Luxury Real Estate
options have never been better here in Asheville North Carolina
. There are currently around three hundred and forty six luxury homes available in the Asheville and surrounding mountain areas of Western North Carolina. Luxury home buyers
in the Asheville area will have many choices in many different locations. The mountain home
architecture of this area is appealing to many seeking that luxury retreat or weekend getaway. Asheville is known for its many fine luxury and custom home builders
as well as some of the best architects in the country, all living and working in this area.
How would you define luxury real estate?
To many, luxury real estate
is purely defined as being real estate that is in the top ten percent of the market relative to median cost. Others define luxury real estate as being a piece of property that has luxury style appointments
, unique features and amenities typically not found with other properties. With many luxury gated and golf developments
existing in the Asheville area you will have no issue finding that perfect, one of a kind, luxury home or property. There are several Cliffs communities in the Asheville area, with the Cliffs at High Carolina being home to Tiger Woods first ever U.S. golf course. The Cliffs at Walnut Cove is home to a Jack Nicklaus signature course.
The Asheville Luxury Real Estate Market
Want luxury without being in a development?
There are still many fine pieces of property and tracts of land that are not located within developments or subdivisions. Be careful when searching for land if you are considering building your dream home on that parcel. Make sure your realtor understands land development, zoning, and the facets of building a luxury home. We are not only realtors here at Green Mountain Realty
, but we are also developers and luxury home builders
which helps us better equip our luxury home buyers
with the information they need when making those new home decisions.
Call Green Mountain Realty
at 828.215.9064 for luxury homes, land and real estate in Asheville.