Asheville is known to be one of the “coolest” small cites on the East Coast. It’s got a relaxed vibe and an adventurous spirit. Asheville is nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains which makes it a beautiful place to live. The town has a mix of hipster coffee shops, local restaurants, outdoor activities, and more breweries per capita than anywhere in the United States.
Here are the reasons why Millennials are moving to Asheville, North Carolina
Small Town + Big Vibe: There is approximately 89,000 people living in Asheville, NC. It’s got a small-town feel, but all the amenities that you’d ever need. Asheville has a bustling downtown with actives, restaurants, breweries, art, and so much culture.
Out Door Adventures: Asheville has access to The Blue Ridge Parkway all year round for hiking, biking, and scenic driving. Pisgah National Forest is also located just South West of Asheville where you can find waterfalls, whitewater rapids, camping, and hiking trails. There is so much nature to see and explore right in your backyard.
Dog-Friendly: Asheville is a dog lovers town. Not only are there so many parks and hikes to take your dog on, you can also bring Fido with you to explore downtown. In the warmer months, most breweries, restaurants, and coffee shops allow dogs on their outdoor patios.
Mild Climate: Asheville has a comfortable four-season climate and never gets too hot or too cold. Average temperature in winter is 47 (high) 28 (low) degrees, and summer is 85 (high) 64 (low).
Family Friendly: Not only does Asheville have a great school system, but there are also a lot of kid-friendly actives always going on around town. Check out the Asheville Museum of Science, located right next door to our Downtown office.