This neighborhood northeast of downtown Asheville is chock-full of beautiful homes. Like Montford and Biltmore Forest, there isn’t an ugly duckling among them. With a median listing price of $1.2M and an average home footprint of around 4000 square feet, it’s easy to see why this area is exclusive. It’s also just a five-minute drive to downtown Asheville or the historic Grove Park Inn. The latter offers a world-class (and breathtakingly scenic) gold course, an exquisite spa, and some of the city’s most elegant restaurants.
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Traditional, Tudor, Colonial, Georgian, and Victorian style homes seem stacked onto wooded, winding, hilly little hometown streets. Kimberly Avenue, running north-south along the Grove Park / Sunset area’s west end is an utter pleasure to drive, stroll, or bike. Gorgeous, historic homes with meticulously manicured yards line both sides of the street, and their beauty never gets old. About half of the current listings in Grove Park / Sunset are condos on Macon Avenue, where one historic Tudor-style building has been converted to condominiums with a traditional look, while another, newer construction is home to ones with a more sleek and modern tone.
The Grove Park / Sunset neighborhood is convenient to Downtown, Central, and North Asheville, plus Montford, Weaverville, and UNCA.