About Swannanoa, NC
Swannanoa, NC is located in eastern Buncombe County in the lush Swannanoa River valley which lies between downtown Asheville and the picturesque village of Black Mountain. Named for the Swannanoa River that flows from Black Mountain to Asheville. Swannanoa has a great small-town feel and is less than 15 minutes from downtown Asheville and the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is home to Warren Wilson College; a private liberal arts college recently named the “Top Green College of the South.” Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, Swannanoa has several hiking and adventure options for the outdoor enthusiast.
Swannanoa offers a wide variety of homes across a wide range of prices. Homes in the area are situated within mountains and wooded areas, many with highly desired long-range views. Here you can find neighborhoods that cater to a variety of wants and needs from green and sustainable, to luxury and high-end. With its proximity to Interstate 40 and US Highway 70, Swannanoa provides a location with an easy commute to the busy Downtown Asheville area.
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