Located in Asheville's Historic Montfort District, Apple-Wood Manor Inn, also referred to as the "Captain John A. Perry House" completed in 1912, is a colonial revival home designed by the versatile Asheville architect William Henry Lord. The foundation was laid by stonemasons who had previously worked on the Biltmore House and the exterior is executed in the New England shingle style uncharacteristic of the region. The Inn sits on a 1.5 acre knoll of rolling grass and huge old trees in a quiet neighborhood. Seven fireplaces, five balconies,huge common area, separate Cottage that is Pet friendly and true Southern hospitality by Larry (6 generations from Asheville/Buncombe County), Maggie the resident Silkie Terrier and Nancy.
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