The Real Estate Neighborhood Review Journal of Asheville:
The sidewalks in Walkable Asheville's Lakeview Park run down to greet Beaver Lake. First created in 1920, Beaver Lake is man-made. It grew from the damming of Beaver Creek. For me, this “private lake” shines like a diamond in the carolina blue sky, for, although it is “private” the Lakeview Park walkable community welcomes Asheville residents and those relocating to Asheville to stroll, sit and enjoy ,canoe the lake, or jog aroung its perimeter. And if ,any given day, during the winter, spring, summer or fall of the year, you may see the young and the young-at-heart at play.
“Upscale” Walkable Asheville Neighborhood
By 1922, an “upscale” housing development known as Lakeview Park that centered around Beaver Lake began to emerge.
It so pleases my real estate clients here in Asheville to say that what was first envisioned so many years ago today continues to delight visitors and residents alike.
We walk the Lakeview Park neighborhood and down to Beaver Lake almost every week.
Lakeview Park 2012: We stroll the neighborhood, visit with our neighbors along the way and continue to be amazed with the views of the surrounding mountains, sweet picnic spots, colorful canoes gliding by and the much-prized sense that it evokes. . . “all’s right” ...
Homes: Here in Lakeview Park you will find an interesting mix of historic and newer homes, tree-lined streets, and lovely views of Asheville’s rolling hills …and, of course, Beaver Lake.
Neighbors: This is a mature community. There area several second and/or vacation homes in this area, yet neighbors have a strong community voice.
Pet -Friendly: Yes
Price Range 2012 in Lakeview Park : $300,000 to $900,000.
Available Single Family Residences: 10
SOLD in 2011: 7
AT or within 10% of Listed Asking Price
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