Results Are In! See 5 of the Most Popular Homes

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To see which listings could take home the coveted superlative of “Most Popular”, we looked at what homes earned the most views on Some larger, more expensive homes naturally got your attention, but the charming bungalows of Asheville as well as some smaller homes of the surrounding counties charged to the front of the most popular list this week. See, It’s not always the jock that wins out.

Here’s a look at 5 of the most viewed homes from this past this week.

1. Waynesville, NC


PRICE: $165,000

Enjoy the cozy wrap around deck on this immaculately maintained 2 bedroom and 2 bath home. Home boasts a single car garage and a spacious bonus room with a private outdoor patio. The gorgeous hardwood floors are enhanced by an abundance of natural light throughout the home. High ceilings and an open floor plan make this home perfect for you! This convenient location offers mountain views, low maintenance, paved access and city utilities.

Agent Brooke Parrott knows Waynesville, so she KNOWS what a great find this is. The cozy wrap around deck on this immaculately maintained 2 bedroom and 2 bath home offers both mountain views and a convenient location all at a lower price point than many other homes on the list. No wonder it’s so popular!

See other Waynesville homes currently on the market.


2. Asheville, NC


PRICE:  $299,000

-Convenient West Asheville Arts & Crafts community with sidewalks and playground near schools, dining and shops. This friendly neighborhood is just 10 minutes to downtown. 9 ft ceilings on main floor with open floor plan and level lot. Abundance of closet space in master on main. Huge storage area in attic with mini climbing walls. Private fenced low maintenance back yard with garden shed. Cozy covered front porch. Only $156/SF!!

When buying a home, location is key, and this home has it. Nestled in a convenient West Asheville Arts & Crafts community with sidewalks and nearby dining and shops, its the perfect place to live the Asheville lifestyle. Plus its completely adorable. Questions about living in Asheville? Agent Liz Boys Asbury can help answer them all with her wealth of knowledge from her 30+ years calling Asheville home.

See other Asheville homes currently on the market.


3. Hendersonville, NC


PRICE:  $199,500

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Tucked away on cul-de-sac in a convenient walking and bike friendly neighborhood in north Henderson county, this homes natural setting offers privacy. Attention to detail is prevalent throughout this custom built home from the vaulted ceilings to the spacious back deck. Hendersonville’s dynamic duo of Mike and Polly Orr are experts on the area and know that this home won’t be on the market long.

See other Henderson County homes currently on the market.

4. Asheville, NC


PRICE:   $1,090,000

most-popular-home-beverly-hanks - 76 BROOKLINE DR IN ASHEVILLE,

Wow. Just wow. Awesome real estate photography that really shows what this home in The Ramble has to offer. A covered deck overlooking green space with a quiet stream & walking trails, a stately stone fireplace in the Great Room, and a  large, Gourmet Kitchen are just some of this home’s fine features. The Ramble is one of Asheville’s most desirable neighborhoods, and agent Miriam McKinney would love to show you why.

See More homes currently for sale in The Ramble

5. Asheville, NC


PRICE:   $530,000

Newer Traditional in a desirable North Asheville location. Open floor plan and includes an in-law/ guest apartment with a separate entrance. Stainless steel appliances. Crown moulding and 9' ceilings. Built-in vac system.

This newer traditional home has the charm expected of homes in North Asheville, consistently one of our most  popular community searches. Agent Pete McHugh has been with Beverly-Hanks for over 13 years, so he’s seen changes in the market and understands the current market of the area.

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