Yeah! This week we closed on this one-of-a-kind, mid-century modern home by notable architect Bert King located in the desirable Grove Park neighborhood of North Asheville on behalf of our sellers. The home has great architectural lines on the exterior with versatile spaces on the interior. Want to see more? Check out the tour here. And please give us a call to help you sell your modern, mid-century, ranch or vintage home. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
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Yeah! Another exciting new listing we are launching today. Here is a rare opportunity to own this one-of-a-kind, mid-century modern home by notable architect Bert King located in the desirable Grove Park neighborhood of North Asheville. The home has great architectural lines on the exterior with versatile spaces on the interior. There are three bedrooms upstairs with two bonus rooms downstairs. There is both a living room and family room with fireplaces. The home’s kitchen and roof were recently updated. It sits privately above the street on a generous lot with a two car carport. This is a cool one!
Want to see more? Check the tour out here. Or give us a call for information and/or a personal tour. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
Sweet! With our network of Bert King fans and real estate buyers we were able to bring Seller and Buyer together on one of our favorite little mid-century homes in the Grove Park Country Club neighborhood. We are so pleased for both of our clients and their passion for maintaining these style of homes.
Kelly and I were chosen to be representatives for the Preservation Society of Asheville & Buncombe County. Their yearly calendar acknowledges various people involved in local preservation efforts. As champions of mid-century and modern homes and buildings we were selected. Here we are pictured inside a well-preserved 1955 Bert King mid-century home in the Grove Park neighborhood. For more information and ways you can help go to psabc.org. Cheers and Happy Holidays!
Kelly, myself and the AIA team want to share a BIG, BIG “Thank You” for the homeowners who allowed us and the public to enjoy their unique and beautiful homes this past Thursday. Kelly estimates we had over 200 appreciative people come through the Bert King designed homes. Energetically, it was a huge success. Thank you Sally, Chris, Lucy, Bill, Bryson and Kelly. We all appreciate how you are preserving a special legacy for our community. Cheers to you!
Our April Mixer is tonight folks and comes in the form of a stroll! Co-sponsored by AIA Asheville and Modern Asheville Real Estate the Stroll will consist of three 1950’s era Bert King designed homes in the Grove Park Country Club neighborhood for one evening only. This includes Bert King’s own home where he lived for decades. The tour is in honor of AIA’s National Architect’s Week honoring talented architects who’ve made positive contributions to our communities. You won’t want to miss it. Go here to see the details or print out the below image/flyer which will be provided at the stroll. There are no tickets. Just show up. We look forward to seeing you along the way. Cheers!
Homes are at: 222 Country Club, 15 Grovewood and 5 Northwood. We would suggest starting at either 222 Country Club or 5 Northwood. Please park on streets and not in driveways. Walking between 222 Country Club and 15 Grovewood is easy. 5 Northwood is walkable, but uphill so you may choose to drive.
At last! We have a mini home tour coming your way next month. Co-sponsored by AIA Asheville and Modern Asheville Real Estate the Stroll will consist of three 1950’s era Bert King designed homes in the Grove Park Country Club neighborhood for one evening only. This includes Bert King’s own home where he lived for decades. The tour is in honor of AIA’s National Architect’s Week honoring talented architects who’ve made positive contributions to our communities. You won’t want to miss it. Go here to see the details and sign up to get important updates. We look forward to seeing you along the way. Cheers!
Kelly and I just placed buyer clients into this 1955 Bert King designed home in the Grove Park Country Club area of North Asheville. The home had been lovingly restored by the previous owners and admirers of Bert King’s work. I’ll save a story for the future and let our buyers settle in, but I was excited to share these great photos of the home today.
Built in 1964 | Design by J. Bertram King and Charles M. Sapenfield
The construction of the Warren Wilson Presbyterian Church and College Chapel was made possible by a matching gift from an anonymous donation and contributions from friends of the college, church members and alumni. Local materials were used as much as possible. Stone was hauled from nearby Bee Tree Valley by student work crews and the walnut wood for the cross in the chancel came from the college forest. The cross was designed and made by Hardy Davidson, a neighbor and Farm School alumnus. The design of the structure points upward and the many triangles are used to represent the trinity. In 1968 the North Carolina Institute of Architects gave J. Bertram King Architects an honorary award for the design.
Want to see more of Bert King’s work? Visit our Pinterest page on him here. Cheers!
I happened to be showing a property to one of our clients yesterday when I found myself in front of this beauty in the Grovewood Park neighborhood of Asheville. It is one of our team’s favorites, but I don’t often get to drive by it. NC Modernist Homes confirms it is a Bert King designed home. It is a few blocks away from Bert’s own 1950’s home on Country Club drive. Tax records show this one was built in 1954 for Ray and Francella Poston. The home is approximately 1958 sqft with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with a rare flat roof. The home’s original landscape was designed by Doan Ogden. Cheers!
Prior to having dinner last night at a Bert King designed residence on Town Mountain Rd, I drove by to see the remodeling progress of the former Lerner House built in 1969 and designed by local architect Larry Traber. The home’s exterior walls, designed in the style of a mansard roof, have been removed and the center section has a second level added to take advantage of the dramatic views of Asheville beyond.
The home is located in Sunset Mountain, one of Asheville’s premiere mid-century neighborhoods located off of Town Mountain Rd where there are currently two mid-century homes for sale.
This home is one of our favorites at Modern Asheville Real Estate. Located close to the Asheville Country Club this Bert King designed home was constructed in 1962 for John and Susan Barber. The home is approximately 3200 sqft and was last sold in the summer of 2013. To see more of our favorite mid-century homes visit our board on Pinterest. Cheers! Troy