Asheville Neighborhoods, Ranch Neighborhoods

Asheville Neighborhoods-Woodside Hills

Woodside Hills is a lovely, affordable neighborhood located just west of Asheville in Candler. This established, desirable community offers a traditional neighborhood feel, local conveniences and easy access to Asheville.

Developed in the 1960’s and 70’s Woodside Hills features brick ranch homes, split-level homes and an atomic ranch or two sprinkled into the mix. Over the years, many homeowners have expanded living spaces by finishing basements and building additions. A number of homes in Woodside Hills could still use updating or renovations and present a great opportunity to own a reasonably priced home in a lovely, convenient neighborhood.

The neighborhood layout has a natural flow with mature trees and streets that meander rather than exist in a grid. Wooded areas surround homes creating a sense of space and breathing room. Woodside Hills Community Park, featuring a large field and a picnic pavilion, is maintained with voluntary HOA fees.  

Woodside Hills was incorporated into Asheville a few years ago, so although it has a Candler address, it has the advantage of Asheville city services. The neighborhood is conveniently located close to I-40 and I-26 for easy access to Asheville and surrounding towns. Schools, several large grocery stores, coffee shops, breweries and the YMCA are right around the corner. Hiking, biking, rafting and kayaking adventures are only a short drive away at the NC Arboretum, Blue Ridge Parkway and Bent Creek Experimental Forest.

Check out our Candler Blog to learn more about the Candler area.

Interested in buying or selling a home in the Woodside Hills community, Candler or Asheville area? Call or email 828-545-2712 carol@mymosaicrealty.com

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