Nearby Towns

Flat Rock NCGoing to North Carolina for a hard earned vacation and miles away from your stressful lifestyle back in the city is truly an experience like no other. Pristine vistas, amenities for the whole family, scenic views of untouched natural landscapes, warm and welcoming folks and a peaceful community, what more could you ask for luxury living?

Flat Rock, NC

Flat Rock North Carolina is one of the many popular villages located in Henderson County. The population is a dense 2,565 according to a 2000 census report. The region is a component of the Asheville Metropolitan Statistical Are and is listed on the Nat’l’ Register of Historic Places with the name Flat Rock Historic District. Flat Rock NC is the origin of the Flat Rock Playhouse, the national theater of North Carolina. It also plays as the home of the central campus of the Blue Ridge Community College.

Brevard, NC

Another town located in the US state is Brevard NC. The town is located in Transylvania County and has an estimated population of 6,643 people. The town is the county seat of Transylvania and is situated within the entry point to Pisgah National Forest. Brevard, NC is is considered as a serious hotspot for retirement, as well as a cultural mecca. The town is surrounded all yearlong with moderate weather conditions, pristine environments and cultural activities.

Saluda, NC

Meanwhile, the city of Saluda NC sits between Henderson and Polk counties in the US state of Carolina. The population is reported to be 713 during a census report 2 years back. The city is popular for being positioned at the peak of Norfolk Southern Railway’s Saluda Grade, which is the highest mainline custom gauge railroad line located east of the Rockies.

Asheville, NC

Asheville, North Carolina is the county seat of Buncombe County. It is the biggest city in western North Carolina and is the 11th biggest city in North Carolina. Compared with other towns and cities mentioned earlier, Asheville NC has more than 80,000 people reported during a 2010 census. The weather conditions in Asheville is quite humid and subtropical all yearlong, similar with the rest of the US regions in the South East, yet with noticeably colder weather because of its higher apex.