Residences at Biltmore

Residences at Biltmore

The Residences at Biltmore are situated in a magnificent fertile woodland area near historic Biltmore Village. They range in size from a 533 studio to a 1363 2-bedroom square feet unit. All are fully furnished with attention to detail.

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Residences at Biltmore Condo Guide

In 2005, Power Development purchased 6.6 acres and was located less than a mile from The Biltmore Gate House.  These extravagant, contemporary, mid-rise hotel-style condominiums were completed in 2006.  The exterior is constructed of a beautiful stacked stone ranging from 3-5 levels.  An expert short-term management program is offered to owners to create additional income while they are gone. Professional management also coordinates housekeeping and scheduling repairs.


Each of the loft studios to 3-bedroom condos is tastefully decorated and includes stainless steel appliances in their fully equipped kitchens. They are turn-key, ready to set up residence, and enjoy the delightfully eclectic Asheville lifestyle and breathtaking mountain scenery.  The grounds are nicely landscaped and maintained.  The craftsmanship-style furnishings are comfortable yet refined style. 

Luxury Amenities

There is access to a health center that is clean and modern. The fitness buff would use treadmills, free weights, a recumbent bike, and pin-loaded resistance equipment. The outdoor heated swimming pool and hot tub invite you to swim a few laps, soak and relax, sit poolside, and watch the spectacular sunset. There is a new on-site restaurant, bar & lounge:

  • Azalea Bar & Kitchen: Serves authentic Southern American cooking.  It serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is open every day but Wednesday. It serves organically grown produce. You can dine inside or outside and enjoy one of several of their collection of craft beer. (828)774-5969 5 Caledonia Road.
Pet Friendly Living

The policy does accept pets under 40 lbs. in choice pet-friendly units with a deposit.

Culture and Arts

Biltmore Village and Biltmore Estate are practically at your doorstep.  Biltmore Village is a charming place to visit, even for the most discriminate tastes.  There are many unique shops lodged in historic cottages and one-of-a-kind buildings.  There are several well-known restaurants to quell your appetite.  It is a walkable neighborhood with brick sidewalks and a canopy of trees to shade the way. Amid the village sits The Cathedral of All Souls with remarkably distinctive architecture. And of course, the Biltmore Estates needs to be visited, instead of merely described.  It offers over 800 acres of superbly maintained manicured grounds surrounded by the brilliant blue, purple and green hues of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  The house itself is beyond compare.


There is free parking on the grounds. If you don't want to drive, you can walk to many areas, take a city bus or call a taxi.

Smoking Policy

These grounds are non-smoking.  They have a fine and additional cost for any possible damage created by smoking.

Info at a Glance


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Building Amenities

Residences at Biltmore features:

24/7 Concierge

Spa/Hot Tub

Income producing units

Short-term rental program

Heated Swimming Pool

Personalized Spa Packages

Fitness center

Restaurant & lounge

Large event area

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Standard Appointments in Units

Below are some of the standard appointments, with some units being substantially upgraded at the time of construction or after.

Gas fireplaces

Whirlpool baths (excluding loft units which have a walk-in shower)


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Points of Interest

Get local insights about dining, arts, and music convenient to Residences at Biltmore.


If you enjoy supporting your local community, this is the restaurant for you.  They serve great southern cooking that is locally resourced.  A place to savor every bite and catch-up with the neighbors.  Approximately an 8-minute drive to 371 Merrimon Ave.

(828) 232-4340

Biscuit Head

Many of the folks from Asheville declare this is the best place to get breakfast. The biscuits are giant, fluffy, and melt in your mouth. There are various preserves and jellies available to choose from to spread on them if that is your preference rather than good ole biscuits and gravy.  It is about an 8-minute drive.  417 Biltmore Ave.

(828) 505-3449

Early Girl Eatery

Early Girl Eatery has been featured in Southern Living, Wall Street Journal, and even Bon Appétit, for their delicious (and unique) brunch options and their use of locally-sourced ingredients. They have locations in Downtown Asheville, West Asheville, and North Asheville.

Tip: Gets crowded on weekends. If you like spicy options, ask to sample their homemade hot sauce.

What to order: The grit cake with vegetables will surprise you. The fried chicken and biscuits are a favorite of the locals. 

8 Wall Street Asheville, NC 28801.

Old Europe Pastries

Old Europe is one of the local’s favorites for delicious pastries, decadent desserts, and Italian-style espresso drinks. The owner of this staple is from Hungary and brought the taste and talent for creating mouthwatering European desserts to downtown Asheville.

Tip: The bakery offers a wide variety of gluten and vegan options. If you’re looking for something that fits into either of these, be sure to ask the staff.

What to order:  The Croissants and the chocolate éclairs are always crowd-pleasers.


13 Broadway St, Asheville, NC 28801-2903.

Battery Park Book Exchange

If you’re looking for a truly unique place to unwind with a glass of wine (or champagne!) the Battery Park Book Exchange is the perfect place. Part used bookstore and part champagne bar, you’ve never experienced a place quite like this. With live music on the weekends, thousands of used books, and a non-stop flow of wine and champagne, there’s not much lacking at this magical book exchange.

1 Page Ave #101, Asheville, NC 28801.

The French Broad Food Co-Op

Established in 1975, this eclectic grocery store is Asheville’s only community-owned grocery store. The owners and the leadership team of French Broad Food are focused on supporting the local community, including local farmers and other producers. Their produce is all 100% organic, and many items are locally sourced and grown sustainably. 

90 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801.

In the Press

Great insights about the building, development, and history. 

Units located at the Residences at Biltmore are a popular investment product owing to the ability of overs to short-term rent (<30 day basis) units in the building. There is an on-site manager that can assist with day to day operations of units in the short-term rental program.

If you are considering purchasing a unit in Residences at Biltmore, be aware that some lenders will not finance units in the building due to the number of units placed in the short-term rental program. If you have questions about purchase limitations, contact us an we can discuss your specific requirements.

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