It’s almost the last Sunday of the month and time for all things vintage, hand-made and cool. We will be at the Asheville Outlet Mall‘s outdoor venue for the day. That means you can spend a day in bargain heaven bringing home both the old and new. Go HERE for the details and come see Kelly and myself for the latest in real estate news and shopping. We hope to see you. Cheers!
This article came to us through one of our design feeds. Given our local culture’s knack for recycling and reusing items in new ways we thought this a clever and sophisticated option for privacy and sun screening. Check in out here and enjoy! Kelly and Troy
Yeah! Another sweet listing sold this past week. The original Sears Kit Home retained all the original character and charm and was well located in West Asheville. Here is what the seller’s said about us: Troy and Kelly were fantastic partners in the sale of our house! We were out-of-town owners and we completely trusted their counsel. They navigated through the entire process professionally and thoughtfully and were extremely responsive. They clearly have a thorough understanding of the local market and have all the solid contacts necessary to make things happen when needed. We would have not hesitation to recommend Troy and Kelly and us them again if the need arises. Cheers! Troy and Kelly
Good Morning Folks! Don’t forget the Big Crafty is today. Go HERE for info. Cheers!
As you all know there is a ton of discussion on climate change. Regardless of your beliefs your choices affect your personal health and your wallet to start before rippling out to your communities both locally and globally. It is worth a minute to explore how we can take personal responsibility in our own lives and with our homes.
This chart shows us a few considerations for the home, but goes beyond into our food and transportation choices. For a more direct and deeper look at your house go to this article for tips on reducing your climate impact. We appreciate you!
Ceiling fans are always a topic of discussion when we tour homes with clients and one of the first things, along with light fixtures, to get changed out of homes to add a more modern aesthetic. Finding affordable options wasn’t always easy, but finding options with clean lines is easier today. One of our modern news and shopping feeds sent us this link at 2Modern. We thought they pulled together a nice assortment of options. So, stay cool as you stay cool in your home. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
Cool and convenient, one-level atomic rancher just out Beaverdam Rd in North Asheville. This unique home blends original details with an updated modern kitchen. Original baths ready for your TLC. Main spaces, bedrooms and baths all on one easy level with a sunken family room, den or studio to adapt to your needs. Easy open and sunny yard for a variety of lifestyles. Walkable to park. Mountain views from your front window. Short drive to amenities. Call us for more details and enjoy the tour here. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
We all enjoy living in Asheville partly because of our relationship with nature. While trees and forest are easy to find water isn’t always in our backyard. Here is a nice article from our Houzz feed that showcases some simple and modern ways to add water to your home landscape. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
Kelly and I are super excited to bring these brand new homes to the marketplace. The new modern cottages are designed by local Rusafova Markulis Architects. Simplicity meets warmth and charm in these efficient homes that are located near downtown Black Mountain. The Danish modern styling captures a light and clean aesthetic. The kitchen comes with all appliances you need and your master bedroom is located on the main floor. With no rental restrictions the homes have great investment potential. Homes will be complete this month, along with, landscaping. See them today!
Hi Folks! If you haven’t yet voted for your pick for the George Matsumoto People’s Choice Awards please do so HERE. Thanks to our friends at North Carolina Modernist Houses for sponsoring this yearly event. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
Built in 2003 the cool, cantilevered home lives lightly in the woods of Fairview. Simple, yet dramatic, the home was originally designed by local architects and is perched to both nest in the trees and take advantage of mountain views. The open living space features cool concrete floors that also provide radiant heat. The entire home is designed with efficiency in mind from layout to utilities. The home is only 11 miles from the center of Asheville.
Give us a call for more information or details. In the meantime enjoy the tour here. Cheers! Kelly and Troy