Historic character, quality construction, classic design, and exceptional location set the “Old Penney’s Building” condominiums apart. Designed by architects Richard Sharp Smith and Albert Keith Carrier and built between 1923 and 1925, the building underwent extensive renovations in 2000 led by Julian Price and Public Interest Projects. The resulting mixed-use project created a relatively small number of special condominiums on the upper floors. This quiet, top floor, corner unit, offers terrific volume, with high ceilings and tall palladian windows, filling the spaces with natural light and views. Recent updates and an open floor plan with defined spaces fit a modern lifestyle. Enjoy the open-air balcony or, for unobstructed city and mountain views, retreat to the rooftop terrace. With an ideal downtown location, all the best of Asheville is literally out your front door. Historic status of the building reduces property taxes. 3D Tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=24wVgKsyRu9
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