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3 Houses We Love in Black Mountain Right Now

In Black Mountain, a great view comes practically standard with your home, so we are homing in on three other reasons to love each of these five Black Mountain homes.

69 Kalmia Drive, Black Mountain, $469,000, 3 bed/3 bath

North Carolina Black Mountain

Reason #1: Screened porch

Since Western North Carolina enjoys hang-in-your-outdoor-living-space-year-round kind of weather most days, this screened in porch provides daily opportunities to enjoy a cup of coffee, catch up on the news, or unwind with a glass of wine or local craft beer in the evenings. Long-range mountain views from it and the amazing deck also sweeten the deal!

Reason #2: Designed by local architect Thomas Lawton

The Lawton architectural firm promises to create “sustainable, sensible home and small business designs that fit clients’ land and space needs.” For this home, they focused on creating “convertible rooms and an efficient use of space, [and] an open floor plan that revolves around a fireplace.” Just check out the inglenook, perfect for stargazing!

Reason #3: Part of the Creston Community

This established mountain community has several waterfalls, hiking trails, and even community gardens, making it an amazing place to live for those that want to enjoy all the splendor of the Western North Carolina outdoors both out their back door and all around this mountainous region.

175 Lake Eden Road, Black Mountain, $462,800, 3 bed/3 bath

Four Minutes from downtown Black Mountain NC

Reason #1: Convenience

Want the mountain home without the long driveway up, up, up the mountain? Then check out this listing, which is located just four miles from downtown Black Mountain. This location means you’ll be just 8 minutes from the grocery, Lake Tomahawk Park, and tasty spots like Blue Ridge Biscuit Company and Louise’s Kitchen.

Reason #2: Can be combined with another lot

This Black Mountain getaway already comes with 2.18 acres, but those that want a little more privacy and peace can opt to add another 1.66 acres to the deal for a total of nearly 4 acres.

Reason #3: Room to grow

Finish the progress that has been made in the basement and build-out an in-law suite, create your man or woman cave, or generate rental income by converting the basement space into an Airbnb vacation rental.

115 Portmanvilla Road, Black Mountain, $388,900, 3 bed/3bath

Brand New Construction in Black Mountain North Carolina

Reason #1: Brand-new construction

While older homes certainly have their charms, there’s something pretty magical about being the first homeowners in a new home, especially when it looks like this!

Reason #2: Walk to downtown

Looking for the mountain vibe and views without sacrificing the convenience of city living? This new construction offers both, with several mature trees also on-site to still provide a bit of privacy even steps from downtown.

Reason #3: Creek included

Listen to the babbling little brook from your covered deck or dunk your feet in during a hot day as you sit and enjoy your little slice of Black Mountain heaven.

Want to hear the other reasons we love these three Black Mountain properties? Contact us!

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