Park Place is conveniently located on Greenville Highway/Highway 225, just about one and one half miles from Historic Downtown Hendersonville. It is minutes from multiple grocery stores, a hardware store, great places to eat and shop, and yet is tucked back off the road in a small community of beautiful homes.
Fleetwood Plaza is a beautiful community of Condominiums in the sought after Town of Laurel Park, NC. Located on the top of a mountain, all of these homes have beautiful long range views. Laurel Park is located on the west side of Hendersonville, NC. Following Fifth Avenue from downtown, it turns into Laurel Park Highway. This will take you to the top of the world! It is just one half mile from the end of Laurel Park Highway, and Jump Off Rock.
HOA fees are $890 per quarter. Amenities include a Pool with a View, and beautiful Clubhouse for your enjoyment.
There are 65 homes in Fleetwood Plaza, and each are unique in their design and upgrades. But all have a view worth waking up to every morning. Three homes have sold in the last two years at an average price of $320,000. The average turnover time is 7.60 years, making it a fairly stable community.
Currently there are five homes for sale in Fleetwood Plaza. The sizes range from 2000 to 2500 square feet. There are 2-3 bedrooms and three full bathrooms. If you are ready for a true mountain experience with none of the hassles of caring for yards and other maintenance, this is the place for you. Welcome Home!
English Hills Homes For Sale in Hendersonville North Carolina
If you are looking for a quiet neighborhood with large yards and older well built homes, English Hills is for you. Located just south of Downtown Hendersonville about two miles, English Hills is off of Kanuga Road. Once in the neighborhood, you will find nice wide streets with long range views and meticulously maintained landscaping.
Built in the mid 1970’s, there are 59 homes. Lots in English Hills average around one acre, and most are fairly level, but not all. The majority of them have brick siding, so there is little exterior maintenance. In the last two years, three homes have sold at an average of $248,100. The average turn around is 9.51 years, making it a very stable neighborhood. Once people move in they tend to stay. That is always a good sign.
These homes in general are very large and roomy with plenty of storage space. They are well built, solid homes. Most are a ranch style, and some have a basement.
Currently there are four homes for sale in English Hills. Prices range from $199,000 to $259,000. Sizes range from 1400 to 2100 square feet, and all are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
We are lucky to have access to two wonderful Airports in Hendersonville NC
In Henderson County, situated right in the middle between Asheville and Hendersonville, is the Asheville Regional Airport. Although small in size, it is a beautiful building, with local artwork.
The Asheville Airport has made a great commitment to showcasing local artists and I just recently had the opportunity to see first hand one of their shows when I dropped a friend off for a flight. They have just completed a small Museum Style area for displaying local artists and it is really nice.
There is plenty of parking for all of your needs, whether for dropping someone off, or long term parking for extended trips out.
Because we are so close to South Carolina in Hendersonville, we can also take advantage of the Greenville Spartanburg Airport. This too is a smaller airport, but offers a different set of airlines as the Asheville Regional Airport, giving us more options for who we fly with, and in prices as well. Both are convenient so it works either way! Check out both before booking your flight and see which one gives you the most convenience!
And Welcome To Western North Carolina!
Carriage Park, in Hendersonville NC, began development in 1989, and has continued to grow into a Gorgeous Mountain Top, Luxury, Gated Community. Voted four times as one of the Top 100 Master Planned Communities by Where To Retire Magazine, it is well known by many.
The Carriage Park infrastructure directs traffic from neighborhoods, around the community via Carriage Parkway, a unique road which circles the community. With stunning views, and wildlife occasionally seen along the way, it is a beautiful drive. Carriage Park also has it’s own Fire Department within the community, as well as a large lake, and dam.
According to Lifestyle, the Carriage Park Association, LLC has just been acquired by Dale and Lisa Hamlin of Hendersonville NC. Dale has been a developer for years and has successfully developed 14 other communities. Lisa is an Interior Designer in Hendersonville. The community is still under development so it will be interesting to see how the Hamlin’s complete the project over the next few years.
Carriage Park is situated on a Mountain Top, with elevations as high as 2500 feet. Residents have access to a Beautiful Club House, a pool, tennis courts and more.
