Friday, May 1, 2015

776 Jupiter Road (Lot 1) Weaverville 28787 Presented By All-StarPowerhouse, Asheville, NC

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Find instructions on submitting an offer at Lot/home package. One level living w/open floor plan. Hardwood/ceramic tile floors. Small subdivision of five homes, convenient to shopping and only 20 min to downtown Asheville. Mountain views. 

Hutzel Construction has been in business since 1993, providing quality construction to many happy clients. Customization and other plans available. 

Here are some photos of a finished home, as an example of the excellent quality of build in the Hutzel homes. This is the Oak Pier model.

'Builder Says'

Hi there, my name is Matt Hutzel, and I am the builder for this lot/ home package. I live in the Jupiter Community and have been building homes since 1994. I provide quality new custom construction under $250,000.

I was drawn to these properties due to the gently rolling lots and the ease of construction. There are also beautiful long range views. We love Western North Carolina. There is so much to offer everyone. It is a great location for outdoor enthusiasts. The Blue Ridge Parkway, NC Arboretum, The Appalachian Trail, The WNC Nature Center. Weaverville is a short 10-15 min drive to downtown Asheville. 

We have a super Ingles Grocery Store with a Starbucks and a super Walmart available for convenient shopping. There is a Lowes Hardware Store off of Hwy 25/70 and Reems Creek Plant Nursery.

We are camping enthusiasts. Our favorite places to camp are Hot Springs, Bear Den off the Bue Ridge Parkway, Indian Creek in Cherokee, Black Mountain Camp Ground in Celo. I spend much of my free time tending to my garden and spending time with my family. 

Many neighbors in our close knit community like to garden and share in their produce. Folks in the Jupiter community tend to enjoy gardening and other outdoor activities on their over-sized lots. Jupiter has a rolling topography with beautiful long range views. Jupiter is nestled between Mars Hill, Marshall, and Weaverville.