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New Homes Weaverville, NC

It’s possible to enjoy the benefits of a brand new, just-built home without going the route of building a custom home. In fact, if you search for new home communities in Weaverville, NC, you’ll find a number of communities with homes for sale, including two of our communities. At less than 15 minutes to downtown Asheville, looking for new home communities in Weaverville, NC, may be a great place to start your search for a new home.

New Homes Weaverville, NC: The Benefits

Located just north of Asheville, Weaverville and the surrounding communities of Jupiter, Forks of Ivy, Reems Creek, Stocksville and Flat Creek boast rolling hills, pastoral acres, long-range views and slow country roads. A moment’s drive east or west from I-26 in the Weaverville area, and you’re seemingly far away from the hustle and bustle of Asheville, the largest city in Western North Carolina. And because you’re in the middle of nowhere yet so close to everything, it’s no wonder why so many people are look at new home communities in Weaverville, NC.

Downtown Weaverville is like a small-town Main Street from a movie set. It’s vibrant and lively. And neighborly. From art galleries and boutiques to music venues, day spas and restaurants, downtown Weaverville is always humming with activity.

While Asheville may be well known for its artist community, the real secret is that art lovers know Weaverville as home to one of North Carolina’s most vibrant and active art communities. During the Weaverville Art Safari every spring and fall, area artists welcome the public into their studios where their work is on display. And in September, local artists host the juried Art in Autumn that is not to be missed by art lovers. Many members of the renowned Southern Highland Craft Guild live in Weaverville and the surrounding area.

Weaverville is also home to several critically acclaimed restaurants, including Well Bread Bakery, which was name best small-town bakery by Conde Nast. The Glass Onion is well known for creating menus around local, seasonal ingredients, and make sure to leave room for the apple pecan upside down pie or tiramisu. Blue Mountain Pizza is well known for their handmade pizzas, house-brewed craft beer, live music, and its weekly hootenanny. Zebulon Artisan Ales and Eluvium Brewing Company round out the local craft beer scene.

Two New Homes Weaverville, NC

People choose this quaint mountain town as a place to live for several reasons, as it is a favorite spot for nature lovers, hikers, cyclists, artists, and explorers who want a small-town setting with easy access to larger cities like Asheville, Knoxville, and even Charlotte.

A five-minute drive in any direction from downtown Weaverville leads you to rolling hills and pastoral settings. You’ll find two of our new home communities in Weaverville, NC, just north of downtown, Weaver Ridge and Jupiter Ridge.

Weaver Ridge
Weaver Ridge sits on what was once part of the Weaver family farm. The old farmhouse once served as the public library before the Bess Tilson Sprinkle Memorial Library opened downtown. When we bought the land, we knew we would renovate the old farmhouse to keep a part of farm’s history intact. Part of what makes the community special is the rolling land and beautiful mountain views, so it was important to us that the individual lots were large (most are at least an acre) and included a mountain view.

In all, Weaver Ridge is a quaint, picturesque neighborhood of eight large, private homesites located one mile from storybook Main Street Weaverville. Each homesite has abundant hardwood trees and long-range views. You can bring your own custom home plans, or chose from one of ours, and we’ll custom-build your dream mountain home for you.

Jupiter Ridge
If building a custom home isn’t on your radar, yet you love the idea of a new home in a new home community in Weaverville, NC, then Jupiter Ridge may be the right spot for you. This eight-home community features large, rolling lots of about an acre in size. You can pick from any of the available homes in this beautiful, pastoral neighborhood in North Weaverville and select your finishes. Homes start at $349,000.

You have options

Weaverville is a thriving mountain town that still feels like a small town. Many people who live in Weaverville work in Asheville and the surrounding communities in part because Weaverville is that idyllic small, neighborly town people crave. It’s popular with artists and outdoor enthusiasts. The weekly farmer’s market brings the community together in support of local farmers, cheesemakers, bakers, flower growers, and other artisans in the Weaverville area. And you can enjoy all the area has to offer in a custom built home or a new construction home in one of our new home communities in Weaverville, NC.