About Woodfin, NC
Woodfin, NC is a lively community just North of Asheville in Buncombe County. Situated along the banks of the French Broad River, Woodfin provides its residents easy access to outdoor adventure. Woodfin is home to several locally owned businesses, restaurants, a couple of breweries, and a few shops. Woodfin also has several locally based services such as healthcare, parks, and public libraries. The setting is suburban to sparse suburban depending on what area of Woodfin you reside in.
Real estate opportunities in Woodfin are suburban in type, from single-family homes and multiplexes to larger estates and commercial properties. If you desire to be close to Downtown Asheville but desire a walkable neighborhood feel, Woodfin could be the place for you.
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