Buncombe County months of inventory through May 1, 2013. We are still in a buyers market until we start to see MOI below 6 months. However, each neighborhood has different variables that and certain areas are selling very fast.
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15 Baird Alley Asheville, NC 28804
Style: 1 Story w/ Basement
Year Built: 1996
-Beautiful, barely lived-in home on a sunny, private home site in Beaver Lake. Flat yard with room for kids to play and for you to garden. Home boasts an open floor plan w/ master on main. Wood fireplace, large deck, gutter shields, and room to grow. Full unfinished basement that is framed and insulated and plumbed for a bathroom ready for you to finish.
114 Holland Street Asheville, NC 28801
MLS #: 5150296
Bed/Bath: 4 / 3.5
Year Built: 2008
Walk to downtown Asheville & Whole Foods. Stunning custom-built home with open floor plan, gourmet kitchen w/ custom cabinetry & marble counter tops. Wide-plank oak floors, large laundry/mud room, custom marble gas fireplace, walk-in closets. Large master suite bathroom has over sized shower & tub. Fenced back yard w/ flagstone patio & covered front porch. Mature hardwoods. Finished basement perfect for bedroom/office. Entertainers dream!
Contact me if you would like a tour of this beautiful home!
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Asheville is that type of unique, special place that lingers sweetly in your mind and memories for years to come. The city’s rich architectural legacy with its mix of Art Deco, Beaux Arts and Neoclassical styles is the perfect retro-urban backdrop to the edgy energy that emanates from the locally owned-shops and art galleries, distinctive restaurants and exciting entertainment venues. Known as an art colony, a healing resort and a home to notable luminaries, statesmen and bohemians, Asheville is one of the most welcoming, vibrant cities in America.
A bastion of cutting-edge art and technology in the Blue Ridge, the city also prides itself on its fascinating Appalachian past and celebrates this culture with annual events such as Shindig on the Green. While many cities underwent major overhauls in past decades, Asheville’s historic and architecturally diverse downtown remains beautifully preserved.
There’s something special about Asheville, and the world is just beginning to discover it. This thriving mountain city features a funky and eclectic downtown, 30-plus art galleries downtown alone, a burgeoning culinary scene, a thriving live music scene and, of course, the awe-inspiring scenery of the Appalachian Mountains.
Asheville is the ultimate playground, with a wide diversity of outdoor adventures and the ideal destination for an active and healthy getaway.
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