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Situated in the picturesque foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville frequently appears near the top of virtually every list of the best U.S. cities in which to live, work or retire.
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Asheville offers a wide selection of housing options, including apartments outfitted with modern amenities and homes featuring vintage architectural styles. As of April 2016, Zillow reported that the average home value in the community was $231,900, and the rental index was $1,800 per month. The city boasts numerous highly ranked public schools overseen by the Asheville City Schools or the Buncombe County School system. Newsweek magazine selected Asheville High School as one of the top 100 institutions of its kind in the country.
The largest privately owned residence in the nation, the Biltmore Mansion houses a priceless collection of art and antiques. Guests can tour the French Renaissance-style chateau, which was constructed in 1895. The scenic trails afford panoramic views of the Walled Garden, the Conservatory and the Bass Pond. Boasting 75 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, the 250-room mansion, commissioned by industrialist George Vanderbilt, is one of the nation's most prominent remaining testaments to the Gilded Age.
Historic Biltmore Village was a planned community designed by world-renowned architects to provide housing for the estate workers. The town, laid-out in the shape of a fan, summons images of an English country hamlet. Featuring heritage architecture like the All Souls Episcopal Church, the village is a lively contemporary shopping destination that is home to galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques and other unique retail shops as well as award-winning restaurants and cafes.
In addition to its vibrant arts, culture, food and shopping scenes, Asheville is also a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. You can hike on the lower portion of the scenic Appalachian Trail, which passes through Asheville. Enjoy the pictorial landscape while it is blanketed in the colorful blooms of spring, the vibrant kaleidoscope of fall or the peaceful serenity of a fresh blanket of snow. You can also enjoy scenic drives along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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