Asheville ranks number 9 in list of 10 Best Places for Second Homes. At long last, the market for luxury real estate in Asheville is coming back to life.
From the Article on Barrons.com
9. Asheville, N.C. Nestled in the mountains of North Carolina, Asheville offers a four-seasons lifestyle with just enough culture and good restaurants to keep urban-withdrawal pangs at bay. Some homebuyers come from the Northeast, and many come from Florida to beat the heat. The locals call them “halfbacks,” since Asheville is halfway up the East Coast. The town has a university and a thriving art scene. We like the 1920s-vintage Tudor homes in the Biltmore Forest district, once part of the adjacent Biltmore Estate. The funky Grove Park neighborhood is also worth a look.
Median Price: $700,000
Drop From Peak : 38%
Neighbor : Andie McDowell
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