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Whimsical Weaverville Has It All

Weaverville NC Real Estate

North of Asheville sits the unique, scenic town of Weaverville, North Carolina, home to entrepreneurs and artisans alike. With a thriving downtown district offering an array of businesses and plenty of parking, Weaverville draws visitors from all around to its quaint, picturesque Main Street and lush public spaces. Living in Weaverville offers the best of all worlds: quiet country living just a stone’s throw from a thriving in-town commercial district, with a 15-minute drive to Downtown Asheville.

The Town of Weaverville, with its range of home styles – everything from stately colonials to rambling ranches – started as a community of farmers. John Weaver, the community’s namesake, was one of the first settlers in the region. Families steadily settled in the area over the next 70 years, leading to the construction of several churches and schools.

Outstanding Outdoor Activities Surround Weaverville

Blue Ridge Parkway WeavervilleResidents and visitors to Weaverville can enjoy two public parks within its jurisdiction: Lake Louise Park and the Main Street Nature Park. Well-maintained areas prized for passive recreation, the parks offer walking paths lined with volunteer-maintained flower beds and educational information celebrating Weaverville’s rich heritage.

For those looking for nearby nature adventures, Weaverville boasts an entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway, miles of local hiking trails, cycling routes, scenic drives, wildlife, and native plants. In addition, the Town of Weaverville hosts several community events throughout the year celebrating its unique roots in Western North Carolina, including a Memorial Day Observance at Lake Louise, Fire on the Lake: July 4th Celebration at Lake Louise, a 9/11 Observance at Lake Louise, a Veterans’ Day Observance at Lake Louise, and a Town Christmas Parade downtown.

Eclectic, Engaging Downtown Weaverville

Weaverville NC DowntownResidents and visitors can stroll the length of Main Street, enjoying the town’s unique shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as a range of art studios, where area artists welcome the public into their studios for events like the juried Art in Autumn and the Weaverville Art Safari. Some of the art galleries, shops, and restaurants that call downtown Weaverville home include: the Miya Gallery, Mangum Pottery, Shop Around the Corner, Blue Mountain Pizza & Brew Pub, Well Bred Bakery, Aabani Salon & Spa, Glass Onion, Curtis Wright Outfitters, All Good Coffee, Twisted Laurel Eatery & Lounge, Zebulon Artisan Ales and Maggie B’s Wine & Specialty Store.

For a personally guided tour of Weaverville, or for more information on real estate here or anywhere in Asheville, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

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In Picturesque Woodfin, NC, Fun and Amenities Abound

Woodfin NC Real Estate

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Nestled just north of Asheville, surrounded by picturesque vistas and exciting outdoor adventures, is the cozy community of Woodfin. Featuring eclectic shops and a range of dining options, Woodfin offers residents and visitors alike relaxed surroundings mere minutes from the amenities of the Merrimon Avenue corridor, and only a short drive to downtown Asheville. A range of housing options abound in Woodfin, from sleek condos with walkable amenities, to mid-century ranches with expansive yards, to modern mountain builds tucked in natural beauty.

Woodfin: a Little City in the Country

Woodfin YMCALocated in Buncombe County with a population just over 6,000, Woodfin was named for Nicholas Washington Woodfin, a renowned lawyer and statesman of early North Carolina, under whom Gov. Zebulon Vance clerked as an attorney. The town was incorporated in 1971, although the community itself dates back to at least the mid-19th century.

With Weaverville Road, Woodfin’s commercial epicenter, winding through the town, it’s easy to access a range of restaurants and stores. Moe’s Original Bar B Que, Eden-Out Bulk Organic Meals Delivery Service, Bellagio Bistro, and the Bavarian Restaurant & Biergarten are just a few of the tasty options available. The YMCA operates a facility and remote playing field out of Woodfin as well.

