About This 1907 Craftsman In Asheville North Carolina
The Asian-flaired Arts & Crafts “Keyhole House”, an architectural gem built in 1907, is one of the most recognizable homes in the Montford Historic District. The initial owners set the tone for a uniquely graceful home that is not only welcoming but also has many original details such as the crafted chandelier, wall sconces, curved radiator and stained glass doors. Unusual for its time, the large dining / living room areas are designed as an open concept with the keyhole room as its own oasis.
A relaxing patio, fire pit and fenced yard are a perfect place to wind down. Parking is a rare commodity in the area but there is room for 4+ vehicles. There are two separate apartments upstairs with an exterior entrance which have been utilized as successful HomeStay short-term rentals. The permitted garage conversion to a rental is 80% completed with the fixtures in basement. BUYERS / AGENTS TO CONFIRM FUTURE RENTAL USAGE. This historic home can never be replicated and will fill you with pride.