About Downtown Asheville, NC
Downtown Asheville is the pinnacle of premium home prices, but it is well worth it. Being able to walk to all your favorite restaurants and shopping has its advantages. City living, nestled in the heart of the mountains with long-range views of The French Broad River, and good school districts is the number one reason to choose downtown. Here you can easily find something to do. Stroll around the main square and grab a quick specialty cocktail or upscale coffee at The Times bar/coffee shop. You can find nightly music at multiple venues; Jack of the wood offers bluegrass, Irish punk, and chicken pickin’, while you can see your favorite funk group at Asheville Music Hall or the One-Stop. Rabbit Rabbit, The Orange Peel, and Salvage Station also feature bigger name bands when they come into town. Grab a casual or upscale dinner at any of the delicious restaurants in town. Our personal favorites are Modesto, Mountain Madre, The Crow and the Quill, Plant, White Duck, and more. If you’re looking to be in the center of it all with all the outdoor activities close by, then downtown Asheville is for you.
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