Also calling Woodfin home is the Shops at Reynolds Village, a collection of local businesses offering shopping, dining and other services. Located one mile north of Beaver Lake, Reynolds Village features walkable tree-lined streets, plenty of free parking, and fun community events in the town square and at various businesses on street level. The Knitting Diva, Spellbound Children’s Bookshop, Thirsty Monk and Chupacabra Latin Café all call Reynolds Village home. Services including medical, pet and floral are also available at the Shops. Getting some fun physical activity indoors is easy in Woodfin, with the Woodfin YMCA, 9Round North Asheville, Rococo Ballroom and Asheville Pilates located in the Shops.

Outdoor Adventures in Woodfin

French Broad River WoodfinThe French Broad River runs along the western length of Woodfin, meaning residents have easy access to all the outdoor water activities the river is famed for. Beaver Lake, with its scenic walking paths and varied wildlife species, is just a couple minutes’ drive from Woodfin. For an immersive, all-day adventure in the great outdoors, Woodfin is perfectly positioned near the Blue Ridge Parkway and all the hiking and camping options the parkway has to offer. Also nearby is the Botanical Gardens at Asheville, with its beautiful, easy hikes for an afternoon of outdoor enjoyment.

For a personally guided tour of Woodfin, or for more information on real estate here or anywhere in Asheville, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

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Lively Living in Leicester,NC, Against a Breathtaking Backdrop

Leicester Neighborhood Near Asheville

Leicester, a community nestled among rolling hills against a breathtaking Blue Ridge backdrop, sits 10 miles northwest of Asheville in Buncombe County. To spend time in Leicester is to discover the perfect balance of natural beauty, exciting annual events, and popular amenities, all within easy driving distance. Leicester’s ideal location puts it mere minutes from West Asheville, Downtown Asheville, Weaverville and Woodfin.

The area features a range of home styles – everything from rustic ranches to green builds to maintenance-free condominiums. Or you can find your perfect parcel of land to create the home of your dreams from scratch.

Leicester’s Beginnings

Leicester NC FarmIn 1829, a post office opened in the area, originally called Turkey Creek. Frontiersman Leicester Chapman purchased a tract of land in the area from the city of Asheville, becoming the postmaster in 1852. Seven years later, Chapman renamed the area Leicester for the Earl of Leicester, also his namesake.

New Leicester Highway serves as a main commercial corridor for the community, featuring a range of restaurants, grocery chains, and retail stores. If you’re looking to get away and immerse completely in the outdoors, the Great Smoky Mountains are a little over an hour’s drive. A favorite destination from Leicester is Max Patch in Pisgah National Forest, an Appalachian “bald” and one of the Appalachian Trail’s most popular hikes.

Leicester Area Activities

Leicester Farm GoatsLeicester is brimming with annual events and seasonal fests to keep residents and visitors entertained year-round. Following, a few favorites:

·      Asheville Barnaroo – Started in 2009 and held every fall at Franny’s Farm, this popular festival features non-stop music over 38 acres for three days. It aims to showcase, promote and celebrate local and regional singer-songwriters and bands in rock, folk, Americana, bluegrass and funk. The fest offers optional camping; concertgoers can enjoy local beer from Hi-Wire, local food from Farm to Fender food truck, and talented regional crafts and artists.

·      Come to Leicester Studio Tour – This annual art studio tour, held in August, showcases Leicester’s local talent and builds awareness of its vibrant arts community. The free, self-guided tour of more than 23 studios and shops offers the opportunity to see artists at work, and to purchase pieces. A detailed tour map is available at every tour stop.

·      Addison Farms Vineyard – This family-owned and -operated vineyard, winery and tasting room is situated on 55 pristine, rolling acres, land that has been in the family for four generations. The tasting room is open year-round; Addison also offers a Winemaker’s Tour & Tasting for a personal, behind-the-scenes experience.

·      Noble Cider Taproom – Located on New Leicester Highway, Noble Cider – Asheville’s first hard cider company – offers visitors the opportunity to watch raw apples arriving for pressing, fresh apple juice being pumped into tanks to be fermented, or the finished product being put into kegs or bottles. Noble’s 20 taps feature an eclectic range of crisp and creative hard ciders. Open Wednesday-Sunday.

