SOLD | Built 1926 | 17,569 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 15 Baths | 1 Acre
259 Midland Drive, Asheville, North Carolina, United States, 28804
Sited on a fully gated one-acre lot in Asheville, North Carolina, this 1926 brick Georgian mansion has sold for $5.1 million after hitting the market in January for $5.87 million. This beautiful home offers custom mahogany cabinetry, a Creston whole-house audio/video system, a fifteen-seat theatre, an indoor natatorium complete with a heated tile pool & heated spa, a 1920s fully functioning ice cream bar, and two full bath dressing rooms. Outside you’ll find a full outdoor pavilion with a complete kitchen and seating for 12, a stone gas fireplace, and an outdoor patio for 32 guests. There are also extensive gardens, a koi pond, a bronze fountain and waterfall, an irrigation system, and lighting on the estate grounds. This beautiful home also offers a domed observatory with 360-degree rotation to stargaze and 2,100-feet of terraces to view Mt. Pisgah and Cold Mountain. Other luxury amenities include whole house security, automatic fire sprinkler system, full house water filtration system, generator, climate-controlled 1000-bottle wine cellar, exercise room, Scandinavian steam sauna, and a 6-car garage. This 1926 Georgian mansion was on the market for $5.87 million with Marilyn Wright of Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.