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Situated on upper Robinhood Road,this gracious and very private home sits on 2.24 acres surrounded by a 100 acre conservation land trust. Just ten minutes from downtown Asheville,this residence features multiple outdoor spaces to enjoy family and company meals,gardens and nature. The home,created by Architect Mark Sinsky,was designed to cascade down the mountainside,offering views of downtown Asheville and long range views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Mt Pisgah as the centerpiece. The home has been the subject of a thoughtful four-year upgrade.

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Listed by Barb Fiedler of Preferred Properties

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