About Barnardsville, NC
Barnardsville, NC is located on Ivy Creek. This is a small unincorporated community about 20 minutes north of Asheville. While this town is one of the smaller towns outside Asheville and doesn’t boast a large downtown area, it is just minutes to Weaverville where you will find plenty of entertainment options, and the Town of Mars Hill located in Madison County. Even without a large downtown area, you will still find plenty to do. In Barnardsville you can enjoy a quick hike to Douglas Falls, or if you’re interested in another waterfall hike with a little more rigor and distance, you can take the Walker Falls Loop. Enjoy the afternoon Ziplining with Navitat Canopy Adventures and take a quick 15-minute drive into Weaverville for a nice dinner at The Glass Onion or have a Saturday afternoon brew and tacos at Eluvium Brewery after your hike.
Barnardsville is unique in that the real estate prices are comparably lower than Ashville and the surrounding areas. Here you’ll find buyers looking for larger tracts to homestead and/or farm. There are a couple of traditional subdivisions with HOA’s too!
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