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Lexington Station Condo Guide
Lexington Station combines commercial levels and a systems-built residential portion with underground parking giving rise to the perfect mixed-use complex. It’s located in the heart of the South Slope District, putting residents within walking distance of the best of downtown Asheville’s amenities. And speaking of amenities, the one- and two-bedroom condos enjoy upmarket fittings, balconies, and other building niceties, such as outdoor plazas, beautifully landscaped areas, and 100 underground parking spaces.
Glazer Architecture, a pro-sustainability construction firm, built Lexington Station in 2007. So you can expect a bit of a ‘green’ vibe living in this traditional structure. The 2nd and 3rd (residential) levels benefited greatly from the project’s systems-built, modular construction—a smart approach to building aimed at reducing construction cost and waste. According to the contractor website, the modular multi-story, multi-family construction concept was the first in the Asheville area.
Housed within 1.7 acres are retail, restaurants, and commercial offices. Lexington Station is home to local and international brands to fulfill every need—whether you are looking to spruce up your home interior, spoil yourself or loved ones with gifts, or quench your ‘thirst.’ The building houses the renowned Storm Rhum Bar and Bistro, placing all the good stuff under one roof. There’s a host of other shopping, dining, recreational, and entertainment joints within walking distance.
In the middle of winter, when everything, including motivation, is frozen and rain is pouring, hitting the gym becomes a luxury. Thankfully, Lexington Station has a well-equipped indoor gym, ensuring you keep up with your fitness goals all year round and what’s more, attendance is well-organized for safety even during the pandemic. And as the city eases some COVID-19-related restrictions, Pure Wellness—located at 65 A Biltmore Ave—is just a few steps away. You can pop in after a tough day at work and do some yoga poses.
The one- and three-bedroom units range from 675 to 2020 square feet, with the two-bedroom ones having open and split floor plans, facilitating seamless access to the sitting area from the oppositely located bedrooms. The kitchen is nicely fitted with upscale stainless steel appliances and has sizeable breakfast bar. The granite countertops provide a nice, contrasting break from the hardwood floor styling and mahogany kitchen bar stools and cupboards.
The large balconies overlook S Lexington Ave. on one side and Church St. on the other. Just beside the kitchen is a laundry room and closet pantry. It’s fitted with a modern washer/dryer. As you enter the bedroom, you are greeted by a warm atmosphere—an extension of the homely vibe in the living room created by the traditional upholstery. The master suite has a walk-in closet, double-sink bathroom vanity, and a separate whirlpool bathtub.
Residential spaces are available for a minimum of 6 months. Each lease affords the holder access to one deeded parking spot and in-unit storage, and whether or not you can keep your pet is contingent upon the type of pet. Monthly HOA fees apply.
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Standard Appointments in Units
Below are some of the standard appointments, with some units being substantially upgraded at the time of construction or after.
Units in Lexington Station are subject to a 6 month minimum lease. Only Residential Owners and tenants in Residential Units may keep up to a total of two pets (but then only domestic dogs, cats or birds) in the Building without the permission of the Association Board, and then only so long as the keeping of such pets does not interfere with the rights or convenience of other Owners.
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Points of Interest
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If you enjoy supporting your local community, this is the restaurant for you. They serve great southern cooking that is locally resourced. A place to savor every bite and catch-up with the neighbors. Approximately an 8-minute drive to 371 Merrimon Ave.
Many of the folks from Asheville declare this is the best place to get breakfast. The biscuits are giant, fluffy, and melt in your mouth. There are various preserves and jellies available to choose from to spread on them if that is your preference rather than good ole biscuits and gravy. It is about an 8-minute drive. 417 Biltmore Ave.
Early Girl Eatery
Early Girl Eatery has been featured in Southern Living, Wall Street Journal, and even Bon Appétit, for their delicious (and unique) brunch options and their use of locally-sourced ingredients. They have locations in Downtown Asheville, West Asheville, and North Asheville.
Tip: Gets crowded on weekends. If you like spicy options, ask to sample their homemade hot sauce.
What to order: The grit cake with vegetables will surprise you. The fried chicken and biscuits are a favorite of the locals.
8 Wall Street Asheville, NC 28801. https://earlygirleatery.com/
Old Europe Pastries
Old Europe is one of the local’s favorites for delicious pastries, decadent desserts, and Italian-style espresso drinks. The owner of this staple is from Hungary and brought the taste and talent for creating mouthwatering European desserts to downtown Asheville.
Tip: The bakery offers a wide variety of gluten and vegan options. If you’re looking for something that fits into either of these, be sure to ask the staff.
What to order: The Croissants and the chocolate éclairs are always crowd-pleasers.
13 Broadway St, Asheville, NC 28801-2903. http://www.oldeuropepastries.com/
Battery Park Book Exchange
If you’re looking for a truly unique place to unwind with a glass of wine (or champagne!) the Battery Park Book Exchange is the perfect place. Part used bookstore and part champagne bar, you’ve never experienced a place quite like this. With live music on the weekends, thousands of used books, and a non-stop flow of wine and champagne, there’s not much lacking at this magical book exchange.
1 Page Ave #101, Asheville, NC 28801. http://batteryparkbookexchange.com/
The French Broad Food Co-Op
Established in 1975, this eclectic grocery store is Asheville’s only community-owned grocery store. The owners and the leadership team of French Broad Food are focused on supporting the local community, including local farmers and other producers. Their produce is all 100% organic, and many items are locally sourced and grown sustainably.
90 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. http://frenchbroadfood.coop/
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Units located at the Residences at Biltmore are a popular investment product owing to the ability of overs to short-term rent (<30 day basis) units in the building. There is an on-site manager that can assist with day to day operations of units in the short-term rental program.
If you are considering purchasing a unit in Residences at Biltmore, be aware that some lenders will not finance units in the building due to the number of units placed in the short-term rental program. If you have questions about purchase limitations, contact us an we can discuss your specific requirements.
How to Get to Residences at Biltmore
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From Downtown Asheville, take Biltmore Avenue South. Turn left on Caledonia Rd. Residences at Biltmore will be on your right.
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