Moving to Asheville North Carolina

When I first decided to move out of New York City, Asheville North Carolina was not my first choice. I actually looked at many other areas such as Florida (of course), Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Colorado, California, etc. All of these locations had my full consideration, but Asheville kept coming back to me. In the beginning it was the perfect middle ground between New York and Florida. So visiting my family in New York and vacationing in Florida were both about 10 hours away, or 14 for some of you slow drivers. One of the things that really got me was watching Asheville grow. For example, in a suburb of Asheville called Weaverville, there was a main road called Reems Creek. When I first moved here, Reems Creek was only a gravel / dirt road. I felt like the only thing missing was the horse and buggy. It was a step back in time for me coming from NYC. When my son moved down here, he kept a high-end alarm system on his car for several years because that is what he was used to. The crickets scared him as much as the gunshots on the streets of the NYC. It was serious culture shock.

We finally adjusted to the area, people, and culture, and we love it. It is a little slower paced living which is exactly what we were looking for. There is a quality of life that Asheville gave us that no other city in America has ever given us before. I guess it makes me feel as if I am really living and now have a lot more opportunity in life. The people of Asheville are very diversified, but that could mean that anyone, even you, can fit in! There are so many activities available for a single person, family, or group unit. This beautiful area is really growing and planning for a great future.

The true and complete City of Asheville North Carolina goes from Weaverville (North) to Arden (South), and also from Black Mountain (East) to Candler (West). This is just in case you view a map. Some places only show Downtown Asheville. Of course there are so many little towns, communities, and developments in between, that Asheville sometimes fades away when labeling areas, but believe me, it is all Asheville! There is a lot of room and potential in Asheville. There is so much real estate and areas for expansion. When I recently talked to some investors, they kept saying “I wish I would have come to Asheville about 10 years ago to pick up some of the property that was available then…”, and “If I had known that Asheville was going to be the city that it is today…”. It was a whole bunch of unprofitable regret. I know that in 10 more years, people will be saying the same thing about today. Don’t waste time living in an uncomfortable, overextended place you used to call home. I invite you to make that move today and come to Asheville North Carolina; the “Next Greatest City in America”.

Taken from an article on http://www.abandre.com/.

Visit Asheville’s Business & Resource Hub by going to https://www.askasheville.com/.




2 thoughts on “Moving to Asheville North Carolina

  1. great article! i think it’s a really testimonial to asheville and the ways it has grown (and will continue to grow). also, i love including the ‘true area’ of asheville – in our vacation rental business we are always having people ask where candler or arden is location in relation to asheville, and it’s so hard to explain “well, it is asheville… kind of”! haha.

    Kelly
    Carolina Mornings: Discover Asheville

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