Buncombe County, NC Homes for Sale
Asheville, NC At A Glance
Downtown Asheville has become a bustling central business district bursting with commerce, restaurants, art, and entertainment. The balanced mix of vintage architecture and newly constructed buildings helps give Asheville the vibrant, eclectic vibe that is so prevalent in its art scene.
With easy access to nearby metropolitan areas such as Greenville, SC (63 miles), Spartanburg, SC (70 miles), and Charlotte, NC (128 miles), as well as many campsites and wilderness retreats along the Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville is a prime western North Carolina destination for new home buyers.
We at Looking Glass Realty LLC are here to help you find a home that aligns with the life you want while keeping your budget in mind. Our Asheville, NC real estate agents are experts in the local community and surrounding areas throughout Buncombe County.
Homes For Sale in Asheville, NC
Whether you are looking for a quaint mountain cabin, an eclectic townhome, an industrial flat, or a luxurious getaway, Asheville, NC has something for everyone!
Looking Glass Realty is dedicated to providing access to the highest quality homes for sale in Asheville, NC. If you can't find what you're looking for please don't hesitate to contact us today!
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Asheville Community & Lifestyle
Eclectic Hub For Arts & Culture
Asheville is home to countless galleries, museums, and performance venues that showcase the brilliant and creative spirit of the local people. Opportunities to experience the arts and culture scene include visits to the Asheville Art Museum, Thomas Wolfe House, Black Mountain College Museum, Asheville Museum of Science, Downtown Asheville Art District featuring BlueSpiral 1 Fine Arts Gallery, The Haen Gallery, and more.
Fine Art Galleries & Events
Experience the richness that the Asheville arts and culture scene has to offer in the River Arts District. Here, you can visit the working studios and galleries of hundreds of artists and craftspeople. View, purchase, use, decorate, and gift the painting, pottery, jewelry, glasswork, metalwork, and woodwork of the local artisans.
If you yourself are an artist or are interested in developing your artistic skills further, the River Arts District in Asheville offers many arts events and classes in different media throughout the year. And don’t forget to check out the First Friday Art Walks!
Live Music, Comedy Shows & Performing Arts
Watch Asheville come alive at one of the dozens of venues hosting live music, poetry readings, theatre performances, and comedy shows.
Music and theatre venues include Isis Music Hall, Diana Wortham Theater, The Grey Eagle, The Odd, The Orange Peel, U.S. Cellular Center/Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, and the Shindig on the Green bluegrass music and dance festival at Pack Square Park.
Food Scene For All Palates
In recent years, Asheville, NC, has strengthened its reputation as one of the most growing and diverse food scenes in the country. Home to nearly 250+ independent restaurants and food trucks, several of which offer completely vegan and vegetarian menus or local and sustainable meats and cheeses, as well as 13 farmers' markets, Asheville has something for every palate.
If you are looking for something to wash down the delicious nosh, it won’t be hard to seek out one of the unparalleled craft breweries in Asheville — or “Beer Town U.S.A.”. Head down to the Biltmore Estate's Biltmore Winery or one of the many cideries local to one of the largest apple-producing areas in the country.
Surrounded by gorgeous views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, nature enthusiasts will have no shortage of outdoor activities in Asheville, NC. Whether you want to hike, bike, and rock climb in the mountains, swim, fish, and paddle on the French Broad River and local lakes, or play a round of golf or a match of tennis at a nearby Community center, there is an adventure waiting for you around every corner in Asheville.
Begin Your Adventure
Begin your adventure by browsing the community pages on our website or call Looking Glass Realty LLC today at (828) 883-HOME (4663) to request a tour or open house information.
Buncombe County, NC Residential Communities
- City and Mountain Views
- Fitness Centers & Gyms
- Omni Grove Park Inn Golf Course & Spa
- French Broad River Park
- Carrier Park
- Asheville Art Museum
- Thomas Wolfe House
- Black Mountain College Museum
- Asheville Museum of Science
- Downtown Asheville Art District featuring BlueSpiral 1 Fine Arts Gallery, The Haen Gallery, and many more
- First Friday Art Walks
- Music Venues: Isis Music Hall, The Grey Eagle, The Odd, The Orange Peel, U.S. Cellular Center/Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Shindig on the Green bluegrass music and dance festival at Pack Square Park
- Walking Distance to Restaurants & Brewpubs
- The Beaver Lake Perimeter Trail & Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary
- French Broad Co-op Grocery
- Asheville City Market
- UNCA Botanical Gardens
- NC Arboretum
Location & Details
- Asheville Price Range:
- Asheville Size: 45.85 Square Miles/ 92,300 - 92,750 Resident
Asheville, NC Information
- Average price per square foot: $291
- Common styles: Mountain Homes, Townhomes, Modern Flats, Lake Houses, Traditional Southern Homes
Distances & Drive Times
- Waynesville — (38 hr)
- Hendersonville — (50 min)
- Brevard — (54 min)
- Asheville Regional Airport –- 15miles
- Greenville-Spartanburg Int'l Airport — 78miles
- Charlotte-Douglas Int'l Airport — 127miles
- Hartsfield-Jackson ATL Int'l Airport — 208miles
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