patio --Quiet and Private Residential Neighborhood. --PRIVATE PARKING --Sleep on a Queen size Deluxe Foam Mattress. --Stock coffee or tea, heat up leftovers, or chill a beer from one of Asheville's many breweries in the fridge. --Relax and watch Netflix on 40 Inch UHD Smart Flat Screen TV. --Private bathroom with tub supplied with bath salts and pillow for those nights you want to relax. -Keyless Entry for your convenience -Private entrance
-Quiet and Friendly -Great for the convenience of walking downtown -Safe and well-lit
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Entire home/apt


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House


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2


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0

Asheville, NC, United States

Dragonfly Cottage built in 1905 is vintage Asheville boarding house, mix of modern (completely updated) and old. Walking distance to Brewery"s, or downtown shops and restaurants. Downtown neighborhood can be loud. Some people are not prepared for noise and street people. Sweet front flower garden, large front porch, and front parlor available to guest at all times. Old dog Levi is now confined to back of the house, host living quarters and back yard, not trustworthy around guest.
Couple or singles get away! Nice old world bedrooms. Two rentals up stairs this one is on the front of house with private bath across the hall. The other rental is Dragonfly Cottage II on back of house with ensuite bath. Both have comfortable queen size beds. Bathrooms completely updated. Local art displayed to create a mix of old and new. Pease ask about the artist. Parlor room downstairs available for those that can't sleep (not wanting to disturb partner) and/or want a place to sit, and read. Have a bourbon before retiring, a southern tradition!
This is a downtown transitional neighborhood with 24/7 activity. Grocery, art's theater, restaurants, brewery's are all right down the street. Friday night drum circle is a must in Asheville.
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Private room


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House


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2


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

Two blocks residential walk to downtown, this 1915 house in Asheville's premier historic neighborhood is a five minute walk to Reed Creek Greenway, Whole Foods, U.S. Cellular Center and much more!
Enjoy being a ten minute walk to dozens of restaurants and music venues in the heart of Asheville while staying on a quiet residential street. Upstairs you will find a queen size bed, and two full size beds, a full bathroom with clawfoot bathtub and shower. There is a queen size futon on the main level. An equipped baby crib is in the largest bedroom. Sheets, blankets, towels and washcloths are provided. The main level half bath also offers a washer and dryer. The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking. There is a counter height refrigerator, and also a full size refrigerator down stairs. Filtered water is available through a kitchen sink tap.
The house is located in an historic neighborhood with many grand Victorian houses.
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Entire home/apt


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House


Accommodates

4


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2

Asheville, NC, United States

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Experience the convenience of this private studio and balcony overlooking the heart of beautiful Asheville, NC. Parking in the city can be tough but stay here and you can walk or bike to it all! Famous Pack Square, iconic French Broad Chocolate Lounge amongst many other breweries, restaurants and coffee houses are a 5-10 minute walk. Great studio space with lots of amenities. Family Friendly.
-WALK TO THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN IN 5-10 MINUTES -Watch the sunset with a beverage of choice and relax on your private balcony overlooking downtown, yet much much quieter and more private. --Sleep on a Queen size Tempurpedic mattress or a large sofa bed. --Fully stocked kitchenette to make coffee or tea, heat up leftovers, or chill a beer from one of Asheville's many breweries in the fridge. -Relax and watch Netflix on 43 Inch UHD Smart Flat Screen TV. -Private bathroom with tub supplied with bath salts for those nights you want to relax. - Mitsubishi Electric Wall Unit controls the temperature of your studio -Keyless Entry for your convenience
-Quiet and Friendly -Great for the convenience of walking downtown -Safe and well-lit
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Asheville, NC, United States

This new luxury condo is a spacious 1 bedroom/1 bathroom residence with an open kitchen, dining room, living room, and balcony. It provides the comfort and privacy of home while guests can also enjoy the convenience of having staff on hand to answer any questions and help with all guest needs. New appliances, bedding, and furniture create a stunning accommodation for you and your loved ones to relax and enjoy yourself. Upon arrival you will also find the unit fully stocked with linens and towels and all of the essentials you will need during your stay. Located in the heart of downtown Asheville and nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, this condo offers guests the best of both worlds. Only a moments walk to Asheville's local restaurants, breweries, shops, and galleries you are in the center of the city while also able to enjoy the mountains that surround you. You'll fall in love with this new condominium and it will become your frequent place of lodging while in Asheville.
This new luxury condo is a spacious 1 bedroom/1 bathroom residence with an open kitchen, dining room, living room, and balcony. It provides the comfort and privacy of home while guests can also enjoy the convenience of having staff on hand to answer any questions and help with all guest needs. New appliances, bedding, and furniture create a stunning accommodation for you and your loved ones to relax and enjoy yourself. Upon arrival you will also find the unit fully stocked with linens and towels and all of the essentials you will need during your stay. Located in the heart of downtown Asheville and nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, this condo offers guests the best of both worlds. Only a moments walk to Asheville's local restaurants, breweries, shops, and galleries you are in the center of the city while also able to enjoy the mountains that surround you. You'll fall in love with this new condominium and it will become your frequent place of lodging while in Asheville.
Downtown
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


