$2,600,000 | Built 1909 | 8,256 Sq. Ft. | 12 Beds | 13 Baths | 0.73 Acres
86 Edgemont Road, Asheville, North Carolina, 28801, United States
Constructed in 1909 by local physician Dr. Carl V. Reynolds, this beautiful Neoclassical Revival residence served as his personal residence until 1920, when the property was sold and run as the Grove Park School for Girls, and later becoming a boarding house. In 1941 the property became the Albemarle Inn, a luxurious Bed & Breakfast, which is still in operation today. Renowned Hungarian Composer, Bela Bartok was a guest in 1943 during which time he composed the “Asheville Concerto.” The impressive Corinthian columns adorn the wide stone veranda which evokes the image of a southern mansion. This historic home offers meticulous craftsmanship that is seen throughout, from the grand oak-panelled staircase, expansive pocket doors, ornate details, and exterior gardens. This beautiful Asheville home is on the market for $2.6 million with Holly Martin of Sotheby’s International Realty.
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