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Asheville, NC

Asheville, NC, is a growing city with plenty of national accolades to its name. Condé Nast Traveler and its readers named Asheville one of the “Best US Small Cities” for several consecutive years, also calling it one of the friendliest. Just this year, Livability put Asheville in its list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live”. The thriving art scene, curated bookstores, comfy coffee shops, and a plethora of galleries and theatres give its downtown a unique eclectic feel. Zagat listed Asheville as one of the “Most Exciting Food Cities in America”, and foodies travel from all over to sample the diverse cuisine. The craft beer business is booming, and you can find several nationally-renowned breweries on the main streets. Just outside the city lies the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, a family-friendly campus with tours, tastings, live music, games, a restaurant, and a brewing display.

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As of 2016, the Asheville population was estimated at around 89,121 residents, and the average age is 37.9 years old. It’s a very walkable city, though most people own a car in order to run errands. Due to its proximity to the mountains, it enjoys a fair climate temperature year-round. The median value of an Asheville home is $273,700, a 6.5% increase in the past year. The top 3 elementary schools in the area are West Buncombe Elementary, Evergreen Community Charter, and Francine Delaney. The School of Inquiry and Life Science is the top-rated high school.

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Buncombe County

Buncombe County has the largest population in Western NC and is also home to the iconic Biltmore Estate, a Vanderbilt legacy and historic home. Reminiscent of the splendor of European castles, the building has been spotlighted in at least 18 mainstream feature films. Complete with gardens and on-site winery and restaurants, it’s no wonder that Over 1 million people come to visit each year to explore the estate, its gardens, restaurants, and on-site winery.

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