Andie MacDowell, the actress who inspired untold numbers of women to perm their hair in the late ’80s (thanks for that, Andie), is selling the Tudor-style house she built in Asheville, North Carolina.
The listing agent describes the house as a “Magnificent four-story, storybook Tudor with Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts influences in historic and prestigious Biltmore Forest.”
The listing says:
Tudor Rose is the gorgeous English Cottage built by actress Andie MacDowell for her personal residence. The house is on 2 lots on the golf course of Asheville’s prestigious Biltmore Forest Country Club.
The home and grounds encourage peaceful relaxation with many area, both indoors and outdoors for gathering friends and family. The home is perfectly located to enjoy all that Asheville has to offer; three minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway, five minutes from the Biltmore Estate with shopping and dining in Biltmore Village and ten minutes from artsy downtown Asheville.
The gorgeous green tile in the kitchen is from Motawi Tile.
There are 6 bedrooms in the house.
According to the listing, Andie’s house was featured in Carolina Home + Garden magazine in 2008. I’m wondering if some of the listing photos are from that feature but haven’t been able to track down the article to see.
Thanks to Realtor Jo Chandler for sharing the listing with us! Go to the website she set up for the house for more photos and information. (Update: sorry, but it’s no longer active.)
For all the details, check the listing by
Jo Chandler of Preferred Properties of Asheville.