Asheville, NC, 2010 “#1 Small City for the Arts” and location of one of the nation’s top 100 hospitals is a vibrant city offering varied cuisine, gorgeous landscape, active life-style, attractions such as the Biltmore House and Grove Park Inn, and so much more. Becoming a higher educational center for Western North Carolina, Asheville college students can choose between Warren Wilson College, Montreat College, University of North Carolina-Asheville, AB Tech, Shaw and more.
When selecting a neighborhood, if relocating to Asheville, you require all the quality information and professionalism a well trained WNCProperty.com Realtor* can provide. For starters, might we suggest looking for your home in Biltmore Forest, Chunn’s Cove, Grove Park, Kenilworth, West Asheville or Bent Creek. Looking for a farm or business location? WNCProperty.com can assist you as your buyer’s agent.
• North - includes the neighborhoods of Albemarle Park, Beaverdam, Beaver Lake, Chestnut Hills, Colonial Heights, Grove Park, Kimberly, Montford, and Norwood Park. The Montford Area Historic District, Chestnut Hill Historic District, and Grove Park Historic District are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Montford and Albemarle Park have been named local historic districts by the Asheville City Council.
• East - includes the neighborhoods of Beverly Hills, Chunn's Cove, Haw Creek, Oakley, Oteen, Reynolds, Riceville, and Town Mountain.
• West - includes the neighborhoods of Camelot, Wilshire Park, Bear Creek, Deaverview Park, Emma, Hi-Alta Park, Lucerne Park, Malvern Hills, Sulphur Springs, Haywood Road, and West Asheville.
• South - includes the neighborhoods of Ballantree, Biltmore Village, Biltmore Forest, Biltmore Park, Kenilworth, Oak Forest, Royal Pines, Shiloh, and Skyland. Biltmore Village has been named a local historic district by the Asheville City Council.
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