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Explore These Asheville Neighborhoods Near the Grove Park Inn

The Grove Park Inn is one of those iconic Asheville landmarks: steeped in history, expansive in its grandeur and beauty, and an inviting spot to spend a few hours enjoying dinner or drinks while taking in the breathtaking Blue Ridge views. Want to find the perfect home near this famed inn? There are a range of neighborhoods within walking distance, replete with their own charm, as well as easy access to plenty of amenities. Here are a few of our favorites:

Neighborhoods Near Grove Park in Asheville

Grove Park

Naturally, the nearest neighborhood to the Grove Park Inn shares its name: Grove Park neighborhood stands apart for its perfectly appointed homes, tree-lined streets, stately stonework and immaculately terraced yards – all anchored by the Grove Park Inn and golf course. An excellent example of early 20th century residential design, the Grove Park neighborhood offers plenty of paths for strolling against majestic backdrops. And it’s only a short distance to the eclectic restaurants dotting Charlotte Street, as well as downtown Asheville.


This welcoming neighborhood, boasting tree-lined streets, eclectic architecture, and an array of urban conveniences, sits just west of the Grove Park Inn. With the shopping corridor of Merrimon Avenue slicing through the center of Grace, a range of stores, restaurants and other services are within a short walk or drive of the neighborhood’s residences. At the same time, picturesque spots like the hilltop Grace Episcopal Church mingle with the neighborhood’s warmth and easy pace to make Grace feel worlds away from the commercial hustle. A mix of home designs defines the neighborhood, including stately structures from the 1930s, rambling mid-century ranches, and sleek new construction. Sidewalks line many of Grace’s streets, making this neighborhood one of the most walkable in Asheville. 

Grace Neighborhood Asheville

Norwood Park

Filled with historic homes, Norwood Park is situated to the west of the Grove Park Inn, and offers proximity to Merrimon Avenue retail, along with a popular park, tennis courts, and sports fields. Norwood Park’s Historic District was largely developed in the early part of the 20th century and includes colonial revival and bungalow-style structures. In addition to being mere minutes from the Grove Park Inn, Norwood Park is also within walking distance of Asheville’s downtown district, as well the shops and restaurants of Charlotte Street.

Town Mountain

Just to the east of the Grove Park Inn sits Town Mountain, an enclave boasting seclusion along with unparalleled Blue Ridge views. Its main artery, a meandering route of hairpin turns and switchbacks, winds up Beaucatcher Mountain from downtown. Dotting the hills are remarkable homes in a wide variety of styles, perched perfectly to maximize mountain enjoyment. Town Mountain offers residents a luxuriously remote environment, while at the same time being close to both the Blue Ridge Parkway and Asheville’s city center. 

Grace Neighborhood Asheville NC


Just north of the Grove Park Inn, the neighborhood of Beaverdam is a perfect blend of country and city. Surrounded by peaceful rolling hills, farmland and winding country roads, it’s hard to believe the Beaverdam community is just minutes from the bustling commercial mecca of Merrimon Avenue. Beaverdam offers everything from traditional family homes to contemporary, eco-friendly, green-built residences, all just a short drive to downtown Asheville. 

For more information on neighborhoods close to the Grove Park Inn, or anywhere in Asheville and Western N.C., please contact us at, or call us anytime at 828-707-9556.

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