Stop by this Saturday the 23rd at our Open House hosted by broker Natalie Malis. This newer, convenient and efficient one level bungalow is walkable to Haywood Road and the River Arts District. Built in 2009 this bungalow style home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths on one end and a large open great room on the other. Enter into your own private dog-friendly courtyard. This home shares a driveway, parking and community garden space where you can grow your own food if desired. For event details go here. Cheers!
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Yeah! This week Greg and Aubrie of Earthtone Builders closed on a sweet piece of mountain land to build their A-frame escape home. We are so happy for them and excited to watch their dream come to life. Cheers! Troy and Kelly
California Sunset | Andrea and Lucy fell immediately in love with this property given the hidden location and context. While the home’s foundation sits on an urban hillside walkable to restaurants and downtown, the elevation allows it to live in up in the natural environment reminiscent of their life in Northern California. Here they get to enjoy both the urban and natural world. Ultimately, the San Francisco couple took what was a fifties ranch home and elevated it on many levels — vertically, functionally and aesthetically.
The main level of the ranch home was maximized by combining functions and offering spaces that could be either offices or entertaining spaces using that Danish style simplicity, lightness and unity. All rooms were opened up inside and outside creating expansiveness and a needed relationship with nature. The upper level addition was key in the requirements to provide both a private guest space and more importantly a writer’s retreat in the clouds for Lucy.
The end result for Andrea and Lucy is an approachable and joyful modern home that marrys the urban and natural context while bringing their own relaxed northern California vibe to our mountains.
Our Asheville home market offers many housing options, but we don’t have everything at all times and currently inventory is low. As realtors we are the tip of the iceberg to a larger team of resources to help you buy, remodel or build your tailored and edited nest here in the mountains. Whether it’s scouting out the illusive architectural designed home, a retro ranch to remake or industrial loft or condo — we can help! Below are three properties currently on the market that we feel offer potential to “Make Your Modern” lifestyle in the mountains. Want more? Ask us!
Urban Mountain Home | Jonathan Bryant of Form Design Concept crafted this urban infill home to stand out in its West Asheville neighborhood. Refined and highly livable, this structure reflects modern Scandinavian mountain home designs. On the exterior, large spans of glass combine with rustic siding (reminiscent of Japanese “shou sugi ban”), integrating the home comfortably in its forested locale.
The interior living experience was carefully considered within the constraints of the tight urban lot. The lower entry is convenient to off-street parking and offers easy access for guests. The deck above floats in the trees while providing privacy from the street, and in the back, opens to a private covered patio enclosed by a fenced lawn for pets, play, and further escape from the public world. Window openings and light play to context from all directions to balance natural light with privacy.
Overall, the home provides a sleek luxury escape within a small urban footprint. The home was constructed by Steel Root Builders. Cheers! Troy and Kelly
Yeah! We are on the list again. We are very grateful to our community and clients that make it so rewarding to do business here. And thanks to the Kim Winters team for making our job easier. Cheers to you and everyone who helped make 2018 so great. Cheers! Kelly and Troy
Hi All. This week is our last call for submissions for our Modern Tour. The folks at the Atlanta Design Festival and Modern Asheville are partnering again to host the annual Architecture Tour in Asheville, NC on Saturday, June 1, 2019, 10am – 4pm. We are looking for 5-6 excellent contemporary and modern projects to showcase. Projects will be published in the MA Design is Human Book and Tour Guide.
Please include a description of the project including full address, architects, developers, designers, landscapers, etc. and photographers (if needed). Description should include special features and details of the home, LEED or Green features, plan design, any before and after information, etc. You can submit details HERE. Once the Design Festival folks receive your submission, MA! will reach out for photos and completion of the Tour contract.
Did you see last years tour? If not take a quick look here! Give us a call if you have any questions. Thanks for your interest. Cheers! Troy and Kelly
From Modern Asheville Real Estate | Yeah! I don’t know about you, but we leave 2018 feeling incredibly grateful for a successful year. 2019 promises some welcome changes in our world in support of our team. Kelly and I couldn’t be more excited. Our gratitude includes our life partners, friends and Modern Asheville community. Have a safe and loving holiday tonight and, as always, surround yourselves with those you love. Cheers from us! Kelly and Troy
We are pleased to bring this condo unit to the market place today. Great downtown Asheville turn-key investment offered with this cool, efficient and low maintenance condo in Rankin Press Lofts. Located in the heart of downtown just above coffee shops and restaurants this furnished condo is a ready to go investment as a short-term rental with great history. This loft style condo blends the best in historic and modern features mixing together brick walls and oak floors with stainless and concrete. The urban, industrial style home has 1 bedrooms, 1 bath and extra generous storage in basement.
Give Kelly and Troy a call for more information or to schedule a tour. In the meantime see the tour here. Cheers!
“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