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Asheville, NC, United States

New listing! If you are looking to be in the heart of downtown,this studio is the perfect place for you This studio is new and behind the main house,modern,clean and private! We are right in the central of all of downtown action,walk to the best downtown has to offer within 5 minutes,right around the corner from White labs,short walk to Pack square,Wicked weed,Orange Peel,McCormick field and with walking trails leading to a pedestrian bridge taking you into downtown. No taxi or Uber needed!
Entire studio,including kitchenette,bathroom,bedroom and living room,closet,Smart cable TV(you can watch Netflix,Hulu if you have your own account)WiFi ,high speed internet.....comfortable queen size bed. Central heat and AC(mini split)hot plate,dishwasher,microwave,toaster....
This is the closest neighborhood to downtown Asheville,safe and quite! Asheville police department is just across the street
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Entire home/apt


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Bungalow


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2


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

This cozy, downtown hideout is the perfect place to escape reality and take in everything Asheville has to offer. Steps from all of the breweries, bars, restaurant's, shops, etc. You can find outdoor adventures galore in a short drive, or take a $5 uber to historic west asheville. Our eclectic neighborhood will make you fall in live with Asheville at first site. We look forward to hosting you!
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Asheville, NC, United States

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 futon-style 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.
The beauty of the house not only lies in all of its charm, but also in it's location! There's a unique Whole Foods, called Greenlife, right across the street and Trader Joes is a couple blocks up from that. If you fancy yoga, Asheville Yoga Center is about three blocks away, on Liberty Street. In the other direction, a lovely greenway runs along Reeds Creek, or you can simply stroll around the eclectic neighborhood. Historic Montford, one the oldest neighborhoods (and in my humble opinion, the most beautiful), is a block away and the architecture is truly inspiring. My favorite coffee shop sits at the bottom of the street, called High Five Cafe. Don't let the hip tattooed baristas intimidate you- the coffee is delicious! Most importantly, all of downtown is just a 5-10 minute walk, complete with shopping, museums, restaurants, breweries, bars and music venues.
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Apartment


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

Historic & charming urban escape in Downtown AVL . Walk to the best Downtown has to offer in 5 minutes. 2 blocks in the other direction takes you to the River Arts District-R.A.D+Great Location & Luxury accommodations! Enjoy!
You are very close to the center of downtown and closer to the budding South slope Brewery and food district as well as the RAD
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Entire home/apt


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Bungalow


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4


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2

Asheville, NC, United States

This adorable throwback flat is located IN downtown. Private parking, walk everywhere. Epicenter of the south slope, you can walk to all the breweries within 5 minutes, anywhere downtown within 10 minutes. Second floor, 440 SQ FT apartment in historic house. 1 bedroom, living room with IKEA sectional/sofa bed, roku TV, equipped kitchen and bathroom with claw foot tub/ shower surround. In the same building as Studio C and Heart of Downtown listing, see reviews
Great downtown location and tons of charm. Things to note: If you are traveling with 4 people, there is space to accommodate but it will be tight in the living and sleeping area, hopefully you all like each other! TV has Roku with Sling and Netflix, etc...but not local channels for some sports and such, of course tons of breweries to walk to with games showing. No pets and no smoking on premises.
First mixed residential and office street in downtown, so a bit quieter but still lots of fun activity within seconds of the apartment.
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Entire home/apt


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Apartment


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

Welcome to our private downstairs apartment that has been lovingly renovated to offer easy comfort minutes from the heart of downtown Asheville. Nestled on a quiet cottage lane, our space offers a clean, welcoming and private space that is easy walking to coffee houses, pubs, restaurants and the civic center (4 blocks away).
1 bedroom apartment walking distance to downtown Asheville, no need for Uber (save $). Eco friendly with many added touches to make your stay relaxing and comfy. Coffee, tea, organic breakfast, microwave (for heating up those yummy leftovers from the many amazing restaurants near by), fridge. Fun decor, quality linens, comfy bed.
Montford is an adorable historic district right in the heart of downtown Asheville. The coffee shop is a 3 minute walk, the neighborhood pub, a 4 minute walk, delicious local restaurants, the greenway that takes you to the botanical gardens and UNCA where the tailgate market is happening every Saturday morning. Or you could head into downtown, 3 blocks in the other direction to find all of the eclectic shops, food, breweries and music that make Asheville worth visiting,
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Apartment


