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Living In Asheville, NC

Living in Asheville, NC

Living in Asheville, NC is nothing short of an adventure. Every day can be filled with outdoor activities, community events and memorable days spent with family and friends.

Outdoor Activities

Blue Ridge Parkway NC

Living near the Blue Ridge Mountains means you can enjoy hikes that range from an easy walk to a strenuous uphill climb – some ending with a beautiful mountain view or a breathtaking waterfall, providing a true feeling of accomplishment. Even in the dead heat of summer, Asheville mountains boast cooler temperatures to make the outdoor fun enjoyable. To help cool down, there are easy-to-access water activities like kayaking or river float trips on tubes down the French Broad River. It’s easy to relax and enjoy all the perks of the mountains and living near Asheville.

WNC Events

In the Asheville Community, there’s always something to celebrate and plenty of local WNC events to check out. From music and food festivals to holiday celebration events and performances of the arts, life can be lived to the fullest.

Asheville Food Scene

The Asheville Food Scene

And the restaurants. Oh, the restaurants. Many of the local Asheville restaurants pride themselves in the farm to table approach where you can taste summer through a wide variety of fruits and vegetables grown in the area and prepared for you by some of the most talented chefs in the country.

Live Near Asheville, NC

Mountain Living Asheville NC

If this sounds like a city you would like to live in and experience, we would love to show you an affordable new home in one of our communities that would best suit you and your family’s needs. The possibilities are limitless. Let us help you find the right home in the right place to help you make memories living in Asheville.

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