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Biltmore Forest • 28803

The town of Biltmore Forest is an exclusive residential community
just south of downtown Asheville and adjacent to the Biltmore
Estate. Large estates on private wooded lots are the typical property
type. The Biltmore Forest Country Club offers residents a place to
golf and socialize.

Black Mountain • 28711
Black Mountain is on the eastern edge of Buncombe County. It
boasts a quaint downtown area with restaurants, galleries, and
shops. Black Mountain offers a number of different property
types, from mountain-side cabins to planned development with

Enka/Candler • 28715
A rural community in west Buncombe County, Enka/Candler offers
large acreage tracts in addition to newer residential developments,
such as Biltmore Lake. Easy access to Bent Creek trail system
and the Blue Ridge Parkway make it a good choice for outdoor
enthusiasts. Interstate access makes this community accessible.

Fairview • 28730
Located in the southeast of Buncombe County, Fairview offers
convenience in a rural setting. Beautiful vistas, good schools, and
easy access to the Asheville Mall, Blue Ridge Parkway, and the
interstates make this a popular choice.

S. Asheville • 28803 / 28704
South Asheville is one of the fastest growing
and most densely populated areas in Buncombe
County. It has a gentle topography as well as good
access to public utilities. This area is known for its
school system and is home to many of Buncombe
County’s larger residential developments like
Biltmore Park.

Swannanoa • 28778
Swannanoa is located between Asheville and Black
Mountain. It is named for the river that flows
through this area of Buncombe County and is
typified by large tracts of farm land and mountain
vista views, with single family residential and
townhome choices also being available.

Weaverville • 28787
Weaverville is a friendly small town just ten
minutes north of Asheville. Eateries and galleries
can be found on Main Street while Lowe’s and
Wal-Mart are a short drive from the town center.
Single family homes are the main living choice,
although there are a few condo/townhouse projects
to choose from.

Leicester • 28748
Common themes reflected in this area are large acreage, farms and
privacy. Most of the road access is two-lane country roads, so travel
time for commutes may be an issue. But if you are looking for some
elbow room and a country lifestyle, Leicester may be perfect.

Woodfin • 28804
Woodfin has traditionally been an industrial
community, but it has recently undergone a
transformation. The development of the Reynolds
Mountain with its YMCA and restaurants has
added new vigor to the area and there are still
opportunities for affordable housing.

North Buncombe • 28787 / 28701
North Buncombe offers rural living with easy access to downtown
Asheville. Due to its elevation and topography, North Buncombe
has remained a fairly low density area, but its close proximity to
Asheville and beautiful scenery has made it a popular area to live.

Beverly Hills • 28805
Surrounding the Buncombe County Municipal Golf
course, this neighborhood offers convenience to all
major shopping needs and is less than five minutes from
downtown Asheville. Find your traditional home set
among mature trees.

Lakeview Park • 28804
Less than ten minutes north of downtown, Lakeview Park
is home to Asheville Country Club which offers golf,
swimming, tennis, and dining opportunities. Beaver Lake
offers outdoor enjoyment and recreation. Lakeview Park is
an established neighborhood with tree-lined streets.

Grove Park • 28804
GP is a popular neighborhood known for its charming,
older homes and tree-lined streets. The Grove Park Inn
and Spa provides a beautiful back drop to the residential
streets. Close proximity will allow you to enjoy all the
shopping and eateries downtown has to offer.

Haw Creek • 28805
Only five minutes east of downtown Asheville, Haw
Creek provides convenience to all of your everyday
needs. Asheville Mall, Target, and Lowe’s are right
around the corner. Here you will find a wide variety of
house styles to choose from.

Downtown/Central • 28801
You’ll love life in the heart of the city known as the
“Paris of the South.” Music, fine dining, arts and culture
will be at your fingertips here. Lofts and condominiums
are the most prevalent choice of housing.

West Asheville • 28806
An eclectic area of local retail shops, eateries, and pubs
create the central gathering place of West Asheville.
Cottage bungalows of yesteryear give a great deal of charm
while green-building techniques provide new life to older
neighborhoods. West Asheville was recently named one of
America’s best neighborhoods by Men’s Journal Magazine.

Kenilworth • 28803
Just south of downtown Asheville you will find a
neighborhood of beautiful homes underneath a canopy
of large trees. Kenilworth offers convenience to all
major shopping centers as well as Biltmore Village
and downtown Asheville. Take a stroll to historic
McCormick Field to watch your local Asheville Tourists
baseball team

Montford • 28801
If you would like a historic neighborhood within
walking distance to downtown Asheville, Montford is a
neighborhood to consider. With many homes that were
built from the late 1800’s into the mid-1920’s, Montford
has a turn-of-the-century feel. Parks and sidewalks make
it a great place to enjoy the mild Asheville climate.

North Asheville/UNCA • 28804
Nestled in between Grove Park and Montford, residents of
North Asheville enjoy easy access to Asheville, Botanical
Gardens, greenways and UNCA. Greenlife Grocery
provides organic, locally-grown food shopping. Housing
consists of older bungalows to newer, in-fill construction.

Oakley • 28803
Nestled between Beverly Hills and Biltmore Village,
Oakley offers residents convenience and affordability. Just
minutes from the Asheville Mall, downtown, and I-40
Oakley is a prime location to call home.