Western North Carolina

Hendersonville- A City Offering Four Seasons to Residents

Located 22 miles southeast of Asheville, North Carolina, Hendersonville is a beautiful small town cradled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Great Smokey Mountains on a 2,200-foot scenic mountain plateau. Today Hendersonville retains much of its architectural style and charm from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Named by North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Leonard Henderson, downtown Hendersonville provides a feast of boutiques, art galleries, antique shops and tourist attractions.

 

The Town with a Magnetic Personality

Attracting an ever growing retirement population, a significant number of transplants relocating from the Northeast and visitors from all over the Southeastern United States, Historic Hendersonville is poised for significant future growth. The Hendersonville real estate market continues to be robust in light of the steady stream of retiring baby boomers from nearby Atlanta and neighboring states throughout the Southeast United States. Once tourists sample the natural beauty, recreational opportunities and quality of life the area offers, many purchase retirement and vacation homes in the greater Hendersonville, Flat Rock area.

 

Homes of Distinction

Minutes from Hendersonville in the adjacent town of Flat Rock stands the National Historic site and home of legendary poet Carl Sandburg. Sandburg spent his life exploring what it meant to be an American. We highly recommend you taking a tour at this National Park. If you are seeking an opportunity to walk through a home on a grander scale, don’t miss the Biltmore Estate located in nearby Asheville. Constructed over 100 years ago, this extravagant home was the mastermind of George Vanderbilt. Comprised of 4 areas of floor space, 250 rooms, 34 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms and 65 fireplaces, plan ahead to take in the glorious estate located near Asheville.

 

Visit for a day – Stay for a lifetime!

Once you experience the crisp clean mountain air and the mild climate, you’ll want to possibly retire here or maybe purchase that vacation home you have been dreaming about. View current local weather forecasts for Western North Carolina areas. With tons of recreational opportunities, the Blue Ridge Parkway nearby and world-class developments, Hendersonville is a great place to experience life in the North Carolina Mountains. Voted by Living Southern Style magazine as two of the top 75 communities in the South in their September 2006 issue, Carriage Park and Pinnacle Falls offer unmatched amenities for those baby boomers looking to invest wisely. We would be happy to send you area information about these outstanding communities and other Hendersonville real estate opportunities. Be sure to contact NCMountainLife.com for all your Hendersonville, North Carolina real estate home buying needs.

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