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About Asheville, North Carolina USA

Historic Landmarks – Cultural Arts – Breathtaking Natural Beauty
Located in western North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is one of the most friendly and vibrant cities in America. A thriving arts community, a cutting edge technology scene, historic architecture, an exquisite culinary experiences, and bustling live music venues all contribute to the city's funky and eclectic vibe. 
There are a variety of festivals and events throughout the year that reflect the city's history, food, breweries, and natural landscape. Asheville is an incredibly unique city that has something for everyone.
One of the most distinctive landmarks is the Basilica of St. Lawrence. Completed in 1909, this is one of Asheville's architectural treasures and spiritual anchors. Designed by Rafael Gustavino and Richard Sharpe Smith, renowned architects on the Biltmore House, this Catholic church has the largest freestanding elliptical dome in the country.

Biltmore Estate
Get to know George Vanderbilt’s magnificent 8,000-acre Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, with this list of Biltmore facts. Nestled in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, Biltmore House is the largest privately owned home in the United States, and was the Gilded-Age vision of George Washington Vanderbilt.


Beech Mountain

Escape to Beech Mountain, the best ski destination in the Eastern USA. At an elevation of 5,506 feet, it's the highest town in the eastern USA.
If you love to ski and snowboard, you can get out and explore 95 acres, 15 slopes, and challenging trails.

Asheville Stats

The local tourism industry in Asheville is one of the biggest draws in the state. With over $199.1 million in state and local revenues generated in 2017, this burgeoning sector of the economy opens the door to many opportunities. It provides over 18,000 jobs for people in Buncombe County and supports even more. If you're interested in getting a slice of this pie through our property development, email us today.
The population of Asheville is right at 90,000 (256,000 in Buncombe County) and while that is considered small in comparison to Charlotte or Winston-Salem, it is well known that Asheville comes in at number 1 in the Southeast when it comes to out-of-towners visiting the city (and the surrounding natural beauty). In 2017, 4 million people visited Asheville.