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

Modern decor, private, comfy and smack in the heart of downtown Asheville. This hideaway is steps from all the breweries, restaurants, night life, shopping, music, and art that Asheville has to offer. The private, secure, of street parking will allow you to never drive your car during your stay (unless you choose to explore near by hiking, or historic West Asheville). You'll love it here. Oh, and we are pet friendly!
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Apartment


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2


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Asheville, NC, United States

Great home base for your Asheville adventure. Explore the mountains and return to your Lexington Market spot, with it's own designated parking space, for all of the downtown nightlife Asheville offers within easy walking distance. Breweries, bars, restaurants, galleries, music etc. . . . Wifi throughout, SMART tv with courtesy Netflix, Walk in shower with 2 shower heads and separate soaking tub.
We provide everything you need for your Asheville stay. Roku tv with Netflix. Very cozy, neat and organized just for our guests.
I love Lexington Market. It is considered the, "Haight Ashbury, " of Asheville.
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


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2


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0

Asheville, NC, United States

New luxury condominium in the heart of downtown Asheville. This 1 bedroom and 1 bath unit has all the premium amenities you can imagine. New appliances, bedding, and furniture create a stunning accommodation for you and your loved ones to relax and enjoy yourself. Located on the 5th floor, this residence features a full kitchen, dining room, living room, and balcony. You'll fall in love with this new condominium and it will become your frequent place of lodging while in Asheville.
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

Light and airy lower level of our home in DOWNTOWN Asheville. 1 king bed, private entrance and private bath and private living area just for you! You will enter the lower level and it's locked off from the upper level so you can come and go as you please! No pets allowed.
Guests use the lower level of our home, locked off from the rest of the home with a private entrance only steps to downtown!
Right across the street from downtown
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1

Asheville, NC, United States

You'll feel at home in this beautiful Penthouse with a view. Your steps from all of the action Asheville has to offer. Bring your pet because we love for her friends. Rather you're traveling for business, a honeymoon or anniversary, or just to get away with the friends, this place is perfect for you.
Newly painted, and refurnished. This place is a traveler's dream. With 14 foot vaulted ceilings, huge windows with a Western View, Fully Loaded Kitchen tons of storage space and a beautiful stone fireplace, which is unfortunately only aesthetic. Your steps from everything downtown Asheville has to offer, and only a few minutes drive from hiking and historic West Asheville.
You can walk anywhere downtown to anything you can possibly need during your stay. There are amazing people all around, and the sunset is spectacular.
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1

Asheville, NC, United States

Park your car and leave it for your whole stay! This luxury condo is located in the middle of Downtown Asheville. You will be steps away from Asheville's famous restaurants, breweries, and independent stores. This is the perfect Asheville location!
Rankin Press Lofts is a modern/industrial masterpiece with exposed brick throughout, original wood floors, concrete counter-tops, and modern furnishings. The bedroom has a Queen bed with a Tempurpedic mattress, and two each of Tempurpedic, side-sleeper and down pillows. A dresser and full closet will store all your belongings comfortably. There is also a full stack washer/dryer, iron and ironing board for your convenience. An outdoor balcony with a cozy bistro table is perfect for and evening glass of wine or your morning coffee. Everything you need is included for your stay, including: linens, towels and bath products, cookware and cooking utensils. Just show up and relax! Parking is also a breeze. You can park in either the Rankin Ave or Civic Center parking garages which are located directly across the street from the condo for a daily fee. Speaking of coffee, this modern condo is directly above one of the best coffee shops in Asheville! If you don't feel like making coffee with the included Keurig, all you have to do is walk downstairs for a world-class cup of joe. If you're arriving in Asheville early or departing later in the evening, we have complementary on-site, secured luggage storage available for your convenience.
Rankin Press Lofts are in the center of Downtown Asheville. You will be within steps of some of the best restaurants, breweries and attractions our city has to offer. From Lexington Avenue Brewery to Table Restaurant, and from Malaprops Independent Bookstore to Pritchard Park's famous drum circles, you'll be able to both relax and take in much of the city.
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

