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Hendersonville, North Carolina Real Estate

A variety of styles, prices and amenities are available in Hendersonville's real estate market. Hendersonville condominiums and townhouses are available from the low $100,000s to $575,000. Properties in The Oaks, one of Hendersonville's upscale condominium developments, are available for under $200,000. Houses in Hendersonville are priced starting from $175,000 to more than $550,000 for estate properties. Hendersonville homes featuring luxury amenities and boasting large lots are available in such neighborhoods as Sugar Hollow, Sweetwater Hills and Carriage Park. Many homes feature spectacular views. Communities such as Cummings Cove feature gorgeous, moderately priced homes with mountain views and proximity to golf courses. Unique turn-of-the-century, pre-Civil War, Cape Cod-style and Tudor-style homes are available in Hendersonville and its surrounding areas, some featuring substantial acreage. Land in Hendersonville for custom building is readily available in Hendersonville, Horse Shoe, Etowah, Fletcher and Flat Rock from less than $100,000 to over $1 million.
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Hendersonville Community Information

It's no wonder that Hendersonville was listed as one of ?The 100 Best Small Towns in America?, or that Money magazine listed the city among the 20 best places in the country in which to retire. Hendersonville and its surrounding communities are situated at the southern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The community's fortunate location translates into moderate weather and astonishing scenery of mountains, lakes and valleys.

Before Hendersonville was settled, native Cherokee used the uninhabited area as hunting ground. But aside from the gorgeous, expansive landscapes and natural call of the wilderness, charming bed and breakfast inns along with cottages and cabins abound in Hendersonville. Perfect for visitors looking to get away from the bustling city life and for residents who are looking to spend some quality time with their families, bed and breakfast inns such as the Chateau on the Mountain and the Apple Inn provide comfort, excellence in service and a peaceful environment for your stay.

Residents can even drive into the neighboring communities of Asheville and Brevard, both which offer a variety of fine and casual dining, culture, art and music. Filled with history, Hendersonville also offers visits into the Pisgah National Forest courtesy of the Big Foot Guide Service. Golf enthusiasts should definitely visit the town of Etowah, home to the beautiful Etowah Valley Country Club & Golf Lodge, deemed by Golf Digest as one of the "Top 50 Golf Destinations." With its welcoming scenery, diverse economy and high quality of life, Hendersonville and its neighboring areas continue to experience unparalleled growth.

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