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Sunset Ridge Condo Guide
There are six stories and 72 individual condos in this development, located approximately 5 miles from Asheville's core. It gives you the serenity and quiet of the country and the convenience of city living. The exterior of this residential building is made of stucco. They would make the perfect second home giving you a "foot on the ground" in these beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. These apartments would make lovely permanent homes as well if you lean to living in Asheville, which was dubbed by Self Magazine as the "Happiest City in America," according to the 2019 realestatescorecard.com internet site. They are non-smoking.
The interiors and floor plans of these homes are varied, but all have windows that frame glorious year-round views of the mountains, which gets better as you ascend each floor. They have patios to breathe in the crisp air on a cool mountain morning. There is a modern furnished lobby and elevator.
There is an outdoor pool and cabana to bask in the sun and get your morning exercise. A grilling area to entertain guests is available.
These units do not allow pets which is ideal for someone who has allergies.
The luxury mid-rise building features:
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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.
Sunset Ridge was built in 1965 and stands 6-stories tall. Amenities include a gated entrance, outdoor swimming pool, grilling area, resident clubroom, and more. Sunset Ridge is a pet-free community.
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Points of Interest
Get local insights about dining, arts, and music convenient to Sunset Ridge Condos.
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.
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.
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. https://earlygirleatery.com/
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. http://www.oldeuropepastries.com/
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. http://batteryparkbookexchange.com/
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. http://frenchbroadfood.coop/
In the Press
Great insights about the building, development, and history.
According to July 08, 2020 article in Travel and Leisure Magazine, Asheville was listed as number 9 of the "top 15 cities in the United States." Adding to Asheville's accolades, it indicated "this relatively petite city punches above its weight in cultural and culinary bounty."