Featured Neighborhood: Ashley Place in Hendersonville, NC
Finding a new home involves more than just locating a nice house in a well developed location. It’s also about finding the right community, the best neighborhood and the amenities that meet the needs of the family.
There are not too many neighborhoods that one could consider unique, and when one is found, it’s certain to be unusual. Such is the case with Ashley Place in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Small and secluded, yet just south of downtown Hendersonville, it’s the perfect location for family living.
Hidden away from traffic, just off Erkwood Road, you will find a beautiful wooded neighborhood of only eleven homes, each unique and different from its neighbors in style and architecture. All the homes show attention to detail in their construction and all have recent upgrades.
Hendersonville, North Carolina
Hendersonville is a city of about 13,170 people and is part of the Ashville Metropolitan Statistical Area. Steeped in regional History, the city is home to several museums and historic buildings.
The annual North Carolina Apple Festival draws crowds of up to 50,000 strong every year, ending in the Apple Parade. Of course, being within the Ashville, Spartanburg corridor gives residents and visitors alike many scenic areas all around, including historic sites and parks.
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Hendersonville has two high schools, and a number of middle schools and elementary schools. There are four shopping malls locally as well as a number of restaurants. The city of Ashville is only 18 miles away, but there are several towns within less than two miles of the downtown area.
Ashley Place Homes for Sale
Ashley Place has been described as a great community to live in, full of “fun” people all having a lot to give to the betterment of the neighborhood. It is interesting that the average value of the homes here are all in the $450,000-$550,000 range. Buyers will find only one or two homes for sale at any given time, attesting to the stability of the community.
Most of the homes were constructed after 1998, on up 2007. They are all single-family dwellings, with 3-4 bedrooms and 3 or more baths. Some homes feature vaulted ceilings, kitchens with free-standing islands, granite countertops and keeping rooms with limestone floors.