Iconic 1907 Arts & Crafts Keyhole House Pending Sale in Asheville, NC
$995,000 | Built 1907 | 3,477 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 0.21 Acres
34 Cumberland Circle, Asheville, North Carolina, United States, 28801
Originally constructed in 1907, the Asian-flared Arts and Crafts style Keyhole House is one of the most recognizable homes in the Montford Historic District of Asheville, North Carolina. Pending sale after hitting the market for $995,000, the Keyhole House offers many original details such as the crafted chandelier, wall sconces, curved radiator, and stained glass doors. Unusual for its time, the large living and dining room areas are designed as an open concept with the keyhole room as its own oasis. A relaxing patio, fire pit, and fenced yard are perfect places to wind down. The listing details state that there are two separate apartments upstairs with an exterior entrance which have been utilized as successful HomeStay short-term rentals. The Keyhole House is pending sale and on the market for $995,000 with Peggy Crowe of Coldwell Banker Realty. Photography and information found on the agent’s listing.
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