Great downtown condo right across from the US Cellular/Harrah's Cherokee Center. Safe, keypad-locked building with elevator access. Top floor = nobody above you. Easy walking distance to just about anything downtown. Coffee shops, restaurants, retail shops, grocery stores, activities, and more within blocks of the front door. Biltmore Estate and access to the Blue Ridge Parkway for hiking trails are within a 15 minute drive.
Get more out of your stay in Asheville with this little home away from home. Enjoy having a full-size kitchen and living room in addition to the bedroom and bathroom in this 600+ SF condo. This makes for a much more spacious stay than a hotel. You will have a free, dedicated parking spot just outside and elevator access that will make it easy for bringing in luggage. You won't need to use your car during your stay, though, because you are close enough to walk to just about anywhere you would want to go downtown. An internal access hallway buffers the majority of highway noise from I-240 to the North from entering the space. The living room is on the North side adjacent to this hallway, and the bedroom faces the city. The space is cleaned with environmentally-friendly products and no harsh chemicals are used. A portion of proceeds from this listing goes towards foster care organizations.
This condo is in within walking distance to all that downtown Asheville has to offer. Area coffee shops, restaurants, retail shops, grocery stores, activities, and more are all within walking distance.
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Condominium


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1

Asheville, NC, United States

"Studio C" Cozy efficiency on first floor in heart of downtown, epicenter of the brewery district. Park your car in our lot and walk to all restaurants and breweries in minutes, or cook your own meals in the equipped kitchen. Queen latex bed with roll out full size bed. Claw foot tub for soaking. Roku TV with Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sling and more.
Downtown! Walk to everything in seconds, this is IN downtown, not near it. Charming 1920's building with efficiency apartment on first floor (upstairs is another rental, some guests may be heavier footed than others) in safe neighborhood. Private parking. Walking convenient to all restaurants, breweries, co-op, theater, music venues and more.
Residential charm with downtown living Great neighbors No need for a car
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Apartment


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4


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0

Asheville, NC, United States

Please read *expectations in “the space.” The heart of downtown is just a short 15 min walk away & Orange Peel is a 13 min walk away. We have a sometimes loud toddler in the house & we share one bathroom. Once booked, please be sure to read the House Manual. On Tues, a sitter will be watching our boy in the common space & our bedroom. Also before booking please upload a gvmt id to your profile. We require all of our guests to have a verified gvmt issued ID and host recommendation Thank you!
*expectations: Scammers: If I have any suspicion that something is in your inquiry is off I will immediately report your account. We find that a handful of past guests who have not read the information on the host pages entirely, both before and after booking, tend to be the rare individuals to leave less than glowing reviews as a result of misplaced expectations. So as to make your experience the best possible, we recommend reading the provided information in its entirety to see if our space is a good fit for your expectations. Booking We offer one night stays during the week, but two nights minimum on the weekends. Homestay This homestay is our primary residence which means your room is private and the common areas & washroom are shared. And that we have a toddler who talks loud. So if you plan on sleeping in late we have provided ear plugs in one of the dresser drawers. There is one bedroom available for your stay. It has been our nursery in the past and now has a queen bed and a sunset view toward downtown and the mountains. There is one shared jack and jill bathroom off of the living room. The living room has a couch and a hammock. Travel time The heart of downtown is just a short 15 minute walk away and the Orange Peel venue is only a 13 minute walk away. Once booked, please be sure to read the House Manual in the app. House manual likes being read. :) We love our condo in Downtown Asheville. From our condo, it's an easy stroll to downtown to get a cup of coffee, enjoy dinner or drinks, stroll through an art gallery, or catch a baseball game. We are far enough out, though, that we still get a restful night's sleep. You will also have access to the kitchen, living room, bathroom, wifi, and parking. Our home is pet-free. Pets are not allowed due to slight allergy. The Biltmore Estate is about a 10 minute drive. The Grove Park Inn is about a 6 minute drive. A plethora of restaurants are in 12 minute walking distance or a 5 minute drive. The River Arts district is about an 8 minute drive away as well. One of the access roads to the Blue Ridge Parkway is 1/2 mile away. Our building was built in 2008 and has a modern style. There is a bus stop down the hill, though you would not need it to access downtown areas. We are also within 1 mile of a traditional grocery store and a co-op. Asheville is very cyclist friendly, so let us know if you have cycling questions. We love showing off our city, so if you are up for suggestions on favorite restaurants or places not to miss (French Broad Chocolate Lounge!) then we would be glad to advise. Some of these tips are in our guidebook and a picture of food suggestions in the pics. We also love the outdoors and can give you tips on great hikes. We have an iron and ironing board. The washer and dryer is limited for use during your stay upon request. Once you are booked, please be sure to read the House Manual in the app, it will answer most if not all your questions as we are typically not available on site for check in. We have a toddler, so there are some toys around the house. Our home is somewhat "baby-proofed" but if you are traveling with a little one you are still responsible for your child's safety. Parking at our condo is free. If you're driving downtown, rather than walking, event parking can range from $5 to $10. Mon - Saturday street parking meters don't charge after 6pm. You'll likely spend about a dollar an hour at most parking decks and metered parking. Take plenty of quarters for metered or you can use the passport parking app. Uber ride is about $5 We are a legally recognized Homestay permitted by the city of Asheville. The definition of a Homestay means this is our primary residence. Short term vacation rentals (29 days or less) are restricted in Asheville city, but we do have permission to operate for short term rentals as a licensed homestay. Check photos for permit. (The photo is cropped to protect our address and other information.)
Our neighborhood is convenient to downtown though not amidst the traffic and noise.
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Private room


