Tucked away in the south west part of the state, Asheville is located along Interstate 40 and the French Broad River. The city has a regional airport several miles south of the city and a transit system with bus lines connecting parts of the city and surrounding areas. When you first move into Asheville apartments, take tour on the Asheville Historic Trolley to get a sense of the city.
Visitors to your Asheville apartment will surely want to see the Biltmore Estate, George Vanderbilt's 8,000-acre estate featuring a winery, extensive gardens and a tour of the home. North Carolina Arboretum has gardens, trails, exhibits, shows and educational programs. A trip to Biltmore Village - quaint tree-lined streets, brick sidewalks, open air dining, original historic houses from the 1900's, all combined with amazing collections of one-of-a-kind merchandise of true quality and value.
Downtown Asheville is a place to find artists and street musicians and over 150 unique shops and galleries. It's a perfect place to find special items for your Asheville apartment. The Asheville Mall features over 120 specialty stores. The Biltmore Antiques District at Swannanoa River Road is also an interesting place to shop.
A post office in Asheville is located at 591 Brevard Road. The phone number is 828-257-4126.
Average Rent in Asheville, NC
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