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Green Living in Asheville

Common wisdom over the past few years seems to be if it’s good for you or good for the environment, it’s going to cost you. Organic foods are more expensive, energy-efficient bulbs and appliances are going to come with an eye-popping markup over their less-green...

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What Makes a Historic Home?

If you’re looking for property in Asheville—especially homes for sale in Montford and homes for sale in Grove Park—you’ve come across some old houses. For many, these homes, some of which date back to the 19thcentury, are the crown jewel of Asheville’s real estate...

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What Asheville’s Real Estate Boom Means for You

We get it, we sound like a broken record, but we’ll say it one more time: Asheville’s real estate market is booming. But don’t just take our word for it. Forbes just included Asheville in a list of 25 US real estate markets entering a boom phase. It should come as no...

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The Theater is Alive in Asheville

The Bard wrote “all the world’s a stage,” a line that Asheville seems determined to prove true. The city is a hotspot for all arts—music, film, visual arts—and no exception is made for performance. Whether you’re looking for a high-budget touring production of a...

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Is It Time to Trade Up to Your Dream Home in Asheville?

Picture this: you’re some years older, you’re retired. You are living a happy life doing exactly what you want to do. The grandkids come over every once in a while, you go on vacation for a few weeks every year. You’re waking up every morning in your dream home—having...

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What You Need to Know to Camp in Western North Carolina

The best part about living in Western North Carolina is communing with nature 24/7. Camping is a great way to spend a weekend outside and explore the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Even a campsite 20 or 30 minutes outside of town will give you nights scored by a...

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Home Gardening in Asheville

Western North Carolina can be a tricky place to start a home garden. The mountain soil is rich with nutrients, but spring weather in the Blue Ridge can be unpredictable, to put it lightly. This weather can present a headache to new homeowners in the Asheville area,...

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Where to Catch a Movie in Asheville

Here's the boring version of this blog: just break out your map app, type in “movie theaters,” and go to the nearest megaplex. But wait, you live in Asheville—Western North Carolina’s home of the arts! The city streets are alive with inspiration, there are unknown...

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