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Welcome to the Western North Carolina Real Estate Guide where you can find the perfect home or property in the mountains of Western North Carolina.

Keever Real Estate In
Western North Carolina

If you are thinking about moving to the Western North Carolina area these pages are for you. The Western North Carolina Real Estate Guide is dedicated to offering you the most comprehensive list of Realtors and listings available.
The Western North Carolina Real Estate Guide covers 11 counties in North Carolina  and 2 counties in upstate South Carolina.  If you’re thinking of a home in Asheville or surrounding areas in Buncombe county to see what’s available in housing & rentals simply click on Buncombe County listed under counties we serve, 
Or perhaps you would like to live in Hendersonville, Apple growing capital of the United States or Flat Rock, where Carl Sandburg made his home.  
If you like the smaller laid back community that reminds you of Mayberry then check out Brevard in Transylvania county  home to the Brevard Music Center, recognized as one of the top performing music centers in the United States.
Sapphire, also in Transylvania county is the first community on your way up to the mountains and has beautiful long range views of the mountains, golf courses and  gated communities.
Cashiers and Toxaway sit high in the mountains over looking the beautiful Lake Toxaway.  The area built by the rich and famous years ago continues to draw seasonal and year round residences that enjoy the cool summers and mild winters.
Also, near by Glennville with Lake Glennville, offers year round fishing.
Be sure and visit Jackson County for its rugged unsurpassed beauty.  Close by, the city of Highlands in Macon County boasts a wide main street full of unique shops and restaurants
Be sure and visit Maggie Valley and Waynesville in Haywood County.  Enjoy the Great Smoky Mountains and the blue haze that lays over the ridges and valleys. A great vacation spot, Maggie Valley offers great fun for the entire family.   Waynesville, one of the oldest towns in the area offers a beautiful older downtown section full of fine shops and is one of the most desirable places in Western North Carolina to live.

If you’re looking to try your hand at raising horses, look no further than Polk County.  The city of Tryon holds the annual Tryon Steeple chase which has quickly become a national major event
The town of Columbus nearby shares the same interest in horses as Tryon and offers large farms and gentle rolling hills.  Polk County also has breath taking sight-seeing with many vistas of the mountains, Bicycle Touring, White Water Canoeing, Hiking, Horse Back Riding, Nature Trails, Many Water Falls and Nature Gardens plus lots of Antique and Craft shops to visit.
The City of Marion is located in McDowell County along the Catawba River Basin, at the eastern foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina. Marion is located just north of I-40 approximately 35 miles east of Asheville and 20 miles west of Morganton, and serves as a gateway between the Mountains and the Piedmont sections of North Carolina.  Rich in history, Marion is listed as one of the best place in Western North Carolina to live, work and raise a family.
If you’re looking for a college town then Mars Hill in Madison County can be the perfect choice. Mars Hill college remains true to its tradition of service, learning and leadership which has been a hallmark of the Mars Hill experience since 1865.  The nearby town of Hot Springs, is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, offering the Appalachian Trail, whitewater rafting and canoeing on the French Broad River.
Haynesville in Clay county, with its blue mountain, whisper quiet streams and ancient trails will take you back in time when the Cherokee roamed the area.  Mild winters give Clay County residents year round hiking and fishing.  
Rutherford County with the lake resort town of Lake Lure, the city of Rutherfordton and Forest City just might be the area you’ve been looking for. Close to Asheville and Hendersonville, major airport and shopping, residents can  enjoy the country flavor but yet within easy reach of near by larger cities.