For a personally guided tour of Leicester, or for more information on real estate here or anywhere in the Asheville area, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

 

Catch Mosaic Realty Agent Laura Moye on National TV

Laura Moye on National TV

Our very own Laura Moye is making her small-screen debut this week! Tune in to “Mountain Life” on Great American Country (GAC) June 25 at 9 p.m. ET to see Laura help her clients, Alesha and Sean – and their dog Bandit – find and purchase their growing family’s first home in Canton.

Can’t tune in? Not to worry. The episode airs several more times in the coming weeks on GAC and HGTV. Click here for listings. https://www.greatamericancountry.com/shows/mountain-life/episodes/200

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Mills River Offers Ample Space Amid Abundant Natural Beauty

Mills River Neighborhood

Within minutes of some of the country’s most popular and picturesque state and national forests sits Mills River, a town in the northwestern part of Henderson County stretching northeast to the Buncombe County border and southwest to the Transylvania County line. Sitting 17 miles to the southwest of Asheville, Mills River offers expansive living against breathtaking backdrops, with close proximity to all manner of amenities.

Mills River was incorporated as a town in 2003, and has a population of around 7,000. Featuring rolling hills dotted with everything from rambling ranches to newly constructed homes, as well as lots ready for custom creations, the town is a draw for those seeking room to stretch out, but still be within arm’s reach of conveniences. The Asheville Regional Airport and I-26 are mere minutes away. The towns of Hendersonville (8 miles away) and Brevard (14 miles away) are also easily accessible.

Outdoor Adventures Abound

Du Pont State ForestWhen it comes to outdoor adventures, Mills River can’t be beat. For water activities, the French Broad River flows through the northeastern part of town, while one of its tributaries, the Mills River, flows through the center of town. Both Pisgah National Forest and DuPont State Forest are a short drive away, offering daytrips overflowing with waterfalls, hiking paths and mountain biking trails – you can even take a horseback trail ride. The area also boasts renowned destinations like Sliding Rock and the Cradle of Forestry.

For world-class music performances, Mills River is just a short drive from the Brevard Music Center’s Summer Festival, which features everything from bluegrass to classical to operatic productions.

Excitement is Brewing in Mills River

Sierra Nevada Brewery Mills RiverA major boon to the town came in 2014, when Sierra Nevada opened a brewery – its second in the U.S. – in Mills River. The sprawling, state-of-the-art facility and Taproom and Restaurant draw thousands of visitors from all over the region and the world to enjoy tours, tastings and special events, as well as live music indoors and outdoors, in a relaxed family atmosphere. 

Other popular spots to visit in Mills River include the Mills River Creamery, offering a range of locally made milk, cheeses, ice cream, as well as the Bold Rock Hard Cidery, which has daily tours, tastings, flights and food.

For a personally guided tour of Mills River, or for more information on real estate here or anywhere in the Asheville area, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

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In Candler, Pastoral Living Pairs with Enviable Amenities

Candler NC Real Estate

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Conveniently located just west of Asheville and surrounded by stunning mountain views sits the pastoral community of Candler. This Buncombe County region in Hominy Valley offers all the advantages of country life – more acreage on average than city properties, in a wider price range – coupled with easy access to downtown Asheville and a multitude of retail amenities.

Originally settled by the native Cherokee, Candler was claimed by German, Scottish and English settlers in the early to mid-1700s. In 1885, Civil War Capt. John K. Hoyt resided in a Queen Anne style house in Candler, which today operates as a historic bed and breakfast, the Engadine Inn.

Enka Candler NC Homes for SaleFrom Farms to Townhomes in Candler, NC

Candler properties for purchase run the gamut: Everything from working farms to low-maintenance townhomes is available. Tucked-away estates, rambling ranches in subdivisions, compact cottages and vacant land for building a custom home are all available in Candler.

The Farm at Bradshaw Lane, Lindon Cove Crossing and Justice Ridge Estates are just a few of the communities that offer quality-built homes in a beautiful mountain setting with minimal HOA restrictions. High Meadows, Challedon and Morgan Branch Estates feature older homes in established neighborhoods. For newer homes in a range of sizes, Holcombe Meadows, Holcombe Woods and Village at Knotty Alder are possibilities. Cross Creek is a community of newer one-level homes with half-acre lots. Woodside Hills is a neighborhood of mainly 1970s brick ranches boasting picturesque yards and city services.

