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Steadfast Realtor in a Changing Western North Carolina Real Estate Market


Greybeard Realtors understand western NC real estate.

Greybeard Realtors understand western NC real estate.


When Janet Randolph became a Realtor in the Asheville area nine years ago, she noticed that people wanted large homes perched on the North Carolina mountainside.  Nowadays, she's noticed a shift.  People still want homes in western North Carolina, but now they want smaller homes located right in smaller towns like Black Mountain.

Janet, who brought her NC real estate expertise to Greybeard Realty almost three years ago, epitomizes the type of Realtor Greybeard has.  She is focused, knowledgeable about real estate trends in western North Carolina, and very committed to the area.  Originally from Texas, Janet fell in love with the area.  "The friendly people and the beautiful mountains stole my heart," she notes.

At present, Janet has two particular listings of interest.  Swannanoa NC 80 Green Forest, with its southern exposure, has a nice flat driveway yet offers incredible valley views.  Located on more than 14 acres, this property was once part of the Davidson family post Revolutionary War land grant.

Black Mountain NC  1585 High Rock Acres is a cozy mountain home that provides views of Mount Mitchell and the NC Parkway.  With an artist studio located above its two-car garage, this ideally-located property has a recent home inspection available already.

To check out these properties or any of Greybeard's other Western North Carolina homes for sale, please contact Janet or any of Greybeard's Realtors.  Like Janet, our other real estate agents all have a commitment to western North Carolina and have a special place in their hearts for the area.  Come see what Greybeard can do to help you find the NC mountain home of your dreams.