Weaverville: A Great Asheville Area Community

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Real Estate Agent with Real Living Carolina Property

Thinking of relocating to Asheville? Why not consider the community of Weaverville, just 10 minutes north of Asheville. Having lived in Weaverville for the past four years, I can tell you what I like about it. Weaverville has the charm and feel of a small town with a quaint downtown area featuring such interesting possibilities as the Miya Gallery or Magnum Pottery, a nice selection of restaurants, one amazing bakery and a community library. You can even pamper yourself at Aabani salon or the Secret Garden Spa. Close by you will find convenient shopping, with two grocery stores, a super Walmart, Lowes, CVS, all easily accessible on Weaver Blvd.

Rolling pastures and beautiful valleys distinguish the Weaverville landscape and house many lovely subdivisions and neighborhoods of interest. The Reems Creek Golf Community with it's fantastic views and quality built homes and Pinebrook Farms, a new low maintenance home community option with amenities such as a clubhouse, pool and walking trails, offering single family homes and town homes, are just two of the possibilities.

Want some recreation? No problem there is walking, fishing or picnicing at Lake Louise. The Blue Ridge Parkway is nearby for hiking and biking or if you prefer to golf, there is the Reems Creek Golf Course. Find out why so many area artist call Weaverville "home" when you enjoy the Art Safari self-guided art studio tour two weekends per year, spring and fall. Art In Autumn Festival is another annual festival that I look forward to. Tailgate markets feature local grown food many months of the year.

Weaverville dining offers a variety of unique choices such as The Stoney Knob Bistro, Blue Mountain Pizza, The Sunny Side Cafe, The Athens, Mike's Grill and the best bakery in all of Western North Carolina: The Well Bred Bakery.

Access to Asheville or UNCA is easy on 19-23 and in 10-15 minutes you are in downtown Asheville. All in all, Weaverville is the best of both worlds, "small hometown feel" but so convenient to all that Asheville has to offer. Like having your cake and eating it too! Make sure that cake is from The Well Bred Bakery!

 

 

 

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