With a diverse population of people from all walks of life, Henderson County opens up opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Whether you are young, have children, or are ready for retirement, Henderson County is the perfect location for enjoying life.
From luxury homes in premier golf communities to homes within walking distance of revitalizing downtowns, homes in Henderson County are in high demand. It’s easy to find the best home and neighborhood to match your family’s needs and lifestyle.
Find the homes in Henderson County that allow you to live life your way in Western North Carolina. Click below to search Henderson County real estate for your ideal listings.
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Henderson County Real Estate Agents
When you work with a Henderson County real estate agent at Ferguson Real Estate and Associates, we promise to help you save time worrying about your home purchase so you can enjoy your search. We will help you avoid costly mistakes that can happen when dealing with difficult and large transactions.
Contact our office at (828) 440-1172 to speak to one of our experienced Henderson County real estate agents today. We will walk you through the home buying process and find the perfect home for your family.
Land for Sale in Henderson County, NC
At Ferguson Real Estate and Associates we have listings of land for sale in Henderson County, NC that is sure to meet your needs. Whether you desire mountain land or residential land, a large number of acres to a small plot, we can help you. We offer land for sale in all shapes and sizes. Whether you are interested in building a home in a developed community or on a large private lot, give us a call today at (828) 440-1172.
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Selling a Henderson County Home
Henderson County is a very desired area in North Carolina. Our realtors sell homes daily and can help you find the perfect buyer for your Henderson County house.
It’s important that you hire an agent that knows the area. Many of our realtors are from Henderson County and have sold many homes in and around the county.
Some homeowners may be tempted to save on paying a commission and instead sell their home themselves, without an agent. This is known as “for sale by owner,” or FSBO. However, an experienced agent does a lot to earn their fee. For example, they can expose your house to the broadest audience and negotiate on your behalf to garner the best offers possible. If you go it alone, you’ll have to personally manage to prep your home, market it, review buyers’ offers and handle all the negotiations and closing details. Our agents take the stress out of selling your home.
Contact our Henderson County real estate agents today at (828) 440-1172. We will sell your home fast!
About Henderson County
Henderson County is located south of Buncombe County and Asheville, NC. Henderson County schools and Blue Ridge Community College serve area residents. Pardee Hospital is the largest hospital in the county, which is managed by UNC Health Care. It is the first and only hospital in North Carolina to be accredited by the International Organization for Standardization for quality health care standards. The Blue Ridge Parkway is a sightseer’s and bicyclist’s haven and is within a short drive as is the Pisgah National Forest.
Henderson County Communities
Henderson County has five incorporated towns that include Hendersonville, Flat Rock, Fletcher, Mills River, and Laurel Park. Hendersonville is the county seat and has the typical characteristics of a dense urban center with the largest population in the county.
Hendersonville is known for its history but it’s also beginning to blossom into the future. The town has a population of around 14,000 and is the largest city in Henderson County as well as the county seat. In the last 10 years, it has revitalized its local business scene and has a reputation as an area that offers something for almost everyone. With a very desired climate, breathtaking scenery, and a variety of programs for children, Hendersonville has attracted lots of families to buy a home in the area. Be sure to check out our collection of luxury homes in Hendersonville, NC.
Called “the little Charleston of the mountains”, Flat Rock was a hot spot for plantation owners from South Carolina in the 1800s. Now, the area has an eclectic vibe with art studios, specialty shops, and quaint markets. The popular Carl Sandburg Home and Flat Rock playhouse attract theater and art lovers from all around North Carolina. Flat Rock is on the National Register of Historic Places and rightfully so. This quiet town with a population of just 3,300 is the perfect place for a family looking for rural living while being close enough to the city for shopping and entertainment. Flat Rock homes for sale are listed on our website and if you can’t find one but are interested in the area, give us a call.
Fletcher is located in central northern Henderson County right between Hendersonville and Asheville. This small town is in close proximity to some of Western North Carolina’s most popular attractions and businesses. Like Hendersonville and Flat Rock, Fletcher has some amazing scenery that contributes to breathtaking views from well-placed homes. Growing at a steady rate, its current population of 8,200 is over double what it was 20 years ago. It has easy access to nearby Interstate 26 and is just minutes away from Asheville Regional Airport.
Located in western Henderson County near Etowah and Fletcher, it’s history dates bate to the late 1700s. Many of its current residents are direct descendants of the first settlers to the area. It is now home to around 7,000 people making it the third largest town in Henderson county. Residents enjoy the Mills River Recreational Area which is a popular destination for hikers, cyclists, and those that love to fish.
The premier residential, retirement, and vacation area, Laurel Park features amazing views of the mountains above as well as the valleys below. Jump Off Rock is one of the most popular attractions in Laurel Park. It is a scenic overlook that showcases a panoramic view of Pisgah National Forest and the Blue Ridge Mountains. With a population of over 2,500, Laurel Park preserves and enhances its unique quality of life making it a residential and small business community of exquisite choice. We have Laurel Park homes for sale so if you are interested in this area make sure to give us a call.