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23 Rankin Avenue #302 in Asheville

Live Abundantly at 23 Rankin Avenue #302 in Asheville

MLS# 3737050 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 4,852 Square Feet | $2,995,000

Discover luxury living above it all in the heart of Downtown Asheville!

This beautifully renovated industrial condo embodies a blend of modern and turn-of-the-century architecture with intimate city and mountain views. Step into this exquisite home and take in the original exposed brick, beautiful Biltmore Estate hemlock floors, unique built-ins, steel beams, and floor-to-ceiling wood trusses that create a relaxed urban feel. 

Entertain in the chef’s kitchen, complete with leathered granite countertops and a spacious island with breakfast bar. The contemporary space boasts thoughtful details such as a wine rack, Electolux stove, Thermador fridge with cabinetry facade, suspended stainless steel hood above the stove, and built-ins. With a spacious dining area adjacent to the kitchen, this space is perfect for cooking and entertaining.

Relax in the bright, inspiring living area with city and mountain views from every window. Or settle in for a movie in the home theater in the raised den. Take the custom staircase with wrought iron railings by B&R Welding and hickory stringer stairs by Jack Plemmons. At the top, you’ll find a semi-circular concept upper level with two bedrooms, two spa-inspired bathrooms, and a laundry hallway.

But that’s not all you’ll discover. The upper level accesses a private 2,035-square-foot deck with breathtaking city and mountain views. This is the luxury urban oasis you’ve dreamed of!


Featured in The New York Times

This stunning home at 23 Rankin Avenue #302 in Asheville was featured alongside two others in yesterday’s edition of The New York Times’ “What You Get” real estate column. Each home has roughly the same asking price, but is located in a different part of the country. The $3-million homes featured also included a Colonial Revival house with a pond in Greenwich, Connecticut, and a Gilded Age showplace in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that was once a city art museum.

“We’re honored to have the opportunity to represent this fantastic property,” said Todd Kaderabek, Beverly-Hanks co-listing agent for the property. “I read ‘What You Get’ every week and find it fascinating to compare inventory in our region to that of other areas. We’re thrilled to be included, as are the sellers.”

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About Asheville

With a population of 90,000+, Asheville is the largest city in both Buncombe County and Western North Carolina. Asheville serves as the area’s economic and cultural nerve center in many ways, including as a hub for education, healthcare, local arts and crafts, entertainment, and innovative food and drink. The four-season temperate climate with average snowfall of only 13 inches makes year-round living easy, and the broad range of elevations and corresponding climates and plant growth (both in town and around the area) make it one of the most biodiverse in the United States and the world.

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Contact Julie Smith and Todd Kaderabek for More Info

Real estate is about so much more than four walls and a roof. It’s about how a community really lives. It’s about a lifestyle. We want to help you Live Abundantly in WNC. Contact Beverly-Hanks agents Julie Smith and Todd Kaderabek about living the luxury lifestyle in Downtown Asheville, NC.

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interior layout of 23 Rankin Avenue #302 in Asheville

About the Beverly-Hanks Luxury Marketing Program

As Western North Carolina’s luxury market leader, we at Beverly-Hanks recognize that even our most experienced agents need support to execute a successful sale in today’s complex market. Our Luxury Marketing Program provides sellers with a personalized marketing plan designed specifically for their luxury home. The package is delivered through the cooperation of your Beverly-Hanks agent and our experienced Luxury Marketing Specialist, Sandra Alguire.

Contact your Beverly-Hanks agent today about how the Luxury Marketing Program can work for you.

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