This month marks the 25th anniversary of the Blizzard of '93, also known as the Storm of the Century, which brought Asheville to its knees.
The structure was built as the private home of Dr. Robert Carroll, the renowned psychiatrist who built Highland Hospital.
Two major Hollywood pictures are in the works, and a new Amazon series, focus on the life and impact of Zelda as Asheville prepares to celebrate her once again.
Zelda Fitzgerald and eight other women died in Asheville in a tragic fire.
The "first flapper" helped usher in The Roaring '20s.
Rumbough House, Highland Hall and Homewood, all properties tied to the old Highland Hospital campus where Zelda Fitzgerald died in a horrible 1948 fire, are up for sale for millions.
One stop for Stamberg was to interview the Grove Park Inn's Tracey Johnston-Crum, who tells of Fitzgerald's boozy, gun-shooting time at the historic inn.