Craggy Park is a new community of 45 GreenBuilt homes located in the heart of walkable West Asheville, featuring organic gardens and stream-side walking trails. The community's unique design clusters homes together to preserve green space and to allow for many amenities that foster community through shared use. Craggy Park is connected to [...]
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more walkable, picturesque neighborhood in Asheville than the historic district of Montford. Taking a stroll through this visually vibrant neighborhood is to step back in time, to a period of rich architectural influences reflective of the cosmopolitan character of the city at the turn of the 20th century. [...]
In a triangle tucked between the Merrimon and Broadway Avenue corridors, just north of downtown Asheville, is the neighborhood known collectively as Five Points and UNC-Asheville. Lining the cluster of prime residential homes that makes up Five Points are an array of businesses – groceries, spas, coffee shops, bed and breakfast inns – all [...]
Undeniably, the neighborhood in Asheville that is undergoing the most radical change at the moment is the River Arts District.
This district is situated just southwest of downtown Asheville, nestled between the bustling central business district, historic Biltmore Village and funky West Asheville. The French Broad River defines the [...]
Just west of the desirable historic West Asheville neighborhood lies the quiet community of Malvern Hills. This hidden gem of Asheville has a rich history and a vibrant community. Additionally, as a part of West Asheville, it is a highly walkable community.
The History of Malvern Hills Neighborhood in Asheville
Beginning in the 1820s, [...]
For many people, the image of friends, couples, children and retirees gathering together at a city’s parks, and arriving there in multifaceted ways, brings about a feeling of community well-being. In an increasingly busy and crowded world, we often make choices about our homes based upon access and proximity to public parks and alternative [...]
Part of the wide appeal of Asheville is its aesthetic. Though it is a small city, nestled among the ancient Blue Ridge Mountains, it draws in flocks of tourists. Many of these tourists eventually make their way into the charming [...]