This property Closed on 11/30/18
Close Price: $287,300
Original Listing Price: $299,000
List Date: 10/16/18
Here is your chance to live in one of the most desirable spots in Haw Creek's friendly, convenient Hawthorne Village. Located near the end of a quiet cul-de-sac across the street from a grassy meadow, only a half block from the community swimming pool & Club House, both near a running stream, this one-owner home has a spacious open floor plan, a vaulted ceiling in it's living room with gas fire place & door leading to the 112 square foot deck surrounded by lush landscaping that stretches across the the back of the house. The deck is also accessible through double glass doors from the master bedroom. The front entry serves as a lovely transition from the outdoors to the welcoming dinning area. In addition at the front of the house, overlooking the meadow, is the bright and airy kitchen, excellently arranged with desk and bookshelves. And the HOA takes care of exterior maintenance, landscaping and insurance. Located less than 10 minutes from downtown Asheville & the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Directions: I-240 to exit 7, left off exit onto Tunnel Rd. At first light, turn left into Haw Creek. Then turn immediately left on New Haw Creek Rd. Take the first right onto Dillingham Rd. At the end of the street turn left at the stop sign onto Old Haw Creek Rd. Take the second left at Hedgerose Court (sign says Hedge Rose Court). You will pass the Club House and pool on the right. 6A Hedgerose Court is the third home from the end of the street on the left. Sign will be in front of the house.
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With a population of 87,000, Asheville is the largest city in Western North Carolina and serves as the area's economic and cultural center in many ways. Talk about your A-list cities— Asheville is amassing accolades on many fronts (see below).
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Billed as a place where "altitude affects attitude," Asheville is located in the French Broad River Valley and surrounded by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Everyone in and around Asheville knows the best part of living here is the thrill that hits you whenever you realize there's a mountain outside your window. For well over a century, the local topography has influenced everything from arts and crafts to city development to outdoors activities.
Diverse real estate options characterize the greater Asheville area. Within a short drive of the city center, it is entirely possible to consider a downtown condo, rural farm, suburban home in a gated community, or an older home in one of the historic neighborhoods surrounding downtown Asheville.
Asheville home buyers are encountering tightening supply in neighborhood centers like West Asheville's Haywood Road, downtown Asheville, and the newly created Biltmore Park. The reduced supply of homes for sale and increasing home prices are encouraging home buyers to consider options outside of Asheville city limits. Home sellers in communities such as Woodfin, Marshall, Candler, and Mills River are all adjusting to this new level of interest.
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Stories about Asheville's quality of life have become a staple of national media outlets. In 2007, the city topped Relocate-America.com's list of "100 Best Places to Live." In 2009, U.S. News & World Report named Asheville one of "America's Best Affordable Places to Retire." And in an August 2011 report, Good Morning America pegged Asheville as one of the "10 Most Beautiful Places in America."
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Asheville is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina at the intersection of Interstate 26 (running from Kingsport, TN to Charleston, SC) and Interstate 40 (one of the longest interstates in the country, running from the coast of NC all the way to California). As the seat of Buncombe County and the largest city in the region, Asheville offers many amenities within minutes of each of the area's various neighborhoods, including public, private, and charter schools; an extensive county library system; access to state-of-the-art medical facilities, including Mission Hospital, the largest in the region; and innumerable shopping, entertainment, and dining options. Asheville is also conveniently located near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pisgah National Forest, and the Blue Ridge Parkway, a sightseer's and cyclist's haven.
Weaverville: 15 minutes
Black Mountain: 18 minutes
Asheville Regional Airport: 19 minutes from city center
Downtown Hendersonville: 31 minutes
Downtown Waynesville: 35 minutes
Greenville, SC: 1 hour, 9 minutes
Hickory, NC: 1 hour, 12 minutes
Knoxville, TN: 1 hour, 49 minutes
Charlotte, NC: 2 hours, 5 minutes
Atlanta, GA: 3 hours, 14 minutes
Raleigh, NC: 3 hours, 39 minutes
Asheville is the largest city in Western North Carolina, but surrounding towns in Buncombe County offer small-town flair and varied amenities. The population is approximately 240,000 in the county. The four-season temperate climate with average snowfall of only 13 inches makes year-round living easy. Average elevation is 2,165 feet above sea level with surrounding mountain elevations of up to 6,685 feet at Mount Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River. Because of this broad range of elevations and corresponding climates and plant growth, the area is one of the most bio-diverse in the United States and the world.
Asheville city residents pay both city and Buncombe County property taxes, as totaled below. Buncombe County also has many local and special tax districts. Depending on your home, you may be subject to additional fire or school taxes. Tax rates are per $100 of assessed valuation.
Asheville City: $ 1.079
Asheville City and City School: $ 1.229
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