With its quaint shops and restaurants, residents are drawn to Lake Tomahawk and other outdoor venues.
Warmth and vibrancy are evident throughout, as Downtown features restaurants, local shops, breweries, and arts venues.
East Asheville boasts a mix of rural properties and established neighborhoods.
Just southeast of Asheville, Fairview offers a mix of farms and subdivisions and easy access to Downtown Asheville.
25 Miles South of Asheville; Historic Downtown with Shops and Restaurants; Golf Communities; Blend of Historic Neighborhoods and New Home Developments
Madison County, rooted in the Appalachian Mountains, features dense forestry, yet is still just 20 minutes outside of Asheville.
North Asheville features diverse architecture and close proximity to the Grove Park Inn, Beaver Lake, and UNC-Asheville.
South Asheville offers diverse housing options, from Biltmore Parks newer condos to the grand homes of Biltmore Forest.
33 miles southwest of Asheville; Brevard College; Pisgah Forest; Outdoor ActivitiesCycling, Biking, Hiking; Historic Downtown; Trout Streams
Weaverville is a storybook small town just north of Asheville, featuring a strong artist community, charming downtown, and Mayberry-like lifestyle.
This vibrant urban village features funky bungalows, walkable streets, and the thriving River Arts District.
West Buncombe is a diverse area and is home to the Biltmore Lake community, which contains parks, various neighborhoods, well-kept hiking trails, camping areas, the lake itself, and community parks.
Looking to live in the heart of Downtown Asheville? Consider a townhouse or condo that will enable you to walk to some of the best restaurants in the South.