Asheville Homes

Historic Asheville Real EstateAsheville is the largest city in Western North Carolina and one of our absolute favorites. The area enjoys a mild four-season climate with beautiful mountain scenery, cultural diversity, an extensive arts community and exceptional cuisine. Simply put, Asheville is a very special place!

Explore Asheville homes and find real estate in Downtown, North, South, East, or West!

Asheville real estate is a top destination choice for many reasons. Perhaps one of these accolades resonates with you:

  • “Happiest City in America" based on New York Times best-selling travelogue The Geography of Bliss & featured on ABC’s 20/20
  • "One of 10 Best Places for Second Homes according to Barron's
  • "One of 10 Most Surprisingly Vibrant Food Cities" by
  • "#6 Among U.S. cities as a Place to Do Business" by
  • “#1 Small City for the Arts” in 2010 according to AmericanStyle magazine

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Life & Real Estate In Asheville, NC

Real estate is Asheville is diverse, allowing buyers to choose from numerous living styles throughout the community. Each neighborhood and the communities within them have their own flavor and unique features, making it easy to find the right place for your personal style.

Asheville's Real Estate Quadrants

North Asheville: Homes in North Asheville are perfect for those who want to be close to downtown and the mountains. North Asheville is a fantastic neighborhood for walking, with large sidewalks and easy access to hiking, cycling and running trails. Often thought to be the most desirable region, North Asheville homes can be slightly more expensive.

West Asheville: If you're looking for eclectic people in a boho-style community, West Asheville may the perfect place to call home. This neighborhood is social and lively, buzzing with an energy you wouldn't initially expect from the West Asheville village vibe.

South Asheville: South Asheville was primarily built in the 1960's, with housing styles and designs that often reflect that era. It's a great place to find good value homes in close proximity to amenities, restaurants, shops and schools. Many residents love having easy access to downtown without living in the bustling core.

East Asheville: Asheville's most-reserved neighborhood, East Asheville and its real estate is perfect for family-friendly living. Both suburban and luxury communities can be found in the area, each boasting spacious homes on larger plots of land. Most houses in East Asheville have lots larger than one acre.

A Modern & Historic Asheville

Asheville is an old community with strong roots dating back to its initial settlement in 1784. The city sprang to life in the 1880's, when the first railway line connected Asheville to Salisbury and the remainder of North Carolina. With strong industrial roots, Asheville blossomed and became the leader in innovation, culture and technology that it remains today.

Remnants of Asheville's past can still be found throughout the city, with a number of historic attractions, museums and houses in the area. Art Deco styles can be found at the Biltmore and city hall, starkly contrasted by modern building designs. As a result of these two building styles combining with many other designs throughout the city's history, Asheville homes offer fascinating architectural diversity.

The CB King team would love to show you around Asheville, NC and connect you with the best real estate in WNC. Call us today at 828-398-5700 to get started!

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