8 Places in WNC that Prove that Art Should be Accessible to All

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There has always been a rich atmosphere of creation throughout Western North Carolina. The Appalachian mountains have a storied history of handmade crafts, ranging from weaving to woodworking, pottery to jewelry. Fine artists have been attracted to the area for more than a century, as well. Innovative artists like Robert Rauschenberg, Josef and Anni Albers,… Read more »

November’s Most Popular Homes Still up for Grabs

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566 Windy River Ridge in Burnsville

Homes across Western North Carolina have been selling quickly for several seasons—too quickly for many homebuyers! But there are still many really remarkable homes available in the mid price ranges. It’s no wonder that homes at those prices are gaining so much well-deserved attention. Several of this month’s most popular listings on beverly-hanks.com are already… Read more »

TacoBilly is Eating up West Asheville!

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TacoBilly is Eating up West Asheville!

Located in West Asheville, TacoBilly has become a haven for culinary treats and social interaction.   The smallest of canvases can contain the biggest of ideas. “You can take anything and put it in a taco. There are so many options with tortillas—the possibilities are endless,” said Hunter Berry. Every day for Berry is a… Read more »

Natural and Cultural Diversity Abound in Buncombe County

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Natural and Cultural Diversity Abound in Buncombe County

The four-season temperate climate in Buncombe County makes year-round living easy! Because of the broad range of elevations and corresponding climates and plant growth, the area is one of the most biodiverse in the United States and the world. What’s more, Buncombe County’s approximately 240,000 residents make up Western North Carolina’s economic and cultural center… Read more »

5 Sense-sational Spots to Enjoy Fresh Apples in West Asheville

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Sweet, savory, pureed, or pressed—there are so many ways to enjoy fresh apples in the fall! Today, we’re going to focus on a microcosm of menus featuring the fresh fruit: West Asheville along Haywood Road. Though not specifically in the heart of apple country, this mile-and-a-half stretch demonstrates a good cross section of how apples… Read more »


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Meet Julie Smith, the agent for this week's WLOS Home of the Week

Julie Smith is always up for a world-class adventure! After personally remodeling numerous homes, building new houses, and helping hundreds of people find their perfect home, Julie can tell you firsthand that there’s plenty of adventure in real estate! She received her license in 1997, and has been riding the real estate wave ever since…. Read more »


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WLOS Home of the Week: 86.5 Langwell Avenue

Welcome to 86.5 Langwell Avenue, West Asheville Enjoy privacy in the heart of bustling West Asheville at this original arts and crafts bungalow. This truly fantastic 1927 home is set in the heart of one of Asheville’s most desirable neighborhoods. It has beautiful hardwoods throughout, many built-ins, and a master suite that encompasses the whole… Read more »