2450 Redmon Road Marshall, NC 28753
2450 Redmon Road

This property Closed on 01/19/17

  • MLS#: 3201823
  • Close Price: $559,000
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 3,315
  • Bed/Bath: 3/3
  • Approx. Acreage: 11.410
  • Half Bath: 1
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This Property Closed On 01/20/17

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Close Price: $559,000

Original Listing Price: $599,000

Community: Marshall List Date: 07/29/16

11.4 ac. Stunning private contemporary "DECK HOUSE" with cathedral ceilings wall of windows to enjoy the long ridge top panoramic mountain + river views! White oak floors, mahogany wood trim; 2 fireplaces, quartz kitchen c-tops with three sinks! Other building sites. 25 min. to Asheville, 5 min. to Marshall with cafes, music, arts & crafts. Previous WLOS HOME-of-the-WEEK; AERIAL VIDEO YouTube (paste in browser) https://goo.gl/93sqD6 Also, furnished GUEST CABIN & 25 more acres >MLS # 3168061

Listed by Ginny Lentz at North Asheville

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Asheville I-26 via Weaverville to Hwy 25-70 to Marshall. Pass Madison County HS, cont. 1.6 miles to LEFT on Little Pine Rd, go .9 mile, LEFT on Sweetwater (aka Redmon), go 1/4 mile, RIGHT at Redmon Rd. sign. Go 1/3 mile to private driveway on RIGHT, 2450 on mailbox. No RE sign. Go up. Follow arrows to DECK HOUSE then go to GUEST CABIN. AERIAL VIDEO YouTube : https://goo.gl/93sqD6 overlooking French Broad River with distant mountain views. Many other homesites with views.

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Property Features

Style:ContemporaryExterior Finish:Fiber Cement, Stone, WoodBasement/Foundation:SlabGarage/Carport:Attached Garage, Garage - 2 Car, Keypad Entry, Parking Space - 4+Floors:Laminate Wood, Tile, WoodWater:WellSewer:Septic TankPorch:Back, Balcony, Covered, Front, ScreenedStreet:RoadDrive:GravelYear Built:2005Tax Amount:$1746.00Subdivision:NoneInterior Features:Breakfast Bar, Built-Ins, Cathedral Ceiling(s), Kitchen Island, Open Floorplan, Pantry, Storage Unit, Vaulted Ceiling, Walk-In Closet(s), Window TreatmentsExterior Features:DeckLot Description:Fruit Trees, Green Area, Hilly, Level, Long Range View, Mountain View, Private, Sloping, Trees, Waterview, Wooded, Year Round View

Additional Information

Marshall is steeped in history. Use this link to learn more about this wonderful city: http://townofmarshall.org/?page=community. Also, while you are here, use this link to discover 100 Things to Do in Madison County: https://www.visitmadisoncounty.com/activities/100-things-to-do/. Includes white water, river, fly fishing, hiking, Mars Hill University…

Two small Madison County towns, Marshall and Hot Springs, have made the most of riverside living. Marshall, population 800, is the county seat and sits on the banks of the French Broad River some 20 miles north of Asheville. The area is rich with local history, as it was a key way station on the Buncombe Turnpike, an early trading route that ran from Tennessee though Western North Carolina to South Carolina.

Today, Marshall is an enclave of artists that's in the midst of a renaissance. There are dozens of local galleries and studios, including the epicenter of a a...Read More

Two small Madison County towns, Marshall and Hot Springs, have made the most of riverside living. Marshall, population 800, is the county seat and sits on the banks of the French Broad River some 20 miles north of Asheville. The area is rich with local history, as it was a key way station on the Buncombe Turnpike, an early trading route that ran from Tennessee though Western North Carolina to South Carolina.

Today, Marshall is an enclave of artists that's in the midst of a renaissance. There are dozens of local galleries and studios, including the epicenter of local arts: Marshall High Studios, a former high school on Blannerhassett Island in the middle of the river that's connected to downtown by a bridge.

The building, which dates to 1925, was renovated and reopened in 2007 as a home for 28 studios. In addition to hosting working artists who specialize in numerous different media, the 28,000-square-foot facility has regular classes, exhibitions and hosts performances.

Marshall's Main Street offers other signs of the town's unique blend of old and the new. There's a bookstore and numerous cafes, galleries, antique shops and eateries. Hovering above it all is the historic, cupola-domed county courthouse, which was built in 1906 and designed by the famed architect Richard Sharp Smith.

One Main Street mainstay is The Depot, an old-timey general store. It's a great community shopping spot that doubles as a performance venue on Friday nights, when local musicians strike up a soundtrack of traditional bluegrass and country music. Music can also be heard at the town's regular French Broad Fridays, a series of free outdoor concerts.

Several other local institutions keep Marshall's art scene humming. The Madison County Arts Center, also on Main Street, presents regular exhibitions of both traditional and contemporary art.

A couple of blocks away is the French Broad Institute (Of Time & and the River), aka "The FBI," which was opened in 2007 in a former Methodist church that was built back in 1912. Run by a collective of volunteers, the FBI's unique mission is "to serve the community of Marshall and surrounding areas by providing a forum for curated collaborations, multidisciplinary performances" and function as "an investigative think tank for reimagining the relationship between traditional and avant-garde arts, and between the time-based arts and the natural sciences."

Another of Marshall's unconventional centers is the Prama Institute, a nonprofit holistic retreat just a mile from downtown. Founded in 2005, the institute hosts workshops, seminars, yoga classes, spiritual gatherings and other events, as is available for rent. On the near horizon, it plans to expand into an eco-village with an organic farm.

Community Amenities

Nearby Activities

  • Fly Fishing
  • Running
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Entertainment
  • Art/Culture

Ginny Lentz

Beverly-Hanks & Associates

North Asheville

Email: ginnylentz@beverly-hanks.com
Office: (828) 251-1800
Direct: (828) 779-9898

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