There are several neighborhoods within the community and each have their own feel and style. There are Single Family homes as well as Town Homes, providing a wide choice of living styles.
There are Many Single Family Homes as well as Town Homes for sale in Carriage Park. Interested in Building that dream home? There are still lots for sale.
Hunter’s Crossing in Hendersonville NC is situated on the west side of Henderson County, between Historic Downtown Hendersonville, and Etowah. on Highway 64 West. The average age of homes in Hunter’s Crossing is twenty seven years. There are 82 homes, with an average lot size of three quarters of an acre. There were three sales in the last two years, averaging $239,667.
The Home Owners Association Fees are $80.00 per year, making it very affordable.
With the age of Hunter’s Crossing comes large, mature trees and beautifully landscaped yards. Homes are well maintained and solid, holding their value well. There are large areas of woods, and some creeks running through the community. There are also areas with long range views looking toward the south and the Saluda grade area.
Currently there are two homes available in Hunter’s Crossing. Both are in excellent condition with nice, large yards, and room to move. One is priced at $230,000 with two bedrooms and two and one half baths, sitting on .63 acres. The other is priced at $262,000 and is a three bedroom, two bath home with 1.04 acres. You can email me for a complete list: JerriMcCombs@gmail.com
If you are interested in Hunter’s Crossing, or would like more information, just give me a call.
Jerri McCombs (828)553-5190
Blythe Commons Hendersonville NC
Located on the west side of Historic Hendersonville NC, Blythe Commons is a small community of 15 completed homes, conveniently located near the local hospital and the downtown area. This is a new development and there is room for a only few more homes, maintaining a small community feel. During the last two years there have been three home sales, and the average price was $278,842. The average age of the homes are three years. Since this is a new development, there aren’t enough statistics to quote here.
Blythe Commons homes have all of the upgrades you would expect in new homes, with beautiful kitchens and baths, and large open floor plans. Each home has a generous amount of storage. The sizes and layouts vary considerably making each home unique, and gives everyone an option that best meets their needs.
Live the good life at Blythe Commons Condominiums, with no lawn mowing or exterior upkeep to worry about. Spend your spare time doing the things you love to do most, and let someone else worry about the rest.Your Home Owners Association fees for Blythe Commons are $160 per month.
You will find that each of the homes have decks for your outside enjoyment and entertaining. And each has an attached garage for easy and safe entry into the home. Most are single floor plans, or have the majority of living space downstairs, so you won’t have to worry about steps ever. This makes for a great retirement community. You will never have to move because you can’t get up the stairs. With a fireplace and hardwood floors and lots of windows, you will love this small and quiet neighborhood.
Charlestown Place is less than a mile south of the center of Historic Downtown Hendersonville. Located off of Highway 225, you will find a small neighborhood of fifty two Town Homes, in a quiet neighborhood. Just minutes from several local businesses, you will be able to get groceries, visit a new hardware store and eat in may great restaurants.
Charlestown Place was built in the early 2000’s and the average home here is 7 years old. Within the last two years, five homes have sold for an average of $189,500. Homes currently for sale range from $189,000 to $339,000. Sizes range from 2-4 bedrooms, and from 1,455 to 3,000 square feet.
Charlestown Place has no amenities so the Home Owners Association fees are smaller than most, only $1620 a year, averaging about $135 a month.
These homes in Charlestown Place have a comfortable feel to them with large windows and open floor plans. They have sun rooms or screened porches, whichever the original owners order at the time. All are single floor plans with attached garages.
The streets of Charlestown Place are wide and there are sidewalks throughout, making it a nice walking neighborhood. There is also a nice walking trail for you and your pet.
A great location and a great neighborhood!
The Orchards of Flat Rock is a new development that is still in the building stages, but most of the homes are complete. Located in the south east section of Henderson County, and with easy access to I-26, it is very convenient to everything, but still has that country feel. Homes in The Orchards are luxurious with all of the latest upgrades, and have gorgeous stone exteriors. The builders have paid close attention to details.
Built for low maintenance, and with energy efficiency in mind, The Orchards homes will be affordable throughout a homes ownership. They are energy star certified, and the exteriors are stone and hardy plank.
