Hendersonville

35.3187, -82.4609    Year Established: 1847

Hendersonville, long known for its historic charms, is blooming into the future. The town (population 12,000) is the largest in Henderson County and is the county seat.

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In recent years, Hendersonville has revitalized its local business scene and advanced its reputation as a place that offers something for just about everyone. Distinguished by an almost perfect climate, beautiful surroundings, and recreational variety—and surrounded by a sea of majestic mountains!—Hendersonville is known as the City of Four Seasons. A place where you can be as active or idle as you wish, Hendersonville has attracted hundreds of families looking for a gentle climate, beautiful scenery, ample recreational facilities, and friendly people.

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Hendersonville, long known for its historic charms, is blooming into the future. The town (population 12,000) is the largest in Henderson County and is the county seat.

Quick Link: Hendersonville Homes and Land for Sale

In recent years, Hendersonville has revitalized its local business scene and advanced its reputation as a place that offers something for just about everyone. Distinguished by an almost perfect climate, beautiful surroundings, and recreational variety—and surrounded by a sea of majestic mountains!—Hendersonville is known as the City of Four Seasons. A place where you can be as active or idle as you wish, Hendersonville has attracted hundreds of families looking for a gentle climate, beautiful scenery, ample recreational facilities, and friendly people.

Quick Link: Find a Hendersonville Real Estate Professional

Buying Property in Hendersonville

Beverly-Hanks has an office conveniently located on Main Street in Hendersonville. If you're searching for homes and land in Hendersonville, our expert real estate agents are available to help. Your Beverly-Hanks & Associates REALTOR® is backed by an outstanding support staff and committed to the highest standards of customer service.

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Hendersonville Accolades:

Hendersonville is recognized locally, regionally, and nationally as a great place to live and learn. Here are just a few of Hendersonville's most recent accolades:

Destination

  • Best Kept Secret in North Carolina (Raleigh News & Observer, 2015)
  • Best Cities in Western North Carolina (RealEstateScoreCard.com, 2015)
  • Overall travel economic impact ($246.6 million), #15 out of 100 NC counties (2014)

Lifestyle

  • Safest City in NC, #1 (CreditDonkey, 2016)
  • Best Place to Retire in NC, #1 (SmartAsset, 2016)
  • Best City to Live in North Carolina, #2 (CreditDonkey.com, 2015)
  • Top 100 Best Small Towns, #63 (Livability.com, 2015)
  • Best Place to Retire, #1 (USA Today, 2013)

Education

  • Best High Schools in NC: Hendersonville High School, #4 (US News & World Report, 2014)

Outdoors

  • One of the Top 23 Destinations for Leaf Peeping (Trip Advisor, 2015)

Hendersonville Real Estate is all about Location:

Hendersonville is located about half an hour south of Asheville, NC at the intersection of Interstate 26 and Highway 64. Nearby are Henderson County schools (elementary, middle, and high school) and Blue Ridge Community College. The town is also conveniently located within minutes Pardee Hospital, which is managed by UNC Health Care and is the first and only hospital in North Carolina to be accredited with the International Organization for Standardization for quality health care standards. The Blue Ridge Parkway, a sightseer's and cyclist's haven, is within a short drive, as is Pisgah National Forest. Hendersonville has many attractions of its own, but is also just a short drive from the Asheville Outlet Mall and all the amenities of downtown Asheville, Biltmore Village, or Biltmore Park.

Hendersonville Proximities:

Asheville Regional Airport: 16 minutes

Biltmore Park Town Square: 19 minutes

Downtown Asheville: 30 minutes

Brevard: 30 minutes

Lake Lure: 33 minutes

Downtown Waynesville: 48 minutes

Greenville, SC: 50 minutes

Spartanburg, SC: 51 minutes

About Henderson County:

With a diverse population of people of all ages and from all walks of life, Henderson County (pop. 106,000) is the perfect location for enjoying life. Henderson County is a county in North Carolina's mountain region, but is characterized by an extensive plateau along the French Broad and Mills River valleys. Henderson County currently has five incorporated towns/cities: Flat Rock, Fletcher, Hendersonville, Laurel Park, and Mills River. Of these, only Hendersonville, the county seat, possesses the typical characteristics of a dense urban center with significant population.

Hendersonville Tax Rates (2014):

Hendersonville is the county seat of Henderson County, NC. Hendersonville residents pay both city and Henderson County property taxes, as totaled below. Tax rates are per $100 of assessed valuation.

Henderson County: $ 0.5136

Hendersonville: $ 0.9536

Main Street, Hendersonville: $ 1.2336

Seventh Ave, Hendersonville: $ 1.0736

SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING IN HENDERSONVILLE

Hendersonville is a vibrant town with an active core. Read about recent news, events, and real estate market updates for the area on the Beverly-Hanks blog.

