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The exterior of a home for sale in Asheville, NC. The one-story house is blue with a large front porch.

The large, flat yard has potential for gardening + landscaping and could be fenced-in for pets.

Photo provided by Reese Real Estate, Inc.

Meet 27 Pilgrims Path Ln., a modern-mountain farmhouse currently for sale with Reese Real Estate, Inc.

Located just eight miles from downtown Asheville and coming in at 1,258 sqft, this 3 BD, 2 BA energy-efficient and easily-maintained home in Agape Acres features:

  • An open-concept design
  • A spacious kitchen with a long breakfast bar
  • Lots of natural light
  • Front and back porches
  • Unmatched mountain views

Did we mention the majestic elk on the adjoining farm?

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