Located a little less than 30 miles south of Greensboro in the heart of North Carolina is the thriving community of Asheboro, North Carolina, a finalist in the 2015 All-America City Award by the National Civic League. Buying here is a great value for many reasons, including the fact that the town has listings well under the country's average price for a home. Here you will find everything from Cape Cod styles, townhomes and ranch homes among other charming real estate throughout the area.
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Downtown Asheboro is a picturesque and active area filled with storefronts, tree-lined sidewalks and true small-town charm. Residents enjoy concerts and other events year-round at the Sunset Theatre and enjoy buying fresh local food at the downtown farmer's market. The Randolph Arts Guild showcases a new exhibit each month, and there is plenty of shopping and dining to experience as well. Asheboro is home to one of the largest natural habitat zoos in the world, with the North Carolina Zoo having 500 acres and over 1,100 animals for all to enjoy. The city is an attractive choice for families to establish roots and boasts an active retirement community too.
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The standard of living is a strong draw, as it is significantly under the national average while still offering top-notch city services including curb-side recycling and a wide range of recreational activities. From community sports leagues to golfing, hiking, and lake activities, many options are available for those seeking leisure or adventure. Centrally located in the Piedmont Triad, which includes Winston-Salem, High Point, and Greensboro, a vast array of resources and entertainment are nearby. Major employers in the area include Randolph Hospital, Energizer, and the Asheboro City Schools. If you like small-city living with a thriving cultural and recreational community within a short drive of larger urban centers, you are bound to find the perfect property within the diverse array of listings available in Asheboro.