Five Fun Things To Do in Asheville in September

Fall is just around the corner, and that means there’s plenty to do in Western North Carolina in the coming weeks. If you are searching for single family homes in Asheville, why not take advantage of this wonderful time of the year and check out a few great events the area has to offer?

Here are five exciting outings happening next month, and all are within a short drive from the finest in Western North Carolina real estate. The North Carolina Mountain Fair, for instance, will be hosted at the WNC Agricultural Center—a mere 1.7 miles from River Stone, a collection of single family homes near Asheville.

Which fun-filled event is right for you and your family?

1. The Lexington Ave Arts and Fun Festival, September 5th: This free, end-of-summer event is a celebration of Asheville’s artistic and musical communities. The Lexington Avenue Arts and Fun Festival (LAAFF) is entering its ninth year of filling three blocks of N Lexington Ave in downtown with local art, food, beer, live music, street performers and other random acts of creativity. For more information, visit

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Two New Tenants Sign Leases in Windsor/Aughtry’s Main@Broad Development

Greenville, SC – Windsor/Aughtry Company today announced that Scott & Stringfellow and Aon Risk Solutions have signed long-term leases in the new Main@Broad development in downtown Greenville. Scott & Stringfellow, a regional brokerage and investment banking firm, will occupy 7,230 square-feet of office space on the fourth floor of the development. Aon Risk Solutions will occupy 3,213 square-feet of space on the development’s second floor. 

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Don’t Miss Hendersonville’s Upcoming Apple Festival

Labor Day weekend is just around the corner, and if you haven’t made plans yet, we may have just the thing for you: the annual Apple Festival in Hendersonville. With plenty of delicious food, live music and one of the best street fairs around, the Apple Festival is as American as, well, apple pie.

Starting on Friday, September 3rd, the streets of downtown Hendersonville will come alive for four straight days of food, fun and free entertainment. The Apple Festival has been going strong for more than 60 years, and last year’s festival drew a record-setting 200,000 visitors to Hendersonville.

If you are looking for single family homes near Asheville, NC, why not plan your trip so that it coincides with this year’s Apple Festival?

During the day, you can walk beautiful Main Street in Hendersonville and browse the handiwork of over 150 vendors. At night, you will enjoy non-stop entertainment from a professional stage, including live beach music by The Original Tams on Saturday night. The festival culminates on Monday afternoon with the King Apple Parade, which is always a crowd pleaser.

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River Stone: A Community That Defines Us

Creating the places where you want to be since 1988. It’s our tagline, our mantra, our company philosophy. Everyone from our builders to our marketers to our sales agents share this vision and passion for creating exceptional communities. So it begs the question: where do you want to be?

If you are like most homeowners, you want to be in a community that has heart and soul, surrounded by people who share your values and tastes. This goes beyond architectural standards and nice landscaping. We’re talking about living alongside neighbors who speak to each other in the streets and take an active part in the community.

One of the things that sets us apart from other real estate development companies is that our communities eventually take on a life of their own. Take River Stone for instance, a planned community in Fletcher, North Carolina, where exciting things have been happening all summer long.

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