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Liberty Oaks Condo Guide
Liberty Oaks’ is situated in an ancient valley, nearly half a mile above sea level and at the heart of one of the oldest mountain ranges on Earth. This location allows residents to take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Planned from the ground up to take advantage of the surrounding natural beauty without destroying it, this community covers 20 acres of land dotted with countless mature oak and hickories. In total, Liberty Oaks comprises 111 residences distributed across 62 townhomes, 14 attached patio homes, and 35 single-family homes.
Here are some of the key features of Liberty Oaks:
This tranquil community has 111 residences consisting of 62 are townhomes, 35 single-family homes, and the rest are attached patio homes. The townhomes offer 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and single-car garages. The single-family homes and the attached patio homes are still under construction. The community also has spectacular mountain views that can be enjoyed while taking a slow walk on the available walk trails or having a picnic with family and friends in the community gardens. At a starting price of $239,000 and with its serene location, Liberty Oaks offers one of the most affordable lifestyles in Asheville.
Liberty Oaks was designed by Sitework Studios, a professional Landscape architecture, land planning, and urban design firm. The 20-acre site on which the community was constructed was thoroughly analyzed so as to preserve the ancient oak-hickory forest which includes a specimen ‘Liberty Oak’ that is more than 250 years old. Construction began in 2016 with the aim of creating a safe community, neighborhood streets with traditional sidewalks and lighting as well as a series of pocket parks.
The 1367 square-foot townhomes each have two floors. The first level hosts a cozy well-lit living room, a gas-burning fireplace sitting below a built-in TV alcove. There’s also a sunny dining area with access to the backyard via a full-length glass door. The kitchen, a half-bath, a coat closet, and garage access round out the first floor. All three bedrooms reside on the second level accompanied by a laundry nook and a linen closet. The spacious master suite overlooks the backyard while the other two bedrooms are positioned side-by-side along the front of the home. For a personalized touch, homes that are still being constructed provide buyers with the opportunity to specify custom options.
Possibly the best feature of Liberty Oaks is that it is located in a serene tranquil setting far from any harsh city noises. However, if you feel the need for adventure, all the exciting entertainment options the city has to offer are only a short 15-minute drive away.
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Standard Appointments in Units
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Some units in the building have been substantially upgraded.
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Points of Interest
Get local insights about dining, arts, and music convenient to Liberty Oaks Condos:
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.
According to a publication in Citizen-Times, the name of the community has a deeply interesting origin. “As far as that name, Liberty Oaks, Wilds said they took it from the road but also from a pair of white oaks near the center of the property that is more than are about 250 years old, meaning they were around at the time of the American Revolution.”
This project, due to the historic nature of the environment, preservation of the environment as it’s been was the highest priority, “They plan to preserve those trees and a cluster of about two dozen oak that are about 175 years old.” As a result, thorough analysis and consultation were carried out particularly in the planning stage of the construction, “Doug Sharp, an erosion control officer with Buncombe County, said the development has received all the necessary planning permits, including for erosion and sedimentation control.”