Modern Monday

SNOW DAY! If you are living in Asheville you already know it is a snow day here. While our typical winters see light snows that last around 24 hours we were treated to a beautiful winter wonderland worthy of a Bing Crosby tune. So, while you are romancing this day, if you are able, enjoy some inspirational mountain escapes both here and here and just a little more here.  Wishing you a safe and cozy day tdaoy. Cheers!

TONIGHT | Meet the Vendors Open House at Atomic

Tonight, Atomic is hosting an Open House Event to meet all the vendors. Come check them out. Kelly and I will be there with a community of design and craft minded folks. Go HERE for more info and see you there. Cheers!

Holiday Pop-Up Shop

Hi Folks! Our friends from the Pop-Up shop are finishing up 2018 at the Masonic Temple. Sweet! Stop by for some a cool, curated collection of crafted gifts. The season is here. For more info please go HERE.

SALE TODAY | Atomic Furnishings and Design

Hi Folks! Our community of cool and crafty vendors at Atomic are hosting a sale today thru Sunday. Can you think of more hip place to shop on Black Friday? Do it. {124 Swannanoa River Rd} Cheers!

Happy Thanksgiving

Modern Asheville Real Estate wants to say how incredibly thankful we are for you, our families, our friends and our cool community. We are super grateful we live in such a welcoming and caring village of our very own. At the same time we pray for peace and compassion in our national one. Please enjoy your time with those you love and remember to live in the moment. Cheers! Kelly and Troy

Modern Asheville | Top Producers

Yeah! October was another great month. As we head toward the holidays know how grateful we are for our friends and clients who have made it another tremendous year for us here at Modern Asheville Real Estate. Cheers to you! Troy and Kelly

TODAY | Flea 4 Y’all at Pisgah Brewing

Hi Folks! It is a beautiful Fall day and you might just want to stroll by the Flea 4 Ya’ll out at Pisgah Brewing today and pick up some retro holiday decor and other cool things. Get the skinny HERE. Cheers!

Sunday Morning Modern

Kelly and I had the privilege of touring this home twice during construction right up until completion, along with, Elihu and Michael of Siegman Associates. As always, their ability to design with the site in mind stood out. The house flowed with the contours of the site both taking advantage of views and creating private garden spaces to maximize the indoor/outdoor living that we treasure here in WNC.

Carolina Home and Garden Magazine speaks to this in their article here. Pour some coffee and wander through this morning. And don’t forget the Beaverdam Art Tour later today. Cheers!

Asheville Home Builders Parade of Homes

Congrats to all the Designers, Builders and Craftspeople who won awards last night at the AHBA Awards Ceremony. There are lots of inspiring homes and work out there. Haven’t seen them yet? You still have this weekend for the Asheville Home Builder’s Association Parade of Homes. Get the skinny here. Cheers! 

Early Voting Begins

Today is the day folks! Early local voting begins so we hope that you will get out there and participate. This is your opportunity to have a voice no matter your view. Want to find out more on how and where? Go here for details. Cheers! Kelly and Troy

Fall Pop Up Shop

Stop by and visit our friends and their mindfully curated regional crafts people at their latest location in a cool new space in the River Arts District. For more information please go HERE.

Mid-Century Sustainable Design Lecture

“Not-So-Utopian Futures: Solar & Climate Architecture of the 1950s”.

We are excited to share with you this great opportunity. What can we learn from cutting edge, sustainable mid-century modern architecture? On Thursday evening, November 1, AIA Asheville and CASE, present a lecture, “Not-So-Utopian Futures: Solar & Climate Architecture of the 1950s”. Networking and refreshments 5:00pm, lecture to begin at 6:00pm

The lecture, by Daniel A. Barber, will discuss how solar house heating methods and techniques of climatic design were essential aspects of the global architectural discussion in the period surrounding World War II. These “techno-cultural” developments produced novel designs that emphasized the role of architecture as a practice to present new ideas to connect the built environment with the natural environment.

For more information go here. We hope to see you there. Cheers! Kelly and Troy