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61 Creekside View Drive Asheville, NC 28804 MLS ID#: 3639844

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Pinebrook Farms is a very well-kept, upscale neighborhood in a rural setting, just 15 minutes from downtown Weaverville and Asheville NC, and a few minutes' drive to nearby shopping, dining and recreation. The neighborhood gives a nod to simpler times, when neighbors looked out for neighbors, and enjoyed socializing and showing off their front yards. Pinebrook farms comprises a selection of single-family homes, townhomes and duplex homes, ranging in size from around 1200SF to well over 3,000 SF, most in the Arts and Crafts style, fitting for the architecture of Asheville NC, which also includes the second most Art Deco style properties in the country, after Miami, FL. There will be 127 residences in total, with only a handful of lots left.

Featured Home: 61 Creekside View Drive, Asheville, NC 28804

Priced below July appraisal. Entertainers delight, feels like a single family brand new home, without the maintenance.

Reems Creek sits below both decks in this Arts and Crafts immaculate large townhome, with 4 beds and 4.5 baths. Low monthly HOA covers outside paint, roof, yard, community heated pool, fitness center, clubhouse, trails, Cabana with outdoor grill area and more.

Large owners suite with lighted stain glass double vanity and delightful shower. Dumb waiter to lower level. On demand tankless water, lots of detail throughout, including an art glass backsplash.

Fireplace warms on cooler nights, and the partially covered deck on main for outdoors sits over a huge covered porch on the lower level, overlooking the river. Thermador appliances in the kitchen and honed natural edge granite. Well-kept upscale neighborhood of Pinebrook Farms, just 15 minutes from downtown Weaverville and Asheville NC

“Seller Says” -

I love Asheville and Weaverville! We are 20 minutes to downtown Asheville, where there are multiple music venues, dining of all types and nationalities, and plentiful shopping at unique stores and many street fairs and juried craft venues. In Weaverville, a charming small town only 10 minutes away, there are restaurants like Glass Onion, Well-Bred Bakery and Cafe, Twisted Laurel, and the long-time locally owned favorite Stoney Knob Cafe.

There are shops and a quick entry to the Blue Ridge Parkway. On the Parkway are loads of hiking trails and gorgeous scenery.

The French Broad River flows through Asheville, and there is ample canoeing, kayaking, or tubing with Zen Tubing. A short drive takes you to white water rafting, with Blue Heron Whitewater or Big Bear Rafting. Not far are Chimney Rock State Park, Grandfather Mountain or Mount Mitchell.

Asheville has all types of restaurants, from the elegant Grove Park Inn and Biltmore House dining rooms (Deerlake at Biltmore has an incredible buffet at Easter and Thanksgiving), to casual but exceptional dining like Chestnut, Tupelo Honey, FarmBurger, or Bar-B-Que at Luella's. In nearby Marshall is the Star Diner, a small venue with a prize-winning chef, featured on the cover of Our State Magazine three months ago. Whatever you are looking for is available

Excellent grocery stores are nearby and plentiful. 7 minutes away is a new Publix in Weaverville. 15 minutes away are Trader Joe's, Fresh Market and Harris Teeter's in North Asheville.

I met some neighbors at an OLLI class at UNCA on Aging in Community when I was just considering Asheville for full-time retirement. They were friendly and explained the many benefits of this great place. One of the most special things about my area is OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) at the UNCA campus 10 minutes from my neighborhood. Nationally ranked as a resource for seniors, I have taken classes on art, yoga, history and local places (Asheville on the Cheap, led by a Pinebrook Farm neighbor!). You can also join groups to play bridge or canasta, learn photography, engage in lively discussions on politics or world affairs.

I love the four seasons, but I don't find the winters too cold: we generally get 2 or 3 snowfalls which only last a couple of days but are truly magical. Spring is spectacular, summer is mild, and fall is again spectacular. Just driving on the Parkway or up to Blowing Rock when the rhododendrons are in bloom or the fall foliage is al its height makes me glad to have found my mountain home!

There is a serenity to the mountains, and our home is on Reems Creek, so we hear the rushing stream from our two porches and a sunroom or walk the mile-long trail alongside the creek. While a townhome, our house shares only the garage and laundry room on the common wall, and our whole neighborhood is delightfully quiet: no traffic noise to muffle the birdsong everywhere.

I wanted to take up stained glass, so I have gone to John Campbell Folk School for classes. I also took a pottery class at Arrowmont, near Gatlinburg. Friends have done glass-blowing, chair caning, dulcimer building and playing, gourd art, mosaic, tempera and watercolor, in the many area classes offered, including the community programs at AB-Tech.

Pinebrook Farms is the most wonderful neighborhood I can imagine. I moved in February, and two days later it snowed. I came out of my house to find the Neighborhood Elves had shoveled my driveway! We have wonderful social events at our clubhouse and pool. Even during Covid time, we had a great Art & Garden Walk in June (open backyard and outside art displays by our talented gardeners and artists) and will enjoy an outdoor socially-distanced

concert with some great local musicians on the lawn near the clubhouse in August. People look out for one another (meal trains after surgery, neighborhood bank of equipment and tools to borrow) but do not intrude.

Utility bills are reasonable, with Duke Energy, Woodfin Water & Sewer, and Dominion Natural Gas. Ours run around $250 all together on average.

The interior of our home is exquisite: tall ceilings, stone gas log fireplace, lighted stained-glass countertop and heated floor in master bath, artisan-constructed glass tiles as kitchen backsplash, extensive Craftsman detailing and grasscloth or beadboard under the chair moldings, and lots of space for entertaining. Inside can seat 18, porch 8. Thermador appliances are top drawer. A great party house and perfect for family get-togethers, as each of the four bedrooms has an en-suite full bath!

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