Don’t want the upkeep of a large house and yard? The Vistas of Westfield and Brigadoon presents low-maintenance townhome living, with pools and clubhouses.

For luxurious amenities, Biltmore Lake boasts a large variety of homes and townhomes with access to a 62-acre lake, beach, clubhouse, tennis courts and walking trails.

Enka Candler NC Near AshevilleCandler has Perfect Proximity to Retail and Outdoor Amenities

Candler has easy access to I-26 and I-40; Smokey Park Highway (19-23) is the main route through town. Monte Vista, Liberty Road, Pisgah Highway (NC 151), Dogwood Road, Justice Ridge and Sand Hill Road are major secondary roads that branch off to a variety of neighborhoods.

Candler boasts a local YMCA, a number of large grocery stores, and a handful of popular homestyle eateries: The Miami, Sand Hill Kitchen and Highway 151 are some local favorites. The community is served by three public elementary schools and one middle school; most of Candler lies within the district of Enka High School. Outdoor activities like hiking, biking and camping abound around Candler, with the N.C. Arboretum, Bent Creek Experimental Forest and Blue Ridge Parkway all a short drive away. On a clear day in Candler, you can catch the delightful sight of hot air balloons flying across Hominy Valley; one might even land in your backyard!

Carol Marin Candler NC Real Estate AgentAmong other areas and property types, Mosaic Realty agent Carol Marin specializes in property in the Candler area. For a personally guided tour of Candler or to list your Candler property, please contact Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty broker Carol Marin at (828) 545-2712, or email her at Carol@MyMosaicRealty.com

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Easy-to-Install Green Features for Your Home

Solar Panels Green Homes

Even if your home isn’t green built, you and your family can still find ways to live a more environmentally friendly life at home. From installing low-flow showerheads to buying more energy-efficient appliances, even small adjustments can pay off big time for the environment – and for your wallet.

Get a Compost Bin

Compost Green HomesComposting kitchen scraps – coffee grounds, fruit, vegetable peels, even napkins – is a great way to keep food waste out of landfills, where it generates the greenhouse gas methane. And the resulting compost is a free, easy way to fertilize your garden. Invest in a compost bin, which is designed to hasten the decomposition of organic matter through proper aeration and moisture retention. Another option is worm composting, where worms eat food scraps, which becomes compost as they pass through the worm's body.

Save Water

According to the EPA, the average American household can waste 180 gallons of water per week through faucet leaks alone. Check and replace any leaky fixtures. In addition, installing low-flow showerheads and faucet aerators can curb unnecessary water usage. Outside your home, choose native vegetation for your landscaping, since they generally require less water. Install a rain barrel to collect water for outdoor use.

Replace Old Light Bulbs with LEDs

Swapping out old bulbs for LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs is an easy way to go green in your home. Old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs waste up to 90% of their energy as heat. LED lights use 80% less energy, and light about 25 times longer, than incandescent bulbs. LED lights don’t produce as much heat, which can save on energy and maintenance costs.

Become a Fan of Fans

Air conditioning accounts for a huge portion of a home’s electricity use. To save money and energy while still keeping cool in the summer, install ceiling fans or place inexpensive oscillating fans throughout your house.

Get Smart about Thermostats

Smart Thermostate Green HomesProgrammable thermostats, one of many types of new smart home features, regulate your home’s temperature according to settings you create for certain times of the day. That means your thermostat can turn the air or heat off when you’re not home, or lower it when you’re asleep. A smart thermostat will save on energy costs, and prevent energy waste.

Seek Solar

Photovoltaic devices and materials, which can convert sunlight into electricity, are becoming increasingly popular for residential use. Solar power can be harnessed to create electricity for your home, to heat water and to improve indoor lighting. Though this feature is not necessarily easy for you to install, there are many local solar companies who walk you through the process and will help you navigate the existing rebates and tax incentives.

