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Hamburg Crossing Condos Guide
This wonderfully planned community is an active adult community offering European-style homes which are typically 2-bedroom units with two bathrooms. The homes feature low-maintenance exteriors, open floor plans, and storage spaces as well as ample parking space. What’s more, this community is less than 15 minutes from Weaverville and Asheville. It’s a quick 3-mile drive to the grocery, restaurants, gas stations, and pharmacies allowing residents to easily access everything they need.
The community has the following key features:
Hamburg Crossing has a unique aesthetic that was achieved through carefully crafted architectural and landscape plans. The 82 homes all blend in effortlessly with the beautiful surrounding geography. The units are one-level townhomes with prices ranging from $322,000 to $377,000.
The units on offer feature floor spaces ranging from 1,668 square feet to 1,915 square feet and have two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The spacious units offer easy one-level living not to mention gorgeous, low-maintenance landscaping. The townhomes also feature an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, a large office/bonus room, a sunroom, newer appliances, granite countertops, breakfast bar, pantry, walk-in closets, and a two-car garage.
With the community being only 5 minutes away from Weaverville, residents can explore the countless shopping centers and boutiques in the charming town of Weaverville. And if that is not enough, downtown Asheville is less than 15 minutes away with its impressive collection of dining, drinking, shopping, and entertainment options.
The community is pet friendly and allows owners a maximum of 3 pets, exclusive of fish, gerbils, or other like caged pets that are kept indoors at all times. However, no more than two dogs are permitted in any unit.
Short term rentals are not permitted in this community with the minimum lease term being one year. The units’ strict occupancy rules prevent it from being a good Airbnb opportunity.
The community is managed by a Property Owners Association (POA) whose Board of Directors and committees monitor the owners’ compliance, reviews, and written requests for changes. They also work closely with the POA's landscape contractor, monitoring performance and making recommendations for seasonal beautification and longer-term improvements to the base plans. Residents are therefore expected to pay HOA fees of $250 per month.
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Points of Interest
Get local insights about dining, arts, and music convenient to Hamburg Crossing
Early Girl Eatery
Early Girl Eatery is a popular locally-owned restaurant known for its brunch options with locations in Downtown Asheville, West Asheville, and North Asheville. Food is local and there are great vegan and vegetarian options.
Tip: If you like spicy foods ask for the habanero sauce on the side. Gets crowded on weekends.
What to order: The pork breakfast bowl or fried chicken and biscuits are staples.
8 Wall Street Asheville, NC 28801. https://earlygirleatery.com/
Pie.Zaa is a relatively new pizza joint on the South Slope, just a short walk from downtown Asheville. Pie.Zaa is serving up big (28 inches to be exact), quality pies. Think “crispy, airy, slightly chewy” - the perfectly oversized New York slice. The best in Asheville.
Tip: These pies are big. If you order, be prepared to share, or have leftovers.
What to order: You can’t go wrong with the classic “roni” pie. It’s a crowd-pleaser.
46 Millard Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. https://piezaapizzaasheville.com/
Mela Indian Restaurant
Mela Indian Restaurant in Downtown Asheville, just a short walk from the Arras. Vegan and gluten free options are available.
Tip: Be sure to add naan to your order - Mela’s bread dough is hand made and prepared in a tandoor oven.
What to order: Try out the butter chicken with some garlic naan.
70 N Lexington Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. melaasheville.com
Woolworth Walk is one of the newest art galleries in Downtown Asheville. Located right off of Haywood Street, Woolworth Walk features dozens of artist booths prominently displaying a variety of works from local makers and creators.
If you’re looking for whimsical art or want a spot where you can grab a quick lunch, Woolworth Walk is worth a stop in Downtown Asheville.
25 Haywood Street, Asheville, NC 28801. https://www.woolworthwalk.com/
This item on the list is a street, not a specific building conveniently located near Arras.
Wall Street is an European feeling, eclectic street with dozens of indoor and outdoor shops featuring a variety of local merchants, makers, artists, and musicians.
Blue Spiral is a sprawling 15,000 square foot gallery space in Asheville featuring some of the area’s most established exceptional makers as well as emerging talent. The gallery includes three floors of space devoted to prominently displaying a variety of works, spanning a broad range of mediums and styles, including photography, sculptures, and paintings.
38 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801-3625.
In the Press
Great insights about the building, development, and history.
Hamburg Crossing has low walk and bike scores according to walkscore, which means that almost all errands require a car. Life in this community is relatively cheap as well with the cost of living being as low as 15% below the national average. With the place being close to nearby towns, the average commute time to work is roughly only 20 minutes.
The community has a rental cap on the units offered such that no more than 16 units, which is 20% of the total 82 units, may be leased at any one time. This means that owners looking to rent their units must first submit to the Board of Directors a request to lease form for approval. After approval, the owner will have ninety days to present a lease to the Board for approval or lose the ability to lease if the cap has been met.