Designed as a luxury private residence for the Jackson family in 1905, this home is listed on the ‘National Registry of Historic Places.’ Designed by Richard Sharp Smith, supervising architect for the ‘Biltmore House,’ it has been thoughtfully renovated and maintained to preserve its original charm. From the foyer to the gracious living spaces on all three floors, natural light beams in through original wavy-glass windows. It is completely updated with modern conveniences, including a gourmet kitchen and luxurious baths. The guest house is also completely renovated, and has potential for rental income. Both exteriors are newly painted. Traditional gardens provide year round interest, especially when butterflies arrive! Ample off-street parking. Just .8 miles to the vibrant DT scene, the home is nestled on a hill in a quiet section in Montford, AVL’s most historic neighborhood. Close to Montford Park, Tennis/Basketball courts, Reed Creek Greenway, and UNCA/Botanical Gardens & trails.