265 Charlotte Street Columbus Cottage
Stunning English Manor-style cottage located on the historic Manor Inn property. THE original cottage on the Manor Grounds, Columbus was restored in 1992 w/ modern plbg, wiring, mechanicals. This late nineteenth-century gem has LR with charming bay window and FP/gas logs, large DR, kitchen w/ range, frig, DW, new vinyl (2011), 3BR/2BA, front porch, back porch, stack W/D provided, workshop in basement; lots of great architectural details. Beautiful, original clawfoot tub in upstairs bath. Reading nook upstairs. HW floors throughout. Ceiling fans in all 3 BRs and LR (2011). Historically accurate paint colors throughout. Central heat and AC. Small front garden only; no grass upkeep. Pets OK. Asheville City Schools. Offered by Owner/Landlord, Realtor/Broker. Special note: The origin of the name "Columbus", as quoted from Thomas Wadley Raoul in "The Family of Raoul" - "I remember when Father and I were staking out Columbus Cottage, and he was wondering if he could afford to build it, the mail was brought to him, and in it was a check for $1,400.00, a dividend from the Columbus (GA) Iron Works, just about the estimated cost of the cottage. Hence the name."
Charlotte Street north, right on Cherokee, left on Terrace Road, Columbus Cottage is on the far corner of the Manor Inn Apts.