Fairview, just southeast of Asheville, offers a mix of small farms and newer subdivisions. Residents enjoy a peaceful, serene lifestyle with easy access to Downtown Asheville’s cultural offerings.

Key Features

Proximity to Downtown: A short distance from Downtown Asheville, this remote area brims with wide open vistas and winding country roads.

Discover Local Produce: With more than a dozen working farms, and as the largest apple-producing county in North Carolina, this area is supporting a sustainable local food network.

A Great Halloween Tradition

During the month of October, kids can walk around the enormous pumpkin patch, pick out their own pumpkins, walk the corn maze, enjoy hayrides, and take pony rides. My daughter always looks forward to our trip to Hickory Nut Gap Farm in early October.

Nest Picks

Hickory Nut Gap Farm

This family owned and operated gem is more than a working farm; it's a place for friends and neighbors to meet to enjoy family activities and stock up on the mountains’ best organic meats at the farm store.

The Local Joint

What was once a gas station has been converted to a roadside diner, offering locally sourced food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a fun and relaxed environment.

Trout Lily

Locally sourced organic foods, wellness products, and fresh caught fish on the weekends make this tiny deli and bakery a local favorite.

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