Iconic mountain farmhouse nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains. This recently renovated artist’s home is the perfect balance of contemporary design and rustic charm with local artwork and antiques throughout. A clear, bold mountain creek runs a stones throw from the front door filling the entire environment with the calm, soothing sounds of rushing water. Surrounded by a large yard and forest lands, the house offers outdoor enthusiasts a sanctuary of sounds and sights.
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The Farmhouse at a glance…
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The farmhouse is located in the Pensacola community, south of Burnsville nestled in the Black Mountain chain in the shadow of Mount Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Rockies. Located approx 8 miles south of Burnsville, where you’ll discover live music, libations, art, shops, coffee, casual & fine dining.
The area is rich in outdoor activities for all ages, from hiking, white water rafting, tubing, kayaking, gem mining, horse back riding and more. Approx 50 minutes to the south is the city of Asheville which has been called the ‘Paris of the South’.
Within a 50 minute drive you can explore the urban excitement of Asheville with its buzzing art scene featuring hundreds of fine artists, performing arts venues, crafters, folk artists and numerous galleries. Asheville’s vibrant food scene is diverse and runs the gamut from four-star cuisine to unique food trucks and the beer scene boasts the most breweries per capita of any U.S. city.
Perfect Mountain Getaway My daughter found this perfect property for celebrating her 16th birthday! It was all that she hoped for and more. The communication was wonderful and thorough. The property was immaculate and well stocked. We felt right at home and enjoyed every minute! We will definitely be back! Thanks so much!!Anna H. 11/16/2021
Beautiful Mountain Fall Colors We loved the Yellow Farmhouse, full of modern amenities with a quaint farmhouse feel.
We came here during peak (or close to peak) leaf peeping season. The colors of the mountain views were breathtaking.
Not real close but close enough to both great hiking and Asheville which made it quite diverse in things to do.
There was great communication from the owner which was really appreciated. There was a bridge out to get to Burnsville, which Google Maps knows nothing about. John pointed out the temporary one lane bridge with great illustrations on how to find it. All in all, great place, we would definitely stay here again.
This is a beautiful property, and we had a delightful and relaxing weekend here. The beds were comfy, the kitchen had everything you needed, and listening to the brook in the front yard is a great way to fall asleep. Only thing I would warn is that you definitely won't have cell service at the (Website hidden by Airbnb) make sure you right down the door code so you can get in!Diana 10/11/2021
The Iconic Yellow Farmhouse is my favorite place I’ve stayed anywhere! The historic charm and the idyllic setting were perfect for a fall mountain weekend. The rushing stream outside was the most amazing sound to fall asleep to! The house is wonderfully clean and well kept and had everything we could have needed. If I could, I’d rate it with a million stars - to match all the stars you can see from the backyard at night!Mary 10/03/2021