Property Type

Condominium


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

If you want an in-town experience, this is it! Perfectly situated near downtown in a quiet historic neighborhood. Every element has been curated to create a special experience, including original artwork and hand-painted furniture, cotton linens & comfy bed. A beautiful en-suite bath has been designed for your convenience. Enjoy coffee, tea & snacks, while gazing at the backyard. A mini fridge, electric kettle, coffee maker & all the kitchenware is supplied. Guest wing with private entrance. Smoking only permitted outside. If you are bringing a pet, please ask for pet guidelines.
I have 2 airbnb rooms, that have very similar features and feel. So if this room does not have the availability you are seeking.. check out the other room, The Sweet Spot - https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6503015. The Boutique Room is a nice size bedroom with private ensuite bathroom in a separate guest wing in back of the house. The most important things for me are: clean and fresh, nice ambiance (decor), firm cozy bed, with quality linens, hot water and good pressure in shower and an area you can make a snack, coffee or tea. The room is equipped with a small fridge, toaster oven, electric kettle and coffee maker some basics (condiments, tea, coffee) and utensils. Original art work enhances wall spaces. Air Conditioning for hot summer days. A table with 2 chairs, for hanging out. There are lots of great little extras. I am happy to stock granola, organic yogurt and milk, good coffee, fruit and if you have something you love, just ask! You have a semi-private entrance, so if you are out and about late, no worries. There is a true feeling of privacy in the back of the house. Green fenced in backyard with table and chairs to relax - smokers welcome outside. Your safety is important to me - Locks on guest doors, fire extinguishers, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, safety card, motion sensor lights by entrances, and off street parking etc.. My driveway can accommodate 2 medium size SUV. If you have a very large SUV or truck you may have to park on street where there is typically ample parking. Only 3 blocks to town where you can enjoy many restaurants, breweries, galleries, shops , Asheville Yoga Studio (about 7 blocks) and more. Best of both worlds: close to the downtown, but quiet space when you are ready to relax. Dogs are welcome, but please check in with me BEFORE you book, so that I can send the pet rules to be sure you can abide by them. Fenced in yard for romping. We love animals. There is a $10 Pet fee per visit. I have tried to think of all the necessities, lots of conveniences, and many luxurious extras. I want you to feel at home and pampered. If there is something I missed, I am open to suggestions and requests. Most of the beautiful photos were taken by an Airbnb photographer with a wide angle lens that does distort the room size a bit.
This home is in the charming, historic Montford which has beautiful Victorian homes, tree-lined streets, and fabulous gardens. It is just three blocks to town, where there are cafes, music, and shopping.
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Private room


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House


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

With 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open kitchen, dining room, living room, and balcony; this spacious residence provides the comfort and privacy of home while guests can also enjoy the convenience of having staff on hand to answer any questions and help with all guest needs. New appliances, bedding, and furniture create a stunning accommodation for you and your loved ones to relax and enjoy yourself. Upon arrival you will also find the unit fully stocked with linens and towels and all of the essentials you will need during your stay. Located in the heart of downtown Asheville and nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, this condo offers guests the best of both worlds. Only a moments walk to Asheville's local restaurants, breweries, shops, and galleries you are in the center of the city while also able to enjoy the mountains that surround you. You'll fall in love with this new condominium and it will become your frequent place of lodging while in Asheville.
Downtown
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


