BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE FOR SALE BY OWNER – 9 Waverly Road in Kenilworth close to Downtown Asheville and Biltmore Village
Kenilworth Cottage, Asheville N C 28803
On March 28, 2018 this home will be offered for sale. The asking price is $447,000
This house will be listed soon. Please contact Katherine at email@example.com
Large, raised side deck with pergola overlooking the side garden
Built 2006. 1500 SF. on 1/3 acre
Walking distance to neighborhood lake
HVAC and gas logs fireplace
Two bedroom, two full baths
Close to shopping, medical, restaurants, entertainment
Beautiful established gardens with private woods behind the home
A most welcoming locale within Asheville City School District.
Second deck in the backyard overlooking woods
Open floor plan. Lots of windows, sun-tunnels, and natural light. Large, comfortable sunroom off the dining area.
Well-maintained home. All on one floor. Easy access.
Nine-foot vaulted ceilings Fireplace with gas logs
Two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Study.
Tags: asheville real estate, homes for sale, kenilworth
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