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    The history of Asheville NC, as a town, begins in 1784 when Colonel Samuel Davidson and his family settled in the Swannanoa Valley, redeeming a soldier's land grant from the state of North Carolina.

    Asheville North Carolina

    The county seat of Buncombe County, the City of Asheville is sometimes called the "Paris of the south" and is the largest city in Western North Carolina. At the 2000 census there were 68,889 people residing in the city of Asheville. The outer counties surrounding Asheville North Carolina proper including Buncombe, Henderson, Madison, and Transylvania.

    Asheville is Best Area for Vacation and Home

    Asheville is a Utopia that exists in the heart of the Blue Ridge Parkway and is probably why it has been rated one of, “The 50 Most Alive Places To Be” by Modern Magazine, “Best Outside Towns” by Outside Magazine and “Best Places to Reinvent Your Life” by AARP Magazine. The scenic Blue Ridge Parkway runs through the Asheville area and near the Biltmore Estate. Homes, land, and real estate in the Asheville area are usually available at prices that are below the national average.

    Asheville NC Vacation Destinations

    Asheville North Carolina serves as the regional hub for business, health and human services, the arts, shopping, dining and other community amenities for citizens and visitors. The Asheville area, named a must-see destination by Frommer's, boasts a thriving arts community, diverse outdoor adventures, a vibrant and inviting downtown, numerous historic and architectural attractions, and unique shopping options. In fact, downtown Asheville is cultural enough to have been rated as one of the “Top 25 Arts Destinations” by American Style Magazine.

    Asheville NC Vacation Climate

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    Being in the south, the Asheville North Carolina climate is very similar to the rest of the surrounding area while, because of the higher altitude, there are some cooler tempertures that make it noticably different. High Summer temps. Peak at 85F in July and winter temps dip to about 36F in January. Snowfall is sporadic and usually light, with an average seasonal amount of around 13 inches. Asheville North Carolina and the surrounding mountains are also most popular in the autumn when fall foliage peaks in October. Asheville is very popular for hiking, camping, rafting & outdoor activities on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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