Hendersonville Homes

Hendersonville Home to SandburgHendersonville, NC, lies in Henderson County at the southern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 22 miles south of Asheville on Interstate 26. It’s the second largest city in WNC behind Asheville and Hendersonville homes are a favored retirement destination. While things move at a slower, more relaxed pace, this city has a vibrant downtown with events and festivals throughout the warmer seasons, including the family-favorite NC Apple Festival.

 

Hendersonville is also surrounded by a number of other great communities, including:

Hendersonville homes and real estate are ideal for those looking for peaceful retirement living or properties with larger acreage. Find out more about this great community below or by contacting us today!

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Hendersonville Blue Ridge ParkwayHendersonville is a growing community with a devoted and cheerful population of life-long home owners. Hendersonville real estate is a great place to find spacious homes on sprawling lots, perfect for raising families and peacefully growing old within the Appalachians. The mayor has nicknamed Hendersonville the "Friendliest City for Retirees in America."

Real estate styles in Hendersonville often reflect the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with a great number of historic houses. Significant restoration efforts have been put into preserving both residential and commercial buildings, successfully enhancing a number of the community's heritage neighborhoods.

In addition to historic homes in Hendersonville, gorgeous contemporary designs can also be found. Boasting high ceilings and open floor plans, many of Hendersonville's contemporary houses are easy to fall in love with.

Hendersonville Attractions & Places Of Interest

Hendersonville boasts a number of attractions, in addition to its rich diversity of outdoor destinations. The city neighbors Flat Rock's Carl Sandburg Home, a designated state historic site and the former home of American writer Carl Sandburg. Hendersonville has a number of other fantastic attractions for local residents and visitors, greatly enhancing the community and bringing joy to the lives of its citizens. These include:

  • Bele Chere Street Festival
  • Henderson County Heritage Museum & Courthouse
  • Henderson County Public Library
  • Hendersonville Antique Toy Museum
  • Hendersonville Little Theatre
  • Hendersonville Rail Road Station
  • Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra
  • Historic Johnson Farm
  • Jump Off Rock Park & Jump Off Mountain
  • Mineral & Lapidary (Dinosaur) Museum
  • Oakdale Cemetery & Thomas Wolfe Stone Angel
  • Western North Carolina Air Museum
  • 3 Local Golf Courses

Henderson County is also home to 33 landmarks recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to those mentioned above, Grey Hosiery Mill, Seventh Avenue Depot District and The Wavery on Main Street are among the historic buildings on the list.

Daily life in Hendersonville is just as interesting, with a number of fabulous restaurants, antique shops, boutiques and local businesses flourishing in this charming community. Home owners and visitors alike enjoy spending time downtown, indulging in the fine sights and wares of historic Main Street. We highly recommend all real estate buyers in WNC take a trip to Hendersonville.

An expert from CB King would be happy to talk to you about Hendersonville homes, property & real estate. Call 828-398-5700 or message us online to get started!

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