Thursday, February 14, 2013

12 Quiet Creek Lane, Black Mountain, NC 28711

12 Quiet Creek Lane, Black Mountain, NC

4 Bedrooms/3.5 Bathrooms/MLS#532235 

Property Description:  Great Value in this Priced To Sell Home! A pet lover's dream! Doggie door leading to wraparound porch and fenced back yard! Surrounded by trees, amazing privacy yet super convenient to Downtown Black Mountain and the Flagship Ingles right across the street.

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"Seller Says" 
The thing we love about Black Mountain is the quaint downtown with all the different shops and the great restaurants. They  have a 4th of July parade and a fun Christmas festival.  Also you can be hiking in just a few minutes - the beauty is breathtaking.     

We love to eat Mexican food at Ole' Guacamoles. Other favorites include Dark City Deli and Mac's for burgers. We shop at Ingles grocery, which is located right across the streetIt is the biggest grocery store in the area and they have everything we are looking for.    

When we bought the property we loved the quietness and the privacy.  It is surrounded by trees and we have only one house on our street.  The house has many windows to enjoy all the great views.  We love our deck for meals and BBQ.  The floors are Canadian cherry and are beautiful.  The basement is a favorite hangout to play games or watch TV.    

The Black Mountain area is such friendly place.  The quality of life is fantastic. Slow paced with many activities to choose from.    

The school system is very good with many caring teachers.   We love the natural beauty, great restaurants and friendly people.    

We enjoy hiking and biking, which you can do right out your door.  Montreat is close by which has some of the best hiking in western NC.    

Our neighborhood is great because we are secluded and it is very quiet.  The area is fun to go walking and everybody is so friendly.  You can walk to town or to restaurants close by.     

Our utility costs are better than we have experienced in other areas we lived in. The winters are not extreme and the summers are mild.  Progress Energy for electric and PSNC for gas.