Accommodates

6


Bedrooms

2

Asheville, NC, United States

Walk to downtown Asheville & South Slope! Sunny, stylish home literally one block from restaurants & breweries! Walk to almost anything downtown within 15-20 min. Beautiful chef's kitchen w/ wall oven & 5 burner gas cooktop. High efficiency heat and A/C. Fast WiFi plus Apple TV w/ HBO, Netflix etc. Covered front porch w/ seating. Backyard sunsets w/ fire-pit and Adirondack chairs. Laundry room w/ storage/pantry. Comfortable furniture & beds. Free off-street parking. Convenience & homey privacy!
Spacious gourmet kitchen open to the living and dining areas. Comfortable, stylish and filled with natural light. Computer nook and Apple TV, so you can stay connected and entertained. Private yard with fire pit and Adirondack chairs where you can watch the sunset over the mountains. See the Orange Peel, one of the Nation's premier concert venues, from the front porch - It is just a 5-10 minute walk, along with all of downtown's amazing breweries, restaurants, shops and entertainment.
The East-End neighborhood is just as is sounds - on the east end of downtown Asheville. Walk to all that downtown has to offer. Some of the closest things are The Orange Peel, Wicked Weed brewery, Green Man brewery and McCormick Field. One of Asheville's up and coming neighborhoods, you will see why it is such a hot ticket once you experience the convenience.
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House


Accommodates

6


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

This comfy hideaway is a very unique space. I like to consider it an art lovers creative space. Tucked in the middle of downtown Asheville, this unit provides maximum comfort, front and back yards for your fur babies, a short walk to all things downtown AVL, a short drive to all the best hiking, and a community of wonderful souls that are always happy to point you in the right direction. You will love staying here!
The neighborhood is great! It is diverse, and full of Asheville flare! We love where we live, and are certain that you will as well!!!!
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Apartment