Features that come with The Orchards are:
- Fully-equipped fitness center with professionally maintained equipment
- Big-screen Television with DVD player and Wii Games
- Fireplace and Billiards Table
- Pond & Picnic Area
- Sidewalks with Street Lights
- Lending Library
- Business Center for Homeowners
- Grilling station Poolside
The Community Center at The Orchards is comfortable and inviting. Entertain your guest here or poolside, for a great afternoon.
There will be a little over 200 homes in this neighborhood when it is complete. Since this is a newer community, there are not enough statistics to write about at this time. Home Owners Association fees run $150 per month.
Currently there are seventeen Town Homes for sale in The Orchards of Flat Rock.
Hamilton’s Landing in Hendersonville NC is one of those little known, best kept secrets, kind of places. Tucked in a quiet neighborhood on the west side of Hendersonville, and on one of the few lakes we have here, it is a great neighborhood. There are only 16 homes, and all but two of them face the water, with beautiful views from nice decks or screened in porches. A great place for evening relaxation, dinner or breakfast with a view, and a nice walking neighborhood.
The average age of the Hamilton’s Landing home is nine years. In the last five years, six homes have sold, at an average price of $173,750. Home Owners Association fees are $160 per month.
The homes in Hamilton’s Landing have nice floor plans with open space and views of the lake. There is plenty of storage built into these homes as well. Each home has a garage, some are double and some are single.
Currently there are two homes for sale in Hamilton’s Landing. Each have unique features in them and both are worth seeing if you like a small lake setting in a quiet neighborhood.
This is a community you won’t want to miss.
Directions to Hamiltons Landing are as follows: From Downtown follow Third Avenue all the way to the end. At the curve, take the left onto Lake Drive. Follow Lake drive briefly to Hamiltons Landing. Turn left into the community and enjoy the view.
The Oaks, of Hendersonville, NC are beautiful condominiums built in the mid 1980’s. Located on the west side of Hendersonville, NC, there are 202 homes in The Oaks, and they are solidly built, holding their values well. The community was built in the midst of old trees and the landscaping is rich with beautiful mature plants.
The Oaks has a gorgeous club house complete with large meeting rooms, a game room, a library, and a large, enclosed heated pool and spa. There are also outdoor tennis courts. This is an excellent neighborhood for walking or biking, with wide streets.
Because of the size of the The Oaks, and all of the wonderful amenities, the Home Owners Association fees are $300 per month.
Currently there are several homes for sale in The Oaks, two and three bedrooms.
Job Search Guide For Hendersonville NC
If you are considering a move to Hendersonville, NC and will be looking for a job, or if you want to check out the job situation prior to making a move, here are some helpful links to get you started.
If you are seeking a temporary job before accepting the job that is right for you, here is a link, listing agencies that can get you started. You will find the name and phone number for each of them.
If you want to connect with the North Carolina Employment Security Commission, you can create an account and begin a search in just minutes. It is easy.
What is Involved in Home Inspections For buyers
As a buyer, you may be asking yourself whether you really need to spend the money for a Home Inspection. I would have to say that there is no Home Buyer that can afford not to have a home inspected by a qualified Home Inspector. Here is what they do:
What Every Buyer Needs to Know About Radon
Radon is a gaseous element that results from the disintegration of minerals in the ground. It occurs naturally, but can be more intense in different areas, even in neighborhoods, or house to house. It is radioactive, and is odorless, colorless and tasteless.
Radon comes into a home through a basement or foundation, seeping through floor joists, or cracks in the floor, cracks in the walls, and gaps around service pipes.
Self Directed IRA’S
Is your IRA in the toilet? Have you ever wondered if there was a safe place for all that IRA money? Someplace you can plant it that wouldn’t cost you in penalties when removed from a dying IRA Account before you retire? Someplace safe that won’t lose a dime?
I have the answer for you. And it is not a gimmick. It is being done all over the country by savvy investors.
In one easy move you can transfer your money to a Self Directed IRA. What does this mean? It is still a retirement plan. The big difference is that instead of someone else investing where they think your money should go, you direct them to place it where you want it to go.