Plug Air Leaks

Apply weather stripping around your doors and caulk around your windows to prevent air leaks into and out of your house. Doing so will keep your HVAC system from having to overwork to maintain a desirable indoor temperature.

Upgrade Appliances

Got an old agitator washer in your laundry room? That machine uses about 70% more water than many models available today. Thanks to tighter restrictions on energy use, washers, along with other major appliances like dryers, refrigerators and dishwasher, are much more efficient and environmentally friendly. Swapping out your old, energy-hogging appliances for new, greener ones may seem pricey initially, but doing so will pay off in the long run.

For more information about green homes or about Asheville Real Estate, contact Mosaic Realty owner Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com, or call him anytime at 828-337-8190.

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Pinpoint Your Perfect Asheville Home With Mosaic Realty's Advanced Search Feature

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A boutique real estate agency born and built in the heart of Asheville, N.C., Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty’s intimate size and deep local roots offer the ideal mix of knowledge and personalized service that consistently places us among the top firms for sales per agent in the area. Part of Mosaic’s success as an Asheville agency is its ability to precisely pinpoint properties to match a range of parameters, digging deep to help you find the perfect fit.

To that end, Mosaic offers an advanced search feature on its website. This feature works to your benefit by implementing focused criteria so you can see each and every property available – in exactly the style, size and location you want it. Following are a few ways Mosaic’s advanced feature expertly streamlines your home search in Asheville.

Search Asheville Real EstateSearch by Asheville Property Type and Size

Your property needs may go beyond a traditional home: Maybe you’re looking for land on which to build, a multifamily dwelling for investment, or even a bed and breakfast. Mosaic’s advanced search feature allows you to select specific property types and even subtypes, like pre-construction, residential auction or equity ownership.

Most general search features allow buyers to plug in for the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, but Mosaic goes beyond this to allow you to set such varied parameters as minimum and maximum square footage, acreage and number of exterior spaces. Doing so allows for laser-focused finds, saving you time and energy in your Asheville home search.

Search Asheville Homes for SaleTown, Street and Year-Built Searches

Maybe one of the smaller towns bordering Asheville has struck your fancy, or you have a particular street in or around the Asheville area that appeals to you: Mosaic’s advanced search feature allows you to take your search beyond city limits, to towns like Enka, Brevard, Flat Rock, Hendersonville, Waynesville and many others. Or you can type in a specific street name to see if any properties at that address have hit the market.

If you’re looking for a mid-century stunner, or you see yourself in a modern mountain home, Mosaic can help narrow your search. Simply enter the “Year Built After” or “Year Built Before” to turn up properties that fit your preference.

To see more ways you can refine your Asheville home search, visit https://mymosaicrealty.com/real-estate/search/. For more information on the homes your find, or for a personally guided tour of neighborhoods and available properties in Asheville, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

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Selling Your Home? Early Prep Promises Less Stress

Kitchen Ready for Home Sale

Spring’s warm weather invariably beckons buyers, making it a prime time to list your Asheville home. However, that same motivation also inspires other sellers to crowd the market. While it may seem overwhelming to stay ahead of the flurry, taking early steps to prepare for a sale will ensure less stress when your home hits the market. Here are some ways to get a leg up from the outset.

De-Clutter Before Selling Your Home

This may seem like an obvious first step, but sellers are often unsure of how thoroughly they should pare down their presentation. Start with those stacks of books and papers, unnecessary items crowding your kitchen and bathroom counters, shelves piled high with knickknacks, clothes cluttering the closets, and the like. Art is fine, but put away family and personal photos – you want potential buyers to see themselves, not you, in the home. Streamline furnishings and keep hallways and paths free of any objects that can impede the flow of the home.

Staged Bedroom for SalePinpoint and Eliminate Small Flaws

Turn a critical eye to your home and you’re sure to uncover little flaws long overlooked. That unused curtain rod or those damaged blinds will most definitely distract, no matter how new the windows. Mismatched, outdated door fixtures and cabinet handles are an easy early fix that will leave the buyer with the impression of a clean, attractive aesthetic. An inexpensive chandelier can help to define a dining room, doing double duty if the light fixture needs updating anyway. And don’t neglect simple improvements to your exterior: Cleaning gutters and replacing broken ones not only improves the appearance of your home, but can help to mitigate musty odors often associated with backed-up drainage. Small improvements can pay off in a big way.