Properties in the area

Below is a selection of properties in the area. If you would like to view all properties in this area. click here

$1,832,300

0 Us Hwy 25
Hendersonville 28791

$1,800,000

2075 N Rugby Rd
Hendersonville 28791

$1,700,000

1710 Spartanburg Hwy
Hendersonville 28792

$1,397,000

714 6th Ave W
Hendersonville 28739

$895,000

1303 7th Ave E
Hendersonville 28792

$750,000

900 N Main St
Hendersonville 28792

$650,000

425 N Main St
Hendersonville 28792

$595,000

0 Mitchelle Drive Suite 2
Hendersonville 28792

$590,000

0 Mitchelle Drive Suite 1&4
Hendersonville 28792

$550,000

2315 Asheville Hwy Suite 30
Hendersonville 28791

$500,000

0 Chimney Rock Rd
Hendersonville 28792

$490,000

0 Mitchelle Drive Suite 1
Hendersonville 28792

$413,000

5423 Asheville Hwy
Hendersonville 28791

$385,000

500 7th Ave E
Hendersonville 28792

$385,000

831 Oakland St
Hendersonville 28791

$350,000

999 Linda Vista Drive
Hendersonville 28792

$225,000

1908 Haywood Rd
Hendersonville 28791

$225,000

1705 Asheville Hwy
Hendersonville 28791

$100,000

0 Mitchelle Drive Suite 4
Hendersonville 28792

$0.96 PSF (MONTHLY)
$1,288 (Monthly)

225 Duncan Hill Rd Suite 231
Hendersonville 28792

$0.92 PSF (MONTHLY)
$1,100 (Monthly)

1303 7th Ave E Suite B
Hendersonville 28792

$0.96 PSF (MONTHLY)
$3,864 (Monthly)

225 Duncan Hill Rd Suite 225, 227 & 229
Hendersonville 28792

$0.92 PSF (MONTHLY)
$750 (Monthly)

225 Duncan Hill Rd Suite 215 B
Hendersonville 28792

$0.75 PSF (MONTHLY)
$2,955 (Monthly)

317 N Main St
Hendersonville 28792

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Hendersonville Offers a Unique Blend of Past and Present

Nestled atop a scenic mountain plateau high between the Great Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains, Hendersonville is just a short drive up the Blue Ridge Parkway to Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River. Major metropolitan areas are within a few minutes of Hendersonville, including Asheville, Greenville, SC, and Spartanburg, SC.

The town's many tranquil neighborhoods and housing developments all surround a sturdy core—a downtown that's a unique blend of the past and the present. Main Street, Hendersonville is full of pubs, restaurants, museums, general and specialty stores, and other independent businesses, as well as being welcoming to pedestrians, bikers, and cars, all at the same time.

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Downtown Hendersonville and Area Museums

Few downtowns in the area can boast such a concentration of attractions, especially museums. The Henderson County Heritage Museum is housed in the historic old courthouse, built in 1905. The Mineral and Lapidary Museum, on Main Street, offers geologic highlights from near and far. Also downtown are Hands On! Children's Museum, a free educational museum for children, and the Historic Hendersonville Train Depot, home of the Apple Valley Model Railroad Club. The club has installed a remarkable scale model railroad that has over 600 feet of track. Just outside of town is the Western North Carolina Air Museum, the first air museum in the state, which features restored and replica antique and vintage airplanes.

Fine Arts and Crafts in Hendersonville

Hendersonville, and downtown in particular, is home to a burgeoning art scene. In addition to offering local art by artists in different media, Art MoB Studios and Marketplace also offers art classes. Additional downtown galleries currently include Carolina Mountain Artists Guild, McCarter Gallery, and Silver Fox Gallery.

Nearby Flat Rock, NC also has a strong community of visual and performing artists. The Flat Rock Playhouse is the State Theatre of North Carolina.

Dining and Drink in Hendersonville

Whether you're looking for an old fashioned ice cream parlor or a high-end dining experience, there is something for every palate in Hendersonville. Downtown Hendersonville is home to several dozen coffee shops, delis, tap houses, and fine dining restaurants, including Black Bear Coffee Company, Hannah Flanagan's Irish Pub, Mezzaluna Brick Oven Tap House, and Umi Japanese Fine Dining.

Located in the heart of one of the most fruitful apple-producing regions in the U.S., Hendersonville and surrounding areas are home to Flat Rock Ciderworks and Bold Rock Hard Cider, the largest craft cidery in the Carolinas. Burntshirt Vineyards and Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards are located just outside of town.

Beer lovers needn't drive to Asheville to quench their thirst. Henderson County is home to a number of breweries, several of which are located in downtown Hendersonville: Basic Brewery, Sanctuary Brewing Company, and Southern Appalachian Brewery. Craft brew giant Sierra Nevada has their east coast production facility and taphouse nearby in Mills River.

SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING IN HENDERSONVILLE

Hendersonville is a vibrant town with an active core. Read about recent news, events, and real estate market updates for the area on the Beverly-Hanks blog.

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