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5 Great Neighborhoods to Live in Asheville, NC

It's no secret why people from all over are flocking to Asheville, North Carolina. Nestled in the beautiful Blue RIdge Mountains, this picturesque city rich in history has received national recognition for its stunning architecture, endless recreational opportunities and breathtaking scenery. Morning America listed Asheville as one of the "10 Most Beautiful Places in America," and it has been named one of the "Top Seven Places to Live in the U.S." by Frommer's. As a result, the real estate market in Asheville has been on fire. Learn more about this top real estate destination as we go through 5 great neighborhoods to live in Asheville.

Biltmore Park

The bustling planned community of Biltmore Park combines the conveniences of a city center with a majestic backdrop of mountain views, forests and waterways. Commune with nature and enjoy hiking trails and eco-rich green spaces. A short walk gives residents access to a selection of businesses, restaurants, shopping, outdoor activities and other attractive amenities within walking distance. There is a wide range of realty available from slick modern condos and apartments to single family dwellings and larger estate homes.

Montford Hills

If you're looking for a hip and trendy Asheville real estate, look no future than the vibrant community of Montford Hills. Minutes from the University of North Carolina, this neighborhood is highly walkable and popular with college students. The homes in Montfod Hills are as eclectic as its residents. Choose from a variety of architectural styles; everything from upscale Victorian to Neoclassical and everything in between. You'll find a mix of home-owners and renters making any real estate in this area a fantastic investment opportunity.

Haw Creek

A suburban community in East Asheville, Haw Creek can be found ten minutes away from the city center. With a variety of fantastic living options to choose from, this quiet area with easily accessible amenities makes this a great neighborhood for anyone looking to retire in Asheville. While the majority of the dwellings are single family houses, condos developments are available as well. Haw Creek is also known for having a well established English and Scottish community.

Haywood Road

In West Asheville lies the unique and progressive neighborhood of Haywood Road. This highly desirable area is overflowing with culture, and houses the city's thriving art community. This area also has a medley of public parks with recreational facilities and activities for everyone. Head over to Carrier Park for access to volleyball and basketball courts, a roller hockey rink, boat landing, picnic areas and hiking trails. Just down the hill, you can find the River Arts District. Find a fine selection of cafes, studios, galleries and more! Haywood Road also makes a great base if you like camping as Pisgah National Forest, Hot Springs and Bryson are a short day trip away.  


The area of Kenilworth is definitely one of Asheville's hidden gems. This friendly and established neighborhood boasts some of the best Asheville real estate. Kenilwoth pairs attractive homes with safe streets and a gorgeous natural landscape. From affordable starter homes to spacious luxury estates with Tudor influences, the area has a range of homes to suit all budgets. Perhaps Kenilworth's greatest feature is its location. 5 minutes away from downtown Asheville means minimal commuting and maximum convenience. Nearby Asheville Mall is a major shopping hub with over 100 retail shops and restaurants to meet all of your day to day needs.

We can help you find your perfect home in Asheville, NC. contact us online or feel free to call us at 828-398-5700. We'll connect you with the best real estate in North Carolina.

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