Asheville, North Carolina is often referred to as "Land of the Sky." And the nearby areas and surrounding towns create what locals call Western North Carolina or "WNC." From spectacular mountain vistas to creekside cottages, the communities in and around Asheville offer something for everyone. Discover the neighborhoods that make up Asheville, and find your perfect home.
Another way to explore Asheville's real estate market is to browse different types of real estate. Check out the wide range of property types available in the Asheville area.
Arden is one of the larger suburbs of Asheville, spreading across most of the southern portion of Buncombe County. Homes in Arden range from modest ranch-style homes and bungalows to multi-million ... Details
Asheville, North Carolina is a true gem of a mountain city. With a population of about 90,000, Asheville retains a small-town feel in many ways, but the steady influx of tourists makes the actual ... Details
The Black Mountain real estate market is relatively small compared to the Asheville market, but it offers just as much variety. There are new homes for sale, as well as fixer-uppers in all price ... Details
Fairview is an unincorporated suburb on the southeast side of Asheville. US Highway 74A runs through the middle of Fairview, offering four-lane access into Asheville with minimal traffic. Fairview ... Details
Fletcher, NC is a relatively new town (incorporated in 1989) in northern Henderson County, just over the Buncombe County line. Fletcher is a fast-growing area, with a convenient location between ... Details
If access to outdoor activities and Pisgah National Forest is important to you, then Mills River is a community that should definitely be on your list. The town of Mills River, NC lies in northern ... Details
Montreat, North Carolina is a very small town (population 728) adjoining Black Mountain. Within its borders are Montreat College, Montreat Conference Center, and of course the Town of Montreat ... Details
Old Fort is a small town located just east of Black Mountain. Because of its location in McDowell County, property taxes are typically lower than those in Buncombe County. Many Old Fort residents ... Details
Swannanoa, North Carolina is an unincorporated area right in the middle between Asheville and Black Mountain. Since it's not technically a "township," Swannanoa real estate is not subject to any town ... Details
Weaverville is one of those quaint storybook towns for which Western North Carolina is famous. Similar to other small towns in the Asheville area, Weaverville has a rich history and offers a wide ... Details
Western North Carolina is a term used to describe the mountainous region around Asheville, and it includes 23 counties in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. Many people in Asheville use ... Details