- Mike and Mary Damon, Waynesville
Asheville Real Estate and Home Sales
Margaret's Direct Line: 828-216-2300 Email: info@AtHomeInAsheville.com
And: residential real estate home sales in Buncombe, Henderson, and Madison Counties including: Arden, Weaverville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Fletcher, and surrounding areas
(sorry, I do not deal with rentals)
Welcome! I hope you find tons of useful information and home search options on this website. Consider me your resource for home buying, selling, or relocation in the Asheville area, and please email or call me with questions!
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Is ASHEVILLE Your Place to Call HOME?
Most people don't move to Asheville because they have to. We are a place that people want to live. For most of us, living in Asheville is a deliberate choice that fulfills a longing or dream. We want to live surrounded by natural beauty and abundant outdoor activities. We want to be immersed in arts and cultural diversity. We want to be part of a place that accepts and embraces us as we are. We want a town small enough where we run into people we know every time we go out, yet big enough that there are shopping and cultural opportunities. We want to be in a place that gets "green" and conservation of natural resoures and wonders.
If any of that sounds like where you want to be, let's make it happen together!Margaret firstname.lastname@example.org 828-216-2300
Overview: Asheville has boomed in the last decade, but that boom is nothing compared to the 300% growth rate from 1900 to 1929! As a result, much of the Asheville you see today springs from that early era. Escaping much of the urban renewal of the 1960s and 70s, downtown boasts more Art Deco architecture than anywhere other than Miami, FL. The in-town residential neighborhoods are primarily composed of bungalows of various sizes with some ranch in-fill from the '60s. The outskirts to town become more mixed, but those areas, too, were mostly built out by the 1970s. The more recent construction has been in-fill or in subdivisions further out from downtown proper.Whether you want an in-town location such as West Asheville, North Asheville, downtown Asheville, etc., a more suburban area like Arden or Fletcher, a small town like Weaverville or Black Mountain, or a country home in Fairview, Candler, or Swannanoa, I can help you find just the right home!
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