Deerwood Apartments for Rent
Just south of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Deerwood was built on 25 acres of rolling property filled with trees in southeast Asheville. The planned community has villas and town homes. The community’s landscaping is filled with blooms in the spring and brightly colored leaves in the fall. The neighborhood’s unique clubhouse, a renovated farmhouse, is a popular gathering site for residents.
Deerwood is in ZIP code 28803, and the neighborhood entrance is on Deerlake Drive off Hendersonville Road. The neighborhood is centered between Sweeten Creek Road and Hendersonville Road.
Downtown Asheville and the University of North Carolina at Asheville are a 15-minute drive north. Asheville culture is on full display downtown, which is filled with unique stores, one-of-a-kind restaurants, and a busy music scene. Popular restaurants include the Jerusalem cafe, which is well known for its belly dancers, the Tupelo Honey Cafe, and the Laughing Seed vegetarian restaurant.
Asheville is situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and hiking trails for all fitness levels are all around the area. Hikers can ascend nearby Mt. Mitchell, a difficult hike, or enjoy an easier walk up Craggy Gardens. Most hikes end with breathtaking views, and many bypass waterfalls, streams, or historic sites. Many visitors also take in the scenic views from vehicles, enjoying leisurely drives along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Winter in Asheville brings skiing, snowboarding, and tubing at nearby mountains. Some mountain peaks get an average of 60 inches of snow annually, and ski resorts use snow machines to keep powder on the slopes during warmer weather. Hawksnest, Ski Beech, and Sugar Mountain are regional attractions, and smaller hills in Tube World in Maggie Valley are great for an afternoon of tubing.