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

Were history to intersect with the present, were the Gilded Age to go modern, were Asheville to center all its creative energies on one special address, it would be here. Right here. Arguably the most prestigious historic address in Asheville, The News Condo 202 at 120 College Street embodies the wonder, the heritage, and the legacy of a grand Southern city: a centenarian building, erected during the post-Industrial boom and once-headquarters to the Asheville-Gazette then the Asheville Times.
Spacious Stay in a Historic Newsroom! Heart of Downtown with Private Terrace Here, the city’s most antique-chic address offers an answer to your Asheville wish list: A prestigious and historically significant building, updated for the needs of the modern age. Welcome to The News Condo 202 at 120 College Street in the Asheville Times Building, located at the intersection of past and present, surrounded by the glory of the Gilded Age, and placed in the heart of downtown Asheville. Indeed, you have found your home base: a 1-bedroom, 1-bath, 800 square-foot condo that breathes Asheville history, exudes Southern charm, and embodies a century’s worth of stories – all, rolled into the modern amenities of the 21st century. HIGHLIGHTS (many more details, below) ------------------ •• Stay in the Shadow of the Gilded age •• → Asheville, built post-Industrial boom and riding so high it was almost Depression-proof, is unique among Southern cities. So, why would you stay anywhere but in the historic center? Located in Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street, The News Condo 202 represents the heart of iconic Asheville: in the shadow the Jackson Building (check out that view!), at the start of the Urban Trail arts & history tour, and with easy access to the city’s exceptional dining, nightlife, and culture. Walk Score: 86 – “Very Walkable”! •• Historic yet Contemporary Design•• → From soaring ceilings to original hardwoods, from antique doorknobs to one-of-a-kind artwork, from leather seating to century-old balustrades, the Asheville Times Building at 120 College Street preserves the old while incorporating all the must-have new. •• Private Outdoor space •• → Outdoor space may be hard to come by in downtown, but not at The News Condo 202 at 120 College Street! Step out onto your own 110 square-foot, private brick-walled terrace: enjoy a meal (or just a drink) at the bistro table (seats 2), check out the western views over N. Market, and drink in that sunset. •• Walk in the Footsteps of ASHEVILLE’S EARLIEST NEWS REPORTERS •• → There’s nothing more Asheville than living, breathing history. 120 College Street was once originally home to the Asheville-Gazette which then became The Asheville Times newspaper,, which once hosted local staff reporters, craftsman, business owners and government officials who would laugh, converse and, of course, pen their thoughts. This is THE creatively prestigious address in Asheville. •• Modern Amenities •• → From a 43” Smart TV’s wall-mounted in both the living room and BR, to streaming entertainment, dimmer lights to a street intercom system, full capacity washer & dryer, dishwasher, blackout shades to keyless entry, portable speaker, and stainless steel appliances kitchen appliances, The News Condo 202 in the Asheville Times Building at 120 College Street has all the modern comforts you crave. •• Fast WiFi •• → Go on, upload that Asheville selfie! With fast WiFi, you’re as connected as you want to be. •• Easy Parking •• → You don’t need a car at 120 College Street but if you bring one, you’ll be happy to know that parking is easy to find, in lots, parking decks, and on street. •• Locally Managed •• → Don’t underestimate the value of having an Asheville local in your back pocket! From filling you in on secret, no-signage bars, to being on-call 24/7 to help in a late-night emergency, to remote-rebooting the WiFi at a moment’s notice, our 100% local service delivers both a great experience and peace of mind. •• Perfect for Groups •• → Traveling with other families or as a group? Good news! We manage three one- and two-bedroom properties at 120 College Street, to accommodate a total of 8 guests. Stay close (but not too close!) to your friends and loved ones, when they reserve: The Daily Condo 201 at 120 College Street (1 BR, 1BA; occupancy) The Gazette Condo 200 at 120 College Street (2BR, 2.5 BA) occupancy: 4) ----------------------------------
☀☀☀ Welcome ☀☀☀ Welcome to Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street, the historic and cultural center of downtown Asheville and former home to the city’s first newspaper. Welcome to a historic building that still unfolds over original hardwood floors, five-panel doors, antique doorknobs, banisters, and railings. Welcome to a home-away-from home located above the Black Mountain College Museum and with its own private terrace. A downtown condo, footsteps to fine restaurants and trendy nightlife, art galleries and antique shops. Yes, it’s safe to say – this is it. You’ve found it. Over 800 square-feet of historic space, The News Condo 202 offers a blend of antique and contemporary furnishings, neutral tones and bright pops of green and yellow, solid woods and airy windows, architectural touches and high design. This is everything you never knew you needed in your downtown Asheville experience. And indeed, downtown Asheville is here, RIGHT here. Walk out your door and you’re on College Street, the historic center of Asheville and jumping-off point for art walks and ghost tours, microbrew flights and year-round festivals, fine dining and museum-hopping. You’re in the middle of it all and exactly where you want to be. ☀☀☀ LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! ☀☀☀ Walk into the shadow of history (and of the iconic Jackson Building), and you immediately feel the pull: 120 College Street is a place where old meets new, where history blends seamlessly with today – where a contemporary patina adds depth to the monuments, parks, and stories that have resided here for more than a century. Indeed, this is a kind of wanderlust (and wonder-lust) completely and uniquely ours. Welcome to Asheville! Here, in remarkable downtown, College Street is one of the most historic-yet-hip addresses in the city – a promenade that straddles the ephemeral boundaries between old-world charm and modern style. And 120 College Street is at the center of it all: above the Black Mountain College Museum and overlooking the Jackson Building, across from Roger McGuire Green in front of City Hall and the County Building, and Pack Square Park with a large open green space on a slope leading to the main stage, three water features including a splash fountain and original art by regional artists. There are many seating areas surrounded by native trees and shrubs. This beautiful 6.5-acre public space is an extra amenity for visitors to relax and linger. This is Asheville history, respectfully updated for the 21st century. So, while Real Life may be about compromise – sacrifice This to get That – we believe that vacation should be a special time. This is when you get both This and That, no compromise required. The Asheville Times Building @ 120 College Street is your no-compromise-required destination: at the intersection of past and present, in the shadow of the Jackson Building and Pack Square Park, and enveloped by the energy and charm of downtown life. The News Condo 202 embodies and embraces the Asheville scene – a scene that draws designers and artists, creatives and music lovers, foodies and artisanal beverage aficionados alike. Here’s what awaits: Dining: Asheville is a food-and-drink dream – there’s a reason Livability.com named us a Top 10 Foodie City! – and from 120 College Street, you’re just minutes to much of your must-eat list, including French Broad Chocolate Lounge, Curate, Sovereign Remedies, Twisted Laurel, Over Easy Cafe, City Bakery, Bouchon, Mela, and Rhubarb. Culture: There’s nothing quite like Asheville culture to put some pep in your step and some erudition in your life. Be sure to schedule stops at the Black Mountain College Museum (your downstairs neighbor!) and the Asheville Art Museum. Finally, don’t forget to checkout a show at The Orange Peel or The Grey Eagle! History: From 120 College Street, you’re just minutes to many of Asheville’s historic landmarks, including the Vance Memorial, Monument Corner, the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, and Asheville’s historic Flatiron Building, not to mention numerous statues, plaques, and monuments that commemorate the city’s past. Urban Trail Art & History Tour: Art and history lovers, walk into history on Asheville’s Urban Trail, a 1.7-mile walking tour home to 30+ stops at creative landmarks, public sculptures, dioramas, and more. It begins at Pack Place, almost at your front door! The renowned Blue Spiral 1 Gallery and Momentum Gallery are a couple of blocks away and the Black Mountain College Museum is right downstairs. Festivals: From Downtown After Five (once a month, in summer) and the Lexington Avenue Arts Fest, to Drum Circle and Art in the Park, downtown Asheville and the River Arts District are ripe with arts, culture, and creative pursuits.
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Entire home/apt


