About Asheville Mountain Real Estate
New York Times – “One of the Most Desirable Places to live”
With downtown Asheville so close, Moore’s Valley makes the perfect mountain retreat get-away. Residents will enjoy the seclusion, but also, just 10 minutes away they can enjoy all that Asheville has to offer including the excellent shopping, health facilities, art shows, music and much more!
Asheville’s historic and architecturally diverse downtown remains beautifully preserved and offers and outstanding array of locally-owned shops, art galleries, distinctive restaurants and exciting entertainment venues.
With thousands of acres of national forest as its backyard, Asheville also offers some of the best hiking, rafting, skiing, golfing and mountain biking in the South. Within a short drive along the world famous Blue Ridge Parkway, visitors and residents can explore national treasures like Chimney Rock State Park, Mount Mitchell and the Folk Art Center of the Southern Highland Craft Guild.
Built in the 1880s, The Biltmore Estate is the realization of George Washington Vanderbilt's bold and enduring vision to create an estate both sustainable and beneficial to its surrounding community. As America's largest home, the estate now encompasses acres of gardens, park lands, and managed forests. A treasure no less marvelous today than at its inception over 100 years ago, the Biltmore Estate has become one of the largest draws for tourism in North Carolina.
Add to all of this access to some of the nation’s best healthcare, award winning universities and colleges and four mild seasons, and it’s no wonder Asheville and Western North Carolina have been called a “Second-Home Mecca” by Pinnacle Living, one of the “Most Desirable Places to Live” by the New York Times and “One of the top 10 places to buy a vacation rental home in the US” by NuWire Investor.
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