Fall is soon to give in to winter here in the mountains of Western North Carolina, but that doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of things to do and see in Asheville! We can't discredit the
West Asheville is probably Asheville's most eclectic part of town. It is very well known for it's originality and local shops and restaurants. Haywood Road has long been considered the "Main Street" of West Asheville. A home within walking distance of Haywood Road has been a hot commodity over the last few years as the area has expanded and filled with new businesses next to second and third generation shops. The hometown feel of the local restaurants, bakeries, and shops will welcome you to the neighborhood. Enjoy Sunday morning brunch at Biscuithead or Sunny Point Cafe after a Saturday night out at the Mothlight.
Skye Streppa is an Asheville native who holds a wealth of local knowledge and a depth of character found only in the mountains of North Carolina. His attentive advocacy to his client’s needs creat....