Team Member Since 2017
If you’re looking for a professional real estate agent who offers a unique combination of education and real estate expertise, I’m here to put your needs first to help you achieve a successful home transaction.
I began my real est…Read More
I was drawn to the beautiful mountains and vibrant city of Asheville in 1997. I earned a degree in psychology from Wesleyan University and am a certified Waldorf teacher through Antioch University New England Graduate School.
What does the architectural style “Craftsman” really mean?
Originally, the term “Craftsman” referred to a home built from plans featured in Gustav Stickley’s early 20th century magazine, Craftsman. The term came to mean a home built under the Arts & Crafts influence, which rebelled against the excesses of the Victorian era. The style fell out of favor with the advent of the even more casual styles popular after World War II, but has since surged in popularity. Arts & Crafts is less a style and more an architectural approach. Arts & Crafts homes emphasize the use of natural materials, dominant fireplaces, large front porches or sunrooms, low pitched roofs, and open floor plans.