FavLogoABC’s Good Morning America, announced its list of “Ten Most Beautiful Places to Live” and Asheville topped the charts at #1. Asheville is known for it’s breathtaking hiking trails, craft beer breweries, enduring love of the arts, and considered a top college town worthy of retiring in. All of these aspects and more are what fuel the thriving Asheville Luxury Homes real estate market.

As Asheville continues to grow, improve and stretch its infrastructure there will be no bounds as to what is possible within our amazing city. We’re home to the largest private residence in the United States, Biltmore House, that was built by George Vanderbilt within the years of 1889-1895. It is truly spectacular. Tourists and Asheville residents alike enjoy the amenities and experiences living near such a masterpiece.

Though Asheville Luxury Homes abound within the whole of the Western North Carolina region there are a few areas that have personalities and grandeur all their own… Believe it or not this is not a complete list. Asheville Luxury Homes abound in our area. 

  • Southcliff
  • Downtown AVL Condominiums
  • Builtmore Lake
  • Village of Cheshire
  • Balsam Mountain Preserve
  • The Cliffs at Walnut Cove
  • Reynolds Mountain
  • The Ramble Biltmore Forest
  • Mountain Air
  • Wolf Laurel
  • Thoms Estate
  • Linville Ridge

 

Asheville is also known for its “foodie” status. Yelp shows over 500 restaurants in the area with 40-50 of them boasting a 4 or 5 star, the restaurant list arguably allows you to eat practically any type of food you can imagine!

At an average of 2000′ elevation you can look forward to expect an average winter temperature of high 30’s with an average snowfall of around 15″ annually, as well as a lovely summer average temperature in the high 60’s to low 70’s.

With such amazing local amenities, lovely year around weather, and an amazing Asheville Luxury Homes real estate market. It is easy to see that Asheville NC should be on your radar when deciding the best place to invest in a vacation home or to put down roots permanently.