Asheville’s Historic Neighborhoods Homes- Albemarle Park (Asheville)
Asheville, N.C. Real Estate Journal
On the north side of downtown you can find Asheville’s beautiful, historic neighborhoods. Asheville is proud of our sustainable neighborhoods, a number of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. To give you an idea of the “atmosphere” here is a picture by a local artist... .
Mixed media digital art- ~ z-ART-z ! studios Asheville, N.C.
Albemarle Park is just one example you can discover, as noted in an earlier post. Here you will find a charming, elegant neighborhood with curving roadways and stately trees, and an Arts and Crafts ambiance. Thoughtful sustainable design and “age-friendly” up-fitting" represent the character of Albemarle, where tree-lined lanes accentuate a cottage scale, and street signs lead you through approximately 42-acres around a plan designed by Samuel Parsons Jr., the landscape architect of New York’s Central Park.
What of the value-added factor? A home for sale in one of Asheville NC’s sustainable neighborhoods listed on the National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary could be considerable. Such homes are always in demand, and frequently hard to find. This holds true of many historic homes in favorite historic neighborhoods such as those listed in the National Register of Historic Places in the Montford Area Historic District, Chestnut Hill Historic District, and Grove Park Historic. (Currently for sale in Albemarle Park-Asheville Neighborhood: 0 )
When you explore Albemarle Park and you will see “cottages” that show Italian, French and Swiss influences as well as Georgian Revival, Appalachian, and Adirondack architectural styles. A number of homes are appropriate for “Aging in P A L A C E” (see eBooklet below.)