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What You’ll Love About Hendersonville

The Amenities

Downtown also offers residents access to a number of large city parks with swimming pools, tennis courts, and baseball, basketball and soccer fields. There’s something for everyone!

The Employment

Hendersonville is a great place to live and work. It is easily commutable to bigger cities and has an unemployment rate of 4.3%.

The Weather

Enjoy a mild winter and summer in this lovely town. Winters average around 25 degrees Fahrenheit and summers tend to be around 83 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Come Explore Life in Hendersonville

Hendersonville is representative of a diverse population from people from all walks of live. Whether you are starting out in life or are ready for slowing down, Henderson County offers opportunities for residents and visitors alike.

Traditionally known as “The City of the Four Seasons,” Hendersonville has also earned a reputation over the years for being the “Friendliest City in America.” When you visit, you’ll understand why right away! People in this community are eager to help others, offering valuable advice on where to eat and where to visit. You’ll never meet a stranger when you live here!

Homes in this incredible western NC community can range in values anywhere from $65,000 for a single-family home to upwards of $3 million. Home buyers will have a variety of low maintenance master planned communities, smaller developments and beautiful golf communities to choose from. This means that they will be able to pursue anything from a new construction home to a charming historic property when they navigate the Hendersonville real estate market.

Spotlights of Hendersonville

local attractions

Favorite Attractions

Visitors and residents alike enjoy spending the day at the Hendersonville Heritage Museum or digging for treasure at the Elijah Mountain Gem Mine. 

Meanwhile, for those with an affinity for the arts, the county is home to the NC state theater, the Flat Rock Playhouse, which is where you can enjoy Broadway caliber performances. Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra performs at festivals and at the Blue Ridge Concert Hall.

shopping and dining

Shopping & Dining

In recent years, Main Street has undergone revitalization, boasting tasty eateries and wonderful shopping opportunities. Otherwise, Laurel Park Village Shopping Center and Blue Ridge Mall have numerous selections for shopping and dining experiences.

parks and recreation

Parks & Recreation

If you consider yourself more of an outdoors person, you’ll feel lucky to be living in Hendersonville. That’s because outdoor activities are plentiful to say the least. Green River Preserve and Lake Summit nearby, to name a few places to enjoy recreational activities. With all of these attractions nearby, mountain biking, fishing and kayaking has never been more convenient.


Community Events

Apples are such an ingrained part of the local culture that there’s even an annual Apple Festival that attracts tens of thousands of spectators. In fact, historically, apples have been the traditional agricultural crop in the county.

Hendersonville Attractions

What's Nearby?

Talk about a convenient location! Hendersonville is located 30 minutes southeast of Ashville, 40 minutes north of Greenville, SC and roughly 3 hours north of Charleston, SC. Thus, whenever you’re planning your next vacation, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that it’s easier to “get away from it all” than you thought! Meanwhile, the nearest airport AVL is 15 minutes north. And the larger regional airport, GSP, is approximately 40 minutes south.

quick facts

Quick Facts

Population (2016): 13,840
Population Growth Since 2000: +28.7%
Zip Code: 28700, 28799
County: Henderson County
Mean Home Price (2013): $211,700


Travel & Commute

Asheville: 30min
Greenville, SC: 40min
International Airport: 1.5 hours
Major Highways: US-74, US-26, I-26,I-85 


Local Schools

Public District:  Henderson County Public Schools
Private Schools: Immaculata Catholic Church, Fletcher Academy, Heritage Hall International School

Hendersonville Real Estate

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