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Hendersonville, NC

Hendersonville is the 2nd largest downtown in WNC, with over 100 restaurants and shops packed into Main Street. Cultural museums showcase local history and geography. Hendersonville residents enjoy a relaxed pace of life, and it’s not uncommon to run into neighbors when hanging out downtown for a farm-to-table meal or shopping at the local farmers’ market. Southern hospitality is at the forefront of every social interaction, and the friendly, laid-back atmosphere is contagious.

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The population of Hendersonville is estimated at 13,954 based on the 2017 census. There is a fairly even mix of white and blue-collar jobs, with the main industries being education, health services, retail and manufacturing. Margaret R. Pardee Memorial Hospital, Park Ridge, and the Henderson County Public schools are three of the largest employers in the county. Many residents are proud employees at the corporate headquarters for Ingles Markets. Mr. Ingles opened up his first grocery store there in 1963 and has since expanded to 200 stores throughout the southeastern US, and their HQ remains in Hendersonville.

There are roughly 16 established neighborhoods in the area, and the average home listing price is $300,940. Some of the more popular neighborhoods are the city center, Rugby/Camelot, and Valley Hill.

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Henderson County

Henderson County is known for its cooler climate and gorgeous views and lookout points over the surrounding mountains. The autumn is especially gorgeous and fruitful as the leaves change colors and over 50,000 people flock to Hendersonville in order to enjoy the fall flavors and celebrate the annual North Carolina apple festival. Smack-dab in the middle of apple country, Henderson County has plenty of orchards, wineries and breweries to enjoy, many of which offer delicious homemade meals using local produce. The city of Asheville and its popular shops, restaurants and attractions are also a short drive away.

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