North Asheville is a wonderful part of our Community
North Asheville is a wonderful part of our community that many people visiting our town don't actually see. The unofficial boundaries could be Broadway on the west, downtown on the south, Beaver Lake on the north and Charlotte Street on the east. Like I said, unofficial boundaries.
Grove Park Inn
The largest attraction to North Asheville would be Grove Park Inn and Country Club. The history that goes with this complex dates back to the 1800's with its construction by E. W. Grove. The building of the main hotel was a long and arduous task but, since that time, the hotel has grown into a world renowned resort and has hosted numerous celebrities over the years including William Jennings Bryan (who
As is frequently the case, an historic community was built up around the Inn in the years after its construction. Most of the homes are still there, making Grove Park one of the premier neighborhoods in town. Large, stately homes, mingled with newer construction offer a beautiful place for anyone to live.
In addition to Grove Park, Lake View Park was established in the late 1800's and is very well thought of by residents looking for a close knit upscale community with Beaver Lake, Asheville Country Club and Golf Course as the centerpieces for this easy style of living. Historic Beaver Lake and the adjoining properties are privately owned and maintained by the residents of Lake View Park. The park and lake is enjoyed by both Lake View Park residents and guests for activities such as jogging, running, walking, biking, bird watching, watching the sun set, picnicking, boating, and fishing.
Overlooking Interstate 26 and the surrounding mountains, Reynolds Village is North Asheville's first large-scale, planned, mixed-use development. Anchored by the successful neighborhood YMCA of Woodfin, The Lofts of Reynolds Village luxury apartments and the Reynolds Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inn, include a rich mix of upscale, pedestrian-friendly cafés, restaurants, hotels, neighborhood shops, offices and residential offerings.
And, finally, there are many smaller, less notorious neighborhood in North Asheville that still boast the original Arts and Crafts type construction mixed with the various architecture of the periods. All are part of our North Asheville community and are part of our distinguished history.