The Finest Custom Outdoor Lighting Designs And Installations Are The Pride And Joy Of Carolina Landscape Lighting, The Grand Master For Low Voltage Outdoor Illumination For Asheville, North Carolina
For those of us who live here in Asheville and watch CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley, it came as no surprise that Asheville is now one of the most coveted places to live for people who are thing about retiring.
In addition to extolling the wondrous virtues of the heralded Biltmore Estate, folks looking for their forever retirement home are looking at these Asheville neighborhoods – and for good reasons.
Though it may be a small city, what Asheville lacks in size, it makes up in its rich culture. Regardless of your lifestyle, you can be sure to find things to do in this charming city tucked away in the Appalachian Mountains.
The Cliffs at Walnut Cove: Just minutes from downtown Asheville and all of its attractions, this private community makes it possible for you to be a part of everything that makes living in Asheville so extraordinary. Its combination of estates, townhomes, or cottages in this luxurious golf community shine at night in the Blue Ridge Mountains with our acclaimed outdoor landscape and curb appeal lighting.
Downtown: Here is a little-known fact that may have passed you by. Our Asheville Downtown neighborhood has more Scottish and English ancestry people living in it than nearly any neighborhood in America. Yes, 5.9% of this neighborhood’s residents have Scottish ancestry and 18.0% have English ancestry.
Grace: Homeowners in this idyllic neighborhood cherish its beautifully illuminated tree-lined streets, eclectic architecture, and large array of urban conveniences. With the shopping corridor of Merrimon Avenue positioned through the center of Grace, a range of stores, restaurants and other services are within a short walk or drive of the neighborhood’s residences. At the same time, picturesque spots like the hilltop Grace Episcopal Church mingle with the neighborhood’s warmth and easy pace to make Grace feel worlds away from the commercial hustle.
Lake View Park: The perfect Asheville version of “less is more.” This residential neighborhood in Asheville, NC, is known for its beauty and rich history. It is a community of only 500-plus properties surrounding Beaver Lake and Park, which are owned by the residents. Landscape lighting boasts the beauty of the lake, proximity to downtown, varied architecture, gentle topography, mature trees, meandering roads, and wildlife, all within the Asheville City School district. All these assets make Lake View Park a neighborhood of choice.
Beaverdam Run: High on the relocation radar for soon-to-be retirees, this active lifestyle Asheville community of 136 homes is situated on 115 acres of lush landscape and mountain views. Enjoy the professionally illuminated park-like setting during the evenings, as well as the fabulous amenities at Beaverdam Run’s well-appointed clubhouse. Residents live an active and social lifestyle in Beaverdam Run with plenty of events and activities that keep them busy any day of the week.
Montford: A revered historic neighborhood in Asheville, North Carolina, located just north of downtown, Montford is a National Register Historic District with 600+ buildings, mostly residences, built between 1890 and 1920. To protect and beautify them after dark, many have chosen Carolina Landscape Lighting to design and install energy-smart outdoor lighting. It is interesting to note that if you are truly energy conscious and have an electric vehicle, this neighborhood might be a good fit, as there are electric vehicle charging locations in Historic Montford with two level-2 charging points.
Kenilworth: Named after Castle Kenilworth in England, Asheville’s own Kenilworth Neighborhood offers tranquil serenity only minutes from the city’s finest shopping, dining and entertainment. Nestled between Biltmore Village on the south and downtown Asheville to the north, Kenilworth has long been a prestigious residential district in the Asheville area. In addition to having its own scenic lake, the neighborhood also has its own park. Kenilworth Park, located in the heart of the neighborhood, features picnic tables and grills, ball fields and courts, and a playground for the children. A few minutes’ drive away, you will find yourself in the excitement of downtown Asheville or the quaint serenity of Biltmore Village.
Oak Forest: A favorite of long-time Asheville residents, Oak Forest is the place where mid-century homes abound. In fact, you won’t find much of anything but mid-century architecture, ranch style homes here. The first homes were constructed in the mid-1950s and the development continued through the late 1960s. This lovely, picturesque neighborhood has a gentle topography, mature trees and nicely landscaped lawns, and after sunset, they beam with the stunning glow of low-voltage outdoor landscape lighting. An important feature of the mid-century home was the connection to outdoor living spaces, so true to the era, many Oak Forest homes have sliding doors to a patio space or large windows to bring the outside in, and Carolina Landscape Lighting is the most trusted name to light them and service those outdoor lighting systems.
Lighting Up Asheville To Ensure It Remains One Of The Most Charming Cities In The South
Carolina Landscape Lighting is a full-service design and installation outdoor lighting company serving Asheville. Our process is simple: Match your taste with our lighting expertise to create the perfect lighting effect for you.
To ensure that we are capturing your desired lighting effect, you can preview a design with our nighttime demonstration before the installation.
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