Homes for Sale
in Western North Carolina

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Asheville, N.C.
In a nutshell:
A charming university town for "unretired" retirees.
Population: 63,246
Avg. home price: $129,000
Nearest big city: Charlotte
2 hours by car.
Annual sunny days: 209
Avg. low temp: 27.3F
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NEARBY TOWNS ARE:

1. Hendersonville, Flat Rock,
    Saluda, Fletcher
2. Sylva, Dillsboro     
3. Maggie Valley, Waynesville

City of Asheville: 
The kind of small city that is just the right size for an uncrowded quality of life.

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Surrounding Townships:
See the above map for relative locations.

Leicester:

Retreat Center: a very special and unique property, the Glade Mountain Retreat has served as a spiritual retreat center, health facility, corporate retreat, and private residence for the past 18 years. Located in the peaceful, secluded Sandymush valley in Leicester on over 5 acres of carefully tended, organically cultivated landscaping, the retreat features a custom Deltec dome with two wings that sleeps 12, a spring house that can house 6 people, and a main house with 3 bedrooms. The property also offers a Biodome glass greenhouse, many established fruit & nut trees, grape vines & berries, organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers - all grown using organic gardening methods. Affordably priced at $475,000, this priceless treasure is awaiting the new caretakers as Jo & John Kellen prepare to retire. 


Hendersonville: for town/county info, click HERE.

Call Ambassador Realty, LLC. at 828-697-6656
or toll-free at 888-697-6656.

Flat Rock: for Town/County info, click HERE

Click HERE for more info on this Deltec FSBO... 
Brand new 2-story Deltec Home
is For Sale By Owner!

A cozy, affordable house in the country...

New Deltec Home FSBO:
The perfect retreat for peace and quiet and to enjoy cool summer evenings. New construction, contemporary home secluded in forested mountaintop acreage with a gentle slope. Ideal for those who like privacy and solitude. Designed to be low-maintenance with all living on entry-level floor (including powder room, coat closet, w/d.) Two bedrooms/baths large family room, and hobby/storage room downstairs. Convenient to Greenville/Spartanburg, SC and Asheville/Hendersonville, NC (20 to 45 minutes) in prestigious Flat Rock area. 

Type:
New Construction, : Address: 830 Fortescue Road, Flat Rock, NC 28732
Asking price: $450,000, Current loan type: Conventional, Flexibility: Willing to finance
Owner's name: Vervin Stamey, Contact phone: 828-692-1221
Alternate Phone: 828-699-2269, Email Address: holmbuilders@bellsouth.net
Tell him that you saw this listing on OutdoorFun.com!
More Details:
http://www.forsalebyowner.com/perl-bin/showAd.cgi?iListingID=10101789&B1.x=13&B1.y=10 


Sylva:

 


Waynesville: for town/county info, click HERE.

House for Rent: 2BR/2BA in Walnut Creek. 
Tastefully furnished separate main floor of private home. Spacious open plan, 1040 sqft with spectacular views from covered porch and open deck. Hardwood flooring, tile and carpet. Gas fireplace. 8 miles from hospital and HCC. Easy driveway entry in upscale neighborhood. $500 per month plus utilities. Deposit and references required. 6 month or longer lease. 
Full details and photos HERE.
Call 828-456-8428.

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