USA North Carolina Western North Carolina Hendersonville Listing #100647

Mountain Seclusion Lower - Hendersonville, NC

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Max. occupancy: 4 1 queen bed, 1 double sofa bed 0 bedrooms 1 bathroom No pets 
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Secluded mountain-view rustic studio with patio & firepit

Escape from daily life and treat yourself to a secluded getaway at this well-appointed, lower-level studio! Even though you are in a private location away from the hustle and bustle, you still can find great attractions within 10 miles, including the Mineral & Lapidary Museum, Jackson Park, Western North Carolina Air Museum, Bill Moore Community Park, Hendersonville Country Club, and Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards.

This rustic studio is perfect for couples and solo travelers looking for a cozy place to stay. Gather around the firepit for some storytelling or curl up on the sofa and watch a movie on the smart TV. There is no kitchen, but the mini-fridge will keep your snacks and goodies fresh while the microwave will help you with your snacks. A coffee maker is provided as well for your daily cup of coffee. This studio also features a convenient dining table, an air-conditioning unit, and a pristine bathroom.

Things to Know
This lower retreat has studio bedroom with a queen bed and full-size pull-out futon
The internet bandwidth at this home is limited and not ideal for streaming or video conferencing.
This property is managed by Vacasa North Carolina LLC.

You must be 25 years or older to rent this property.


Heating & cooling

Central AC

Partial AC

Kitchen & dining




Mountain view





Netflix streaming



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