Enchanting 1920's storybook French Tudor on beloved White Oak Rd...The oldest and "friendliest" street in Biltmore Forest. Historical turn-key home with so many architectural delights and swoon-worthy old house details. Antique cast iron casement windows, original hardwoods, plaster walls, high ceilings, built-ins, vintage sconces and hardware. Copper gutters, chimney caps, collectors, flashing and downspouts. Surprisingly flowing floor plan with several gathering areas on main level. Expansive sun room opens to equally expansive terrace for delightful outdoor living/entertaining space. (Not to mention the sweetest 3rd floor bunk room you've ever seen). Low maintenance grounds and circular drive add to the appeal. C'est magnifique!
There work looks amazing! We had a very oddly shaped yard and these guys definitely worked their magic. Very meticulous and take great pride in their work. I highly recommend Propertyline!Cristy Stevenson
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