ASHEVILLE ROUNDHOUSE: THIS PLACE MATTERS

PSABC invites all interested to participate in an advocacy photograph in support of preserving the historic Asheville Roundhouse. This significant building represents an important time of Asheville’s rich history.  PSABC urges Norfolk Southern to delay their planned demolition of the building until efforts to formulate an adaptive reuse plan can be explored. A critical mass…

Happy Holidays: Preservation PARTY!!

2013 Holiday Membership Event Thursday, December 12, 5:00-7:00PM Hill House Bed & Breakfast 120 Hillside Street, Asheville As an annual tradition, the members and guests of the Preservation Society gather together to socialize, discuss events of the past year and drum up ideas for the year to come.  True to our cause, we search for…

Historic Black Mountain College Campus Tour

In 1941, Black Mountain College moved across the valley from its first location at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly to its own campus at Lake Eden where it remained until its closing in 1956. Join PSABC for a tour of this second campus and the unique architecture that remains as a testament to this creative…

Preservation Society to Sell City Landmark

The Preservation Society of Asheville & Buncombe County announces today that the 1869 Camp Patton-Parker House enters the market for sale.  This local historic landmark, owned and occupied by seven generations of the same family, has reached a turning point in its future. “That future will be secure”, noted Preservation Society Executive Director Jack Thomson. …

Rustic Revival & Motor Courts: 4/20/13

History, Music, Food & Fun! Saturday, April 20, 2013, 11am – 2pm Log Cabin Motor Court & The Pines Cabins & Cottages 330 Weaverville Highway, Woodfin, NC Map Join the Preservation Society for a tour of two historic roadside motor courts, The Pines Cabins & Cottages and the Log Cabin Motor Courts.  These two destinations…

Preservation Society to Sell City Landmark

EMAIL pattonparkerhouse@gmail.com to set up an appointment   The Preservation Society of Asheville & Buncombe County announces today that the 1869 Camp Patton-Parker House enters the market for sale.  This local historic landmark, owned and occupied by seven generations of the same family, has reached a turning point in its future. “That future will be…