Home of the Week: An Asheville, NC, Tudor in Biltmore Forest
Located in Asheville’s legendary Biltmore Forest neighborhood, this stunning brick home is like having your own English estate. If you’re into the style, this home has every architectural feature you’d ever want. And best of all, you’re just a short drive from downtown Asheville. A renovation was completed recently and while this home was built in 1924, it has been restored with modern-day amenities.
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Every so often, art is created with brick and mortar. In 1924 Architect Erle Stillwell created this sophisticated Tudor Estate with walled rear garden and lawn space. Spectacular Tony Lord ironwork accents the front entry with timber framing and the ironwork frame the rear covered porch. Gorgeous spiral staircase greets you once inside of the foyer, formal living and dining rooms, original carved mantels from Italy. You will find oversized windows with views of front and rear lawn. Grand wood paneled library with office space. Beautiful white kitchen with oversized island, breakfast and den area overlooking the rear terrace and totally private back yard. Full renovation completed with historical elements in place. New paint throughout the inside, Geothermal HVAC system, new roof, gutters, the hardwoods have been restored. New bathrooms and tile. Three car garage attached to the house. So many elements that create this tranquil setting in the forest.