27 BLAKE in Asheville’s historic Montford – A short walk to downtown
Built in 1897, conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Asheville, centrally located to many surrounding attractions and activities.
Enter this charming room with queen bed, period antiques and en suite bath through your own private entrance surrounded by gorgeous gardens in the historic Montford neighborhood. Enjoy this perfect location with an easy walk to downtown. Off-street parking is available. All this at a fabulous price.
This sanctuary garden in historic Asheville, North Carolina helps you relax on the porch, read a good book, catch up on your rest, bird watch, or take an enjoyable walk to the heart of downtown Asheville.
At the end of the day, your cozy, romantic suite awaits. $80.00/night. For more information go to our website www.sheville.org/27blake
Sorry, no pets.
For reservations call or text Carolyn at (828) 252-7390 or email: 27blake@Charter.net
27 Blake Street Asheville, N C 28801-2203
Permit #15-15460 granted by the City of Asheville
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