A large part of my job is staying on top of real estate development and market trends. This week we’re focusing on what’s new in North Asheville; a comfortable blend of both historic and new homes, laid atop expansive lots, with incredible landscaping and interwoven communities.

81 Starling Pass #90 – Here is an opportunity to build your dream home with scenic long range mountain views atop a spacious lot in one of North Asheville’s newer communities, the Versant gated community. Versant is a premier gated community within the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. Only minutes to Downtown Asheville and Weaverville with long range year-round western mountain views. Here is a variety of other new houses on the market in North Asheville.

Gated community at Versant

– Gated community at Versant

Versant and Ventana are two neighborhoods within the same gated community, both located just one mile north from Reynolds Mountain and Reynolds Village.  With an elevation of nearly 3,000 feet, this private, gated community offers residents the benefit of refined mountain living while remaining close to a convenient and vibrant downtown.

Don’t look past SerenityThis new Asheville mountain community offers large, private homesites with premier long range views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Residents will enjoy the benefits of a stunning gated community which is nestled in the lush forest just seven miles from the cultural hub of downtown Asheville. Serenity also offers the seclusion of a safe, quiet neighborhood while being just minutes from excellent shopping, health facilities, award-winning restaurants, renowned school systems, art, music and much, much more!

You just can’t go wrong with North Asheville. Communities, healthy living, outdoor activities…and don’t forget about the convenience of some of the North Asheville staples; Country Club of Asheville, Stoney Knob Cafe, Nectar Cafe, Avenue M. Not to be left out, North Asheville proudly hosts the University of North Carolina Asheville, a liberal arts institution in the University of North Carolina system. And right next door to UNCA, the Botanical Gardens at Asheville, an independent non-profit organization housing a collection of plants native to the Southern Appalachian Mountains. A wonderful place to walk, exercise or just relax and enjoy the scenery!

If you want to live here in North Asheville, I can show what’s new to the market, and I’m happy to answer any questions you may already have about the featured properties and resources in this post. Ask away!