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- Entire bungalow
- Black Mountain
Recharge your Electric Vehicle and recharge your life at the newly built, Well-Dressed Bungalow. Stay centrally located in the Swannanoa Valley, just a stone's throw from Highway 70 and close to Interstate 40. You’ll have a 15-minute drive to Asheville and a short drive to downtown Black Mountain. Recharge your electric vehicle to a full charge in 6-8 hours with a ChargePoint level 2, 50 amp charger. A new house means new furniture, LG appliances, and mattresses.
- Entire home
- Black Mountain
Seclusion, mountain ranges.... everything you need to let go, this new townhome is 2 blocks from neighborhood eateries, microbreweries, and the tourist center of Black Mountain-Trip Advisor's Prettiest Small Town in America. We're intown, yet on a quiet lot of Hemlocks and hardwoods with a private deck/hot tub w/views. We're 14.6 miles from Asheville, 15 mins from Biltmore. 2 beds: 1 Loft BR (Queen), 1 Sofa bed Queen (common area); Full kitchen/full bath/laundry/1 car pkg
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Your guide to Black Mountain
Welcome to Miami
With its eye-catching skyline, glittering bay, and diverse, colourful neighborhoods, Miami is a city that likes to look good. Not surprising in a place that boasts one of the most contemporary art and design scenes in the world. The Design District’s high-end galleries and luxury shopping personifies the city’s well-heeled clientele. There’s plenty of flair to be found in the street murals of Wynwood, the tango cafés of Little Havana, and the utopian 1920s architecture of Coral Gables. All that without even mentioning its famous beach, reached by the dramatic MacArthur Causeway across Biscayne Bay. Don’t be fooled by its glitzy reputation, either: There’s depth and richness beneath Miami’s veneer of glamour, and a complex history, as evidenced in its world-class museums, music, and multiculturalism.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Black Mountain?
February is Miami’s busiest month, when hundreds of thousands attend its glamorous International Boat Show and International Auto Show. But you don’t have to splash the cash to enjoy the city’s festival feeling: there are carnivals aplenty in March — including Calle Ocho, a gala of Cuban and Latin American culture — and one of the world’s biggest Pride events. In May, there’s Fashion Week; in July, an international ballet festival; and a celebration of Afro-Cuban dance in August, not to mention one of the largest book fairs in the United States in November. Miami is hot all year round, with a dry season between December and May; it can get humid in the summer (between June and September), and August and September are the peak months for hurricane season.
What are the top things to do in Black Mountain?
After the rapid rise of hipster Wynwood, Allapattah has become the hottest new neighbourhood in the city. Many of its buildings date back to the 1850s, while its rich Latin heritage shines through in the community’s beloved bars and clubs, bakeries, and restaurants. Juan Pablo Duarte Park is a locals’ favourite, a calm oasis that offers something much more down-to-earth than the frenetic pace of downtown and the glitz of Miami Beach.
Perez Art Museum Miami
Miami is so blessed with art that even this incredible collection has gone a little unsung. Opened in 2013 overlooking the bay, the PAMM is a must-see museum, its spacious design and tall rooms a cool delight at any time of day. With cutting-edge exhibitions alongside its permanent contemporary collection, as well an outdoor sculpture garden and an excellent restaurant, there’s no better place to get started on your art education.
The Lyric Theater
The neighbourhood known as Historic Overtown has a complex history, its rich musical culture developed out of the segregation that once blighted the city. The Lyric Theater, built in 1913, once fostered a thriving “Little Broadway” jazz scene. Dark for decades, the 400-seat theater has been restored to its former glory as a centre of Black culture, entertainment, and history.