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Condominium


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

For budget travelers who want to be downtown! Convenient location. No frills, not a fancy B&B. A place with history, character and real people. Clean, comfortable historic 100+year-old rooming house with front porch, balcony, shared bathrooms. One of several short term rental rooms, this single, second floor room has an air conditioner in the window in summer, mini refrigerator, sink, desk, sitting chair. Near front of building, across from a music venue. Bathrooms are shared with other guests.
This small room is perfect for the solo traveler, with a twin bed, sitting chair, writing desk, refrigerator and shelves. A large window lets in natural light (we have solar panels that do obscure the view, but heat our water). At the Gray Rock Inn, downtown Asheville is right outside your door, and our reasonable rates mean your money can be spent on enjoying the city. Conveniently located on Biltmore Ave. and an easy walk to breweries, music venues, art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. The Gray Rock Inn is a great value, a "no frills" but clean and comfy place to explore the city from. Stay downtown for less - walk the city's streets and enjoy! Asheville is right outside at this historic inn where people of all walks of life feel at home. A place with charm, character and friendly residents and guests alike. Not a fancy B&B or chain hotel. Perfect for those who want to spend their time exploring downtown Asheville and not driving. Walk around downtown and enjoy its bustling and vibrant scene. Or, you can just sit on our front porch or balcony and relax. After taking it all in you can return to a private and secure setting. An historic inn with a background as interesting as Asheville. The Gray Rock Inn is a classic 100+year-old building, housing both short- and long-term residents in an International style, with shared bathrooms. In this space you’ll encounter fellow travelers and local residents alike. What you’ll experience is a small community that shares a love for Asheville. Each room is different, reflecting the unique history and character of The Gray Rock Inn. Standard furnishings in every room include a refrigerator and sink with clean towels and linens. Wifi is included but you won’t find a television in your room. We look forward to hosting you at The Gray Rock Inn, and making your Asheville experience a memorable one. And be sure to kiss the Bunkum Stone while you’re here. We are in strict compliance with fire and safety codes and have carbon monoxide detectors where they are required. Amenities: We provide Wifi, telephone, computer, coin laundry. There is a coffee maker on the second floor bookshelf. Relax on our balcony or porch. Slow down, unwind and enjoy the fresh mountain air and sunshine on our balcony. Or watch the parade of people from our front porch. Our large second floor balcony has commanding views of Biltmore Ave. and the mountains. Our covered front porch faces Biltmore Ave. with its bustling activity. Comfortable and clean bathrooms: Even though our bathrooms are shared, you might never notice. With two on each floor, locking doors and daily cleaning, you’ll be rest assured of privacy and cleanliness. And there’s rarely a wait. Water is solar heated.
The neighborhood is lively and diverse. Walk to world class restaurants, music, and craft breweries. Next door is a community food coop that is open to the public. Across the street are a popular, sometimes quite loud music venue, The Orange Peel, and Wicked Weed Brewery. Read about the Bunkum Stone (a landmark) by the front entry.
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Private room


Property Type

Hostel


Accommodates

1


Bedrooms

1

Asheville, NC, United States

(Please Read all our Great Reviews) Perfect studio condo for TWO (2) in the heart of downtown Asheville. Located directly behind U.S. Cellular Center. Walk to everything. Parking is a huge issue. You have your own dedicated space. Classy, minimalist but decorated in the mid-century modern style, this condo will take you back to an era when black and white photos were the vogue and Asheville was a little known gem in the mountains. All the modern conveniences included with an eye to the past.
Patrick's (from Columbia, South Carolina) review: "My wife and I had a fantastic stay. The place felt much roomier than it looked in the photos, and the bathroom had a spa-like feel. The building was also exceptionally quiet--all around very relaxing. Kirk provided us Starbucks coffee, fluffy towels, fancy toiletries, and all the amenities we could have wanted. Plus, the location was unbeatable. Just a few steps to the best restaurants, bookstores, and coffeeshops in Asheville. If you're looking to spend a few days walking around downtown Asheville totally stress-free, this is the place to stay!" This is the perfect love shack or pied-a-terre for two studio condominium with kitchen, parking, elevator, secured access, wi-fi and everything a hotel would offer in the heart of downtown. Notice: This is a small unit decorated in the Mid-Century Modern style (1950's-1960's). Furniture was smaller in that time period. If you are really tall (6'3 or taller) and if you are a large person (270+) this space might not be for you. You could be uncomfortable. The bed is a full to a queen. Heating and air conditioning can be adjusted remotely if you need help.
This downtown at its best. Everything worth seeing and doing in downtown Asheville is no more than a 7 minute walk.
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Entire home/apt


Property Type

Condominium


Accommodates

2


Bedrooms

0

Asheville, NC, United States

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