Grove Park is a beautiful community located near the renowned Grove Park Inn. Properties in this area include some of the most luxurious and historic homes in Asheville. Montford is a historical neighborhood in Asheville, which includes nearly 600 homes, many of them built between 1890 and 1920
Located in southern Asheville, Biltmore Park has emerged as a highly desirable area in which to live, due to the area's outstanding school system and its convenience to the new Biltmore Park Town Square.
Biltmore Forest, located south of Asheville, is one of the most affluent villages in the country. With its scenic wooded setting, Biltmore Forest is home to some of Asheville’s largest estate homes and has historically been one of its most desirable areas in which to live.
Just across the French Broad River from downtown, West Asheville is a historic neighborhood with an original bohemian twist. People flock to Haywood Road to visit its vintage shops, boutiques, and new businesses, while it maintains that small town feel.
Hendersonville is the second largest downtown area in Western North Carolina and is located 20 minutes south of Asheville. Its popular main street is lined with planter boxes and lush landscaping, and is home to over 100 shops and 20 restaurants.
Between Asheville and Hendersonville on I-26, Arden boasts the amenities of mountain life including charming, spacious homes, and large lots. Arden is also home to the top elementary school in all of North Carolina, Glen Arden
Located only 10 miles Southeast of Asheville, Fairview is known for its huge lots and community atmosphere. Cane Creek Pool in Fairview includes a pool, soccer fields, picnic sheds, and concessions.
About 20 minutes southeast of Asheville, Lake Lure is a peaceful quiet getaway tucked in the Western North Carolina Mountains. The lake is a popular vacation spot with plenty to do in the area, including hiking Chimney Rock, biking the rolling hills, or playing golf and relaxing on the beach at Rumbling Bald Resort.
The Town of Black Mountain is the perfect blend of the outdoors, all the while embracing its small-town urban center as well. Located near mountain trails, rivers, and lakes, the town attracts many outdoorsmen but also has a lot to offer in its own right, including it’s reputation for hosting artists and craftsmen several weekends a year.
The quintessential Mill Town, Canton still has some of its historic homes dating to the era of local mills. The town’s quaint downtown district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Canton also boasts a restored Colonial theatre, scenic trails down its Pigeon River, as well as a large community park.
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