Located just 28 miles south of Wolf Laurel and Mars Hill, Asheville is nestled in a beautiful valley in the heart of western North Carolina’s majestic Blue Ridge Mountains and known as the Land of the Sky. From the Downtown Art District filled with galleries and museums, to the nearby River Arts District where art is created daily in former factory buildings that now house artists’ studios, Asheville is home to a vibrant arts scene. The city’s historic architecture ranges from the dome-topped Basilica of Saint Lawrence to the vast 19th-century Châteauesque-style mansion built for George Washington Vanderbilt II between 1889 and known as The Biltmore Estate, Asheville’s architectural holdings are unique. And thanks to the many farm-to-table restaurants and craft cocktail bars, foodies will find their bliss on virtually every corner of the city. Click here to read “8 Reasons to Move to Asheville.”
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