35.6598, -82.5134 Chimney Laurel on Elk Mountain Market Information
Tucked into the cool deep forests of Western North Carolina close to Asheville, six moss-covered chimneys rise from the earth as natural as any other element. They are all that remain of cottages built there in the 1930s; quarters created for affluent friends of Author Thomas Wolfe’s family. Discover what those friends loved about this land…refreshing mountain breezes, stunning long range views, fire-red and purple sunsets, clear spring waters, and lush mountain flora.
These chimneys will soon welcome homes again. Introducing Chimney Laurel on Elk Mountain, a gated residential community with 26 home sites. This is Asheville real estate redefined; a residential community built with respect for the land and its history.
Below is a selection of properties in Chimney Laurel on Elk Mountain. If you would like to view all properties in this area. click here
Disclaimer: The map service includes search results such as listings and related information provided by third parties. Beverly-Hanks makes no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information provided by these third parties.
You can create your personal vision of the perfect mountain home using natural materials such as stone, timber, and granite. We can provide a list of professional trade and craft people who will build your home with quality and care. You provide the creative input for the home suited to your character.
The planned common area with picnic tables and a fire pit is a great way to get to know your neighbors. Everywhere you look, trees are plentiful and the owners took great care to preserve as many as possible. This is a community dedicated to preserving the secluded, breathtaking beauty of its surroundings; there is no golf course, pool, or other encroachment here.
The scatter diagram plots price (along the horizontal axis) and square footage (along the vertical axis), the pattern of the resulting points reveals any correlation present between the price and the size of the home. When enough correctly selected closed sales are present a linear regression can be calculated providing insight for properly pricing a property. This graph is only useful when similar properties are considered. For assistance identifying similar properties and determining if a correlation does exist, please contact your agent or customer service.
This line graph monitors the average amount of time it takes to market and close on a property. This is useful for monitoring whether a market is accelerating or decelerating. Since it is calculated from closed properties it is useful as a trailing indicator. For assistance predicting the future direction of the market based on active properties, please contact your agent or customer service.
Examining the number of homes sold per month can be an effective way to gauge the sales pace for a particular market. When sales pace is considered alongside days on market the two metrics can prove very effective for revealing future market conditions.
In neighborhoods where properties closely resemble one another, tracking price per square foot over time can provide some basic pricing insight. It’s important to only use this graph in neighborhoods with properties of similar age, condition, and size. For help determining if price per square foot is appropriate, please contact your agent or customer service for more assistance.
This pie chart considers the distribution of sales across all of the price brackets during a specific time period and area. The chart is useful for quickly analyzing which price categories are most commonly sold and when multiple pie charts are considered for spotting consumer preferences across different geographies.
Information throughout these charts are represented as reported by the North Carolina Multiple Listing Service, which does not guarantee or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by the MLS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.