East Asheville

Asheville's Neighborhood Nestled in Urban Nature

East Asheville is the quintessential blend of peaceful seclusion weaved with urban convenience. With easy access to Tunnel Drive shopping corridor and the Blue Ridge Parkway, you can live where the views are beautiful without having to live out of the way.

 In East Asheville’s popular neighborhoods, you’ll find rolling hills, lush pastures, and mountain views just minutes down the road from the area’s greatest shopping and restaurants.

Explore East Asheville Neighborhoods

East Asheville’s Beverly Hills is one of the most accessible communities in Asheville. Beverly Hills is nestled in between the primary arteries of the city: east of Route 240, south of Route 70/Tunnel Road, and north of Route 40. In and around Beverly Hills you’ll find a mix of gorgeous homes, apartments, condos, retail malls, a golf course, and the WNC Nature Center.

East Asheville’s Chunns Cove is one of the best-kept secrets in Asheville. You’ll find Chunns Cove to the east of Town Mountain Road, one of the city’s most scenic ridge top roads that leads to the Blue Ridge Parkway. In this small community, you’ll find homes, cabins, and small neighborhoods all surrounded by trees and nature.

East Asheville’s Haw Creek is one of the most exciting neighborhoods in the city. It’s a mix of quaint mid-century homes and stunning new developments. The neighborhood is growing quickly, in part because there’s more space, incredible mountain views, and an ever-improving selection of restaurants and retail along Tunnel Road.

East Asheville’s Oakley neighborhood is considered one of the best values in Asheville. You’ll find Oakley south of the Swannanoa River, west of Route 240, bisected by Route 40, and bordered to the south by the Blue Ridge Parkway. Oakley is a mix of bungalows, craftsmen, small ranch homes, and some new builds. The neighborhoods are largely walkable and quiet and worth a visit when looking for your next home.

Beyond East Asheville, you’ll find some of WNC’s most desirable mountain towns. The two standouts are Swannanoa and Black Mountain. Black Mountain is a booming, small town nestled between towering mountains that's known for being a haven to artists, musicians, and architectural design. Continue further still, and you’ll find Lake Lure and other gorgeous mountaintop and lakeside retreats.

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