1745 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, North Carolina 28803



Intimate 55+ Condo and Town Home Community in Funky Asheville, North Carolina Has an Established Quality and a Park Like Setting

Nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Smoky Mountains in scenic western North Carolina, artsy, funky Asheville is often hailed as a great place to live and retire. It is home to an interesting mix of people, including artists, farmers, professionals, old hippies, New Agers, Yuppies and outdoor types. It is also the location of Crowfields, an established 55+ condominium and town home community with a park-like setting.



Crowfields was primarily built in the 1970s and has just 192 units. It has an intimate quality, and its homes are built upon just 20% of its lush 72 acres. The rest of the grounds are covered in tall trees, flowering bushes, paved walkways, two ponds and a bounty of grassy areas. In fact, Crowfields is so verdant that it has been named a "Treasured Tree Preserve," a city program that recognizes areas with unique specimen trees. All of this foilage creates not only a soothing environment but gives homeowners a sense of privacy.

The condominiums and town homes are clustered in groups of four to eight buildings and face a parking area. Units have an exterior entry, and most homes back to a wooded area or a pond. Each dwelling has a covered balcony or patio. Floor plans range from one to three stories tall and have approximately 1,300 square feet to 3,600 square feet, including a basement. Most units have three bedrooms and two to three baths. Home prices start in the low- to mid-$200,000s, but please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.


The on-site manager ensures that the grounds stay well groomed and that the buildings remain in good shape. The monthly HOA fee is in the upper-$300 to $400 range and covers not only lawn maintenance and exterior structure maintenance but also sewer and water, trash pick up, road maintenance and more. The community is pet-friendly but has size restrictions.

There is no golf course, village center or marina, but residents enjoy a clubhouse, a heated outdoor swimming pool and a sense of community. Social events include potlucks, parties and card games.

Downtown Asheville is nicknamed the "Paris of the South," and comfy cafes, intimate bistros, old fashioned arcades, art galleries, street buskers, antique stores, gothic spires and Art Deco buildings all contribute to the city's considerable appeal. The University of North Carolina at Asheville (UNCA) has 3,600 students and is home to the award-winning Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNC, a program that provides an array of opportunities for lifelong learning, civic engagement, research and community service.

Mission Hospital is the state's 6th largest health system and is accredited by the Joint Commission. It is also a Primary Stroke Center, a Level II Adult Trauma Center and has won national awards for excellence in patient safety.

Asheville enjoys a temperate climate. Summer temperatures are in the 70s and 80s, and winter temperatures in the 30s and 40s On average, the area receives 37 inches of rain and 14 inches of snow each year.


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