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20 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — WESTERN NC | VOLUME 12 — ISSUE 1 MODEL OPEN Asheville's Premier Condo-Hotel in the Heart of Biltmore Village Bruce Feldman • 828-484-4818 Residences-at-Biltmore.com FROM THE MID $200'S Two and three-bedroom fully-furnished condominiums are available for purchase and offer a hassle-free second home ownership opportunity. Enjoy all of the amenities and services of this luxury all-suite hotel while in residence. While away, offset the cost of ownership by placing your condo in The Residences at Biltmore's onsite rental program and share in the revenue it generates. Downtown Asheville Mission Hospital Biltmore Village Biltmore Ave. 40 ASHEVILLE set on 8,000 lush acres. For a different Biltmore experience, visit the costume exhibit (through July 4), "Designed for Drama: Fashion from the Classics." The exhibit showcases more than 40 elaborate costumes from recent films. Stay overnight at the Inn on Biltmore Estate with spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Southern Living awarded the inn as "The South's Best Hotel" for 2017. It is one of three hotels on Biltmore estates. Mountain ranges and peaks, national parks and a scenic drive are all part of Asheville's geography and proximity. The iconic 469-mile long Blue Ridge Parkway is described as "not a road or a drive but an experience." America's favorite scenic byway is littered along the way with 26 tunnels, 176 bridges, 91 historic buildings and 382 overlooks. Adrenalin junkies go for zip lining at Navitat tree- based adventure company featured by CNN, Outside Magazine, and the New York Times. USA Today has called it the "best in the nation." Getting on the water is always a great mountain past time. The French Broad River that flows through Asheville (south to north) is as unique as its residents who don't bend to tradition. Nature lovers canoe or kayak on the third oldest river in the world or try their hand at fishing for small mouth bass and trout. For a more turbo charged experience try white water rafting. Don't Miss Asheville Festivals: Asheville Bread Festival May 6-7 – (Asheville- Buncombe Technical Community College). The first of its kind, the festival celebrates local farmers, millers and bakers. Asheville Beer Week - May 26-June 3 (various locations). The four-time winner of the "Beer City USA" title sets aside a week each year to celebrate craft brews. Events include pub crawls, beer dinners, tastings and more. A part of beer week, the Beer City Festival, starts on May 27. 51st-Annual Shindig on the Green - Kicks off July 1 (Pack Square Park). The region's rich mountain heritage is showcased through its traditional musicians, dancers, stage shows and informal jam sessions. Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands - July 21-23 (U.S. Cellular). See traditional and contemporary crafts made by members of the Southern Highland Craft Guild, one of the oldest organizations of its kind in the nation. The fair also features craft demonstrations, regional music and entertainment. Asheville Wine & Food Festival - August 19-20 – (Downtown Asheville). The festival is a showcase for the area's local food and field-to-table culture, wine, craft beer, artisanal food products and the independent restaurant scene. For all Asheville events, travel insight and inspiration, go to ExploreAsheville.com.

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