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      Towns near Asheville NC for homes, land and real estate

      If you are thinking about moving to the Asheville NC area, but dont want to live in the city, we may just have some fine small town choices for you. There are a handful of great towns surrounding Asheville that are only 20 minutes away, and offer small town features that many have grown to love in this area. New homes, land and real estate is available in all of the adjoining small towns close to the Asheville area.

      Black Mountain NC offers small town charm and big city elegance

      From the most upscale cuisine, to country cooking and BBQ, Black Mountain NC is home to over forty restaurants sure to please any palate. Dine inside or outside, while enjoying the local flavor or celebrating a special occasion. The beautiful mountain scenery, variety of recreational activities, and friendly hometown feel, continues to attract many newcomers to Black Mountain each year. Take a walk through historic downtown and discover numerous unique gift shops, galleries, and Appalachian-style craft stores, with local craftsmen often demonstrating iron works, dulcimer making, and throwing pottery. Enjoy a wide variety of nightly music at one of our famous venues.
      Towns Near Asheville NC for Homes, Land and Real Estate

      Towns Near Asheville NC for Homes, Land and Real Estate

      Waynesville NC is Southern Hospitality at its best

      Waynesville NC is blessed with the ideal year-round climate, beautiful mountain scenery and warm Southern hospitality. Proud of their southern mountain heritage, Waynesville is building their future with a concern for preserving the past. About 40% of the Waynesville area is occupied by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pisgah National Forest and the Harmon Den Wildlife Refuge, where the Blue Ridge Parkway meets the Great Smoky Mountains. In the fall, the Waynesville hardwood forests put on a spectacular fall foliage color display attracting more Visitors than other time of the year. The winter brings a quiet, slower season while providing the residents of the county with some of the best skiing in the south.

      Hendersonville NC is known as Apple Country

      Hendersonville NC is in Henderson County, and produces about 85% of the state's apples. They are North Carolina's number one apple producer with about 150 apple orchards. You can buy orchard-fresh NC apples at their direct farm markets near Asheville beginning in August through November. The City of Hendersonville was incorporated January 7, 1847 and encompasses6.93 square miles on a plateau about 2,200 feet above sea level. The City lies at the southern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 40 miles north of Spartanburg and 22 miles south of Asheville on Interstate 26. Hendersonville is a great small town with a warm, cozy feel that you will want to call home. Call Green Mountain Realty at (828)-215-9064 for homes, land and real estate in the Asheville area.