The Townes at Hamrick Farms D.R. Horton

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$314,990
1,375 - 1,375

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The Townes at Hamrick Farms

The Townes at Hamrick Farms is close to it all, but off the main roads for a quiet lifestyle. A great little cove on a hillside. This quaint community offers value minded low maintenance townhomes, 3 bed, 2 1/2 baths, all with an attached one car garage. Stainless steel appliances in the kitchen with microwave above the range, and granite counters. Located minutes to I-40, I-240, and I-26 for easy access and commuting. Only 10 minutes to Downtown Asheville – with countless restaurants, entertainment venues, and art museums.
Nearby:
• Biltmore Estate
• WNC Farmers Market
• Buncombe County Sports Park
• Pisgah National Forest
• Chestnut Mountain Nature Park

Community Information

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Daily Call For Information
Contact Info
Whitney Thompson
Online Sales Counselor
[email protected]
(828) 974-1958
Debby Smith - The Townes at Hamrick Farms
[email protected]
(828) 482-4701
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My Notes

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Sand Hill-Venable Elementary School

Public | K-4

0.9 mi.
School Name Distance

Enka Middle School

Public | 7-8

0.5 mi.
School Name Distance

Enka High School

Public | 9-12

1.7 mi.

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Amenities:

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Area Information

Welcome to North Carolina

From its pristine sandy beaches to the plush, tree-lined rolling mountains and rich architecture aligning bustling cityscapes, North Carolina provides a pristine backdrop for nearly every preferred lifestyle.

North Carolina’s most common nickname is the “Tar Heel State.” Historians think it has to do with state’s legacy as a leading producer of tar, pitch, rosin, and turpentine. The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Duke University, and North Carolina State University, make up what's known as the Research Triangle. Home to one of the largest research parks in the world, it boasts companies and institutions such as Cisco, the NIH’s National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Today the state offers a wide variety of attractions, including several historical sites, hiking and biking trails, miles of white-water rapids, museums, military installations and a long coastline of beaches. Fishing, skiing and golfing are also popular in the state.