This house is a really cute, one room tiny house. It's cozy and charming, with everything you need for a quiet retreat alone or as a romantic getaway with someone special. The house is in rural Fairview, just 10 minutes from downtown Asheville. It is 5 minutes from the major intersection of I-40 and I-240, which goes everywhere in and around Asheville, and also 5 minutes from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway
One room tiny house with 2 porches for great, small indoor and outdoor space. The shaded front porch has a table and chairs, and hand made wooden bench seating. In back of the house is a private, enclosed deck with a 2 person hammock where you can lie in the sun, or under the stars at night. Inside is charming and cozy with quilt and pillow covered full size bed, and small table and chairs, plus a desk area, and kitchenette, with mini fridge, microwave, toaster oven and coffee maker. The space around the house including the porch and a small ivy covered yard, is fenced in, so dogs can be enclosed around the house.
Everything you need for a relaxing getaway alone, or with another person, close enough to pop into Asheville, or just enjoy the local Fairview restaurants, coffee bar, and stores, all within 2 miles of the house. Fairview is a rural community just outside of Asheville surrounded by mountains, with great access to everything.
I want to note that one review said the internet didn't come in well in the house. At the time that person stayed here, there was no internet in the house, although you could get it in the driveway from another house, and at that time it wasn't listed as being available in the description. Since then I have installed wi-fi, so now there is connectivity in the house.
The space itself is private, and complete, and you also have access to the community garden just outside, where you can sit and watch the chickens, as well as birds, butterflies and hummingbirds, surrounded by the mountains. In the garden I grow organic vegetables for salad, that you are welcome to pick and eat when they are in season.
The property has 5 small, unique houses, circling the gravel parking area. I live in one, and rent the others. Each house is separated by privacy fencing, so they are not visible from the others, although you should keep noise down after dark, so no one is disturbed.
I put in the listing that I have pets, but they are not in the house, they do sometimes hang out in the yard outside. They are one mini-dachshund, and 2 grey cats. (there is also a black cat that belongs to a neighbor, who I occasionally see.) One of my chickens also often gets out and is pretty friendly in a shy way. (The cats are pretty shy too)
This house can be rented in combination with another house on the property for larger groups. The 3 houses can hold up to 14 people.
I love animals, and allow you to bring your pet, but keep in mind that it is a very small space, so use your own judgement about whether your pets will fit comfortably in it.