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Michael Hoffman and Kevin Jennings of SVN BlackStream, in Asheville, have combined listings value of over $35 million in the month of July. This includes a 1,451-acre development opportunity.

Asheville, North Carolina is a premier tourist destination with nationally recognized craft breweries, some of the finest restaurants in North America, and world class resorts. Combined with spectacular scenery and comfortable four-season climate, Asheville has become one of the most enjoyable destinations in the country.

Family owned since 1790, Pisgah View Ranch provides a unique opportunity to acquire +/- 1,451-acres of aesthetically stunning land suited for luxury estate homes, resort/conference center, spa retreat, and mixed use development.

Listed at $25 million, rugged ridge lines and gently rolling foothills bordering verdant valleys, and meadows combine to make Pisgah View Ranch a unique treasure. The natural beauty is why so many people choose to live, work, and play in Western North Carolina.

“Pisgah View Ranch is currently one of the largest and most valuable parcels available in the entire Southeast,” says Michael Hoffman, Broker of Record and Executive Director.

View Pisgah View Ranch here

The other listings include a 54,874 square feet historic rug mill and a fully-leased, three tenant office building.

Mountain Rug Mills and Factory Store is listed for $3.29 million in the desirable CBD Hendersonville, North Carolina. There is a 4-way lighted intersection of North King Street and 7th Avenue East. The site enjoys exposure to 11,000 cars per day.

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Beacon Pointe, listed for $1.8 million, is a well-maintained brick office building located in the CBD of the City of Hendersonville. With three tenants, the offices are fully leased out until 2021. The site enjoys exposure to 14,000 cars per day and contains 8,392 square feet on two levels.

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“We are excited to be helping our clients in the Asheville and Hendersonville market,” says Hoffman.