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Historically, the area now known as Fletcher was a thoroughfare connecting South Carolina to the mountain towns in Western North Carolina. Originally known as Murrayville, the area was sought after due to the high concentration of limestone deposits, useful in agriculture at the time. Now, Fletcher is a developing city whose residents work in the larger city centers nearby and in the few commercial industries that moved to the city. As a largely suburban and rural area, Fletcher has many housing options that are comparatively affordable in relation to Asheville and Hendersonville. The land here is largely forested with sloping hills, making it a charming place to call home. 

The number of homes in the Fletcher area expanded significantly after 1980, as subdivisions began developing the relatively flat land there to accommodate the growing population. Many of these communities are still in high demand, such as the ever-popular Livingston Farms, however you can also find you slice of mountain heaven without an HOA or subdivisions restrictions to worry about. The home styles here include brick ranchers, mountain contemporary, traditional, and farmhouse, with others in the mix as well. Living in Fletcher is relatively cheaper because the city lies outside the Asheville city limits, meaning residents only pay Buncombe County taxes and cheaper utilities overall. This is a good place to consider if you do not mind commuting 10-20 minutes for work, or if you prefer the privacy afforded in more rural areas. 

Fletcher lies between the larger cities of Hendersonville and Asheville, and therefore enjoys access to a selection of different amenities. Within a fifteen minute drive, residents can drink and dine in the upscale Biltmore Park, shop on the Airport Road commercial corridor, fly out of the Asheville Regional Airport, or enjoy a beer at the Sierra Nevada Brewery in Mills River. For the outdoor enthusiasts, they can enjoy the sports fields, walking trails, dog park, gardens, and playground at the Bill Moore Community Park. Or for more rural adventure, travel 25 minutes to the expansive Pisgah National Forest in Brevard, which has hiking, camping, water activities, and more. Mission Hospital is about a 25 minute drive away, and the Asheville Regional Airport is just a five minute drive away. 

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $794K
Lowest Price $27.5K
Highest Price $24M
Total Listings 1,086
Avg. Days On Market 144
Avg. Price/SQFT $375

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