Black Mountain Homes

Black Mountain is located 15 miles east of Asheville and was named for the Black Mountain range on the northern border of town. Black Mountain homes sit within a picturesque, small town and are surrounded by gorgeous North Carolina mountains.

Inspired by the breathtaking surroundings and beautiful natural landscapes, Black Mountain is an arts and crafts community with lots of talented artists calling it "home." The old-fashioned town boasts some of the area’s finest galleries and festivals.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 111
Average Price: $468,638
Highest Listing Price: $2,500,000
Lowest Listing Price: $49,900

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 Inspired by the breathtaking surroundings and beautiful natural landscapes, Black Mountain is an arts and crafts community with lots of talented artists calling it "home." The old-fashioned town boasts some of the area’s finest galleries, restaurants and annual festivals.

Black Mountain is also a close neighbor to Montreat and the Montreat Conference Center, with residents easily travelling between the two towns. Black Mountain real estate is ideal for those looking for a quaint, charming, small-town feel beneath scenic mountainscapes.

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Black Mountain Real Estate

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Black Mountain Blue RidgeBlack Mountain real estate is absolutely charming, featuring a medley of attractive historic buildings and character homes. The downtown core is lined with preserved red brick buildings and shops that feel remniscent of times long past. Every street is inviting to walk along, complete with majestic trees and breathtaking views.

Many people choose to invest in Black Mountain homes and real estate because of their affordable prices and great value. Located in one of our favorite communities, these homes tend to be rich in convenient features and attractive architectural styles, yet come with a smaller price tag than nearby Asheville.

One of Black Mountain's many great features is Lake Tomahawk, a small lake with a lighted wrap-around walking and running path. This is a great spot to see wild birds and fish for catfish, crappie and bass. Visitors are welcome to use small, motorless boats on the lake.

Black Mountain homes embrace a simpler style of living but that doesn't mean that life isn't exciting in this beautiful small town. With an active and energetic population, there's always plenty of fun waiting for Black Mountain home owners and adventures wait just beyond the doorstep.

Things To Do In Black Mountain, NC

  • Play 18 beautiful holes at Black Mountain Golf Club
  • Explore over 35,000 items at the historic General Store
  • Hike or bike hundreds of trails
  • Train for the Ultra Marathon from Lake Tomahawk to Mt Mitchell
  • Admire the work of Appalachian artists and artisans in any number of local shops and galleries
  • Stop for an ice cream cone or coffee with friends
  • Shop along dozens of quaint, historic stores & boutiques
  • Watch trains chug along the NS S-Line or visit the decommissioned but restored Southern Railway Station built in 1907
  • Take a daytrip to dozens of other popular destinations like the Biltmore Estate, Blue Ridge Mountains and Asheville's River Arts District

The CB King team can show you around town and tell you more about Black Mountain homes & real estate. Contact us online or call 828-398-5700 to get started today!

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