Boost Curb Appeal

Landscaping is an economical way to improve a buyer’s first impressions. And during the spring, it’s easy to surround your home in the season’s glorious green and vibrant color to boost appeal. Adding sod, small bushes, or a focal point like a stone walkway can enhance your home immensely. If you don’t have the funds for a full exterior paint job, coat the front door in a fresh color that complements the exterior but provides just the right pop to make your home stand out.

Uncluttered Bathroom SurfacesStage Your Home

Presenting your home as the star of the show is one of the easiest things you can do to up the appeal. Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty understands this, which is why Mosaic agents are equipped to give your home an aesthetic overhaul. Whether the undertaking is large or small, staging can offer a clean slate, free of distractions. Some ways you can easily begin the staging process:

·     Neutralize wall colors to provide a calm backdrop on which to create inviting rooms

·     Increase lighting, open blinds, clean windows – generally present an open, bright air about your home

·     Create furniture arrangements that are “conversational”: couches that face one another and aren’t pointed at a TV

·     Make small spaces appear larger with things like mirrors, pedestal sinks and “airy” furnishings: If you can, replace that giant sectional with a polished sofa, or a heavy hutch with understated shelves

·     Never leave a room empty; instead, turn it into a guest room, craft room or office

If spring has inspired you to sell, and you want an agent equipped to help you get the most out of the sale of your Asheville area home, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

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Nestled in Natural Beauty, Black Mountain's Big on Small-Town Appeal

Black Mountain Homes and Neighborhoods

Collaborative Post by Mosaic Realty agent Megan Shook and Mosaic blog writer Christie Kafka

The charming town of Black Mountain, nestled 15 miles east of Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is an arts and crafts, furniture and music mecca, boasting year-round appeal for full-time residents and second-home owners alike. Formerly home to the renowned Black Mountain College, Black Mountain offers an array of restaurants, specialty shops and breweries, as well as enviable access to lakes, waterfalls and hiking trails.

Black Mountain NCBrimming with activity

Dubbed “The Little Town That Rocks” thanks to the rocking chairs that line its picturesque streets, Black Mountain (population 7,500) was recently voted "Best Small Town in Western North Carolina," and it’s easy to see why. Black Mountain offers walkability with a central town square filled with a range of businesses. Gift shops, galleries, bed & breakfasts and antique stores populate the area.

For the outdoors and nature enthusiast, Black Mountain can’t be beat: walking, hiking, biking trails, greenways, camping, trout fishing, lakes and waterfalls dot the town and surrounding areas.Hiking options offer a challenge for any skill level, from short and easy (Lookout Point) to more strenuous (Seven Sisters mountain range).

Lake Tomahawk is close to the town center and offers a gravel walking path, playground and public community pool. Black Mountain also has its own popular 18-hole municipal golf course surrounded by enticing neighborhoods close to the town center. Nearby Montreat offers hiking trails, Fourth of July festivities, athletic events, and concerts at the college.

Megan Shook Black Mountain RealtorFind your mountain retreat

If you're looking to spread out further, Highway 9 offers miles and miles of mountain privacy stretching to Lake Lure and Gerton. Numerous neighborhoods are tucked away off of Highway 9, including several gated communities ideal for a second-home getaway. The Straightaway Cafe is its own hidden gem for Highway 9 residents and passersby alike, offering family-friendly music five nights a week.

Homes in Black Mountain are as varied as the town itself. From rambling ranches close to the town center, to expansive homesteads surrounded by peaceful acres of evergreens, to compact modern builds with mountain vistas perfect for a vacation home – Black Mountain offers buyers a range of properties as close to, or as far from, commercial hubs as they want to be.

For more information about real estate in Black Mountain, please contact Mosaic Community Lifestyle Realty agent Megan Shook at Megan@MyMosaicRealty.com, or call her anytime at 828-450-6797. 

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