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Mountain Bungalow Vacation Rental in Laurel Park, Hendersonville, NC

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Mary T's Mountain Place

Mary T has loved this home as her vacation place, now you can too!
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Rent this charming bungalow in Historic Laurel Park, NC. Just 1 mile from Downtown Hendersonville.
This 3 bedroom, 3 bath home is quaint and adorable with a true mountain feel. This is the perfect mountain get-a-way, private, yet close to all the wonderful stores and great restaurants in Laurel Park and Downtown Hendersonville.
This home is decorated in an artistic, casual and comfortable way yet with all the amenities one would expect. Sit in the glass sunroom/dining area overlooking the rhododendron and native plantings, or relax on the covered back porch or take a swing in the Hammock. This bungalow is perfect for the large family, sleeps up to 8, has two different living areas, and extra sleeping areas for the kids downstairs. The covered backporch is huge with plenty of area to grill out, swing in the hammock and relax on the couch. Downstairs is a covered mountain stone terrace area with Adirondack chairs and a picnic table.
Laurel Park started as a thriving tourist town in the 20's, with folks spending the summer months in this mild climate, basking in the sun and drinking from the many natural springs that are abundant in the area. Jump Off Rock, with its amazing views and challenging trails will make you understand why so many folks visit this area. There is a great park within walking distance, complete with a unique childrens’ play area as well as covered gazebo and walking trail. Laurel Park is just 20 minutes from the Biltmore Estate. 5 min. from the Carl Sandburg Home, 5 min. from the Flat Rock Playhouse, 20 min. from Dupont State Forest. 30 min. from Chimney Rock and Lake Lure. 15 min. from the Asheville Regional Airport

Weekly Rental - Discounted Price - $900/wk
Call Cindy Bock at 828.606.1957 for details


Town of Laurel Park History.

The late 1800's was the beginning of what is now the Town of Laurel Park. Dotted with summer cottages, inns, camps, bungalows and recreation areas around the lakes on the lower slopes of Echo Mountain, drew folks to the cool mountains. By 1903, a rail line had been built up Fifth Avenue in Hendersonville to bring day-trippers and summer visitors to Rainbow Lake to enjoy swimming, boating, dancing, camping, and gambling at the Laurel Park Casino. Later, another rail line and a canal connected Rainbow Lake with Laurel Lake (Rhododendron Lake), and a counter-balanced railway took sightseers from Crystal Spring (near Rainbow Lake) to an observation tower for views of downtown Hendersonville and near and distant mountains. Laurel Park has natural springs, small lakes and numerous small waterfalls and streams.

Historic Downtown Hendersonville is just 1 mile from Laurel Park. Excellent shopping, antiques, art galleries, childrens museum, food, pubs, entertainment and more.

I would be glad to introduce you to our area. Call me and we can get started. 828-606-1957



Shirley Walker

Is this property available for nightly rental and if so is it available September 1 to September 3, 2012? What is the nightly cost?


Thank you,

Shirley Walker

Aug 27, 2012 12:59 AM