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Building a New Family Home with Classic Southern Style

New Home in Asheville designed by Platt Architects | hookedonhouses.net

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from SafeWise

The 50 Safest Cities in North Carolina- 2015

*NEW REPORT* See our updated list for 2016 at http://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-north-carolina-2016/ An affordable cost of living, vibrant economic areas, and moderate climate are a few of the reasons two of North Carolina’s largest cities, Charlotte and Raleigh, are expected to grow faster than any other U.S. cities of similar size over the next 15 years.

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from Curbed

N.C. Lake House Combines Southern Charm, Adirondack Style

N.C. Lake House Combines Southern Charm, Adirondack Style - House of the Day - Curbed National

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from Odyssey

23 Reasons Why It's Better To Live In North Carolina

23 Reasons Why It's Better To Live In North Carolina | The Odyssey

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from Southern Living

Bloom Town: Wilmington, North Carolina

The Azalea Festival is one of the most anticipated events in Wilmington every spring. Look at these pictures and you'll see why! #CompassPointeNC #resortliving

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The MOST BEAUTIFUL home I have ever laid eyes on! Perfection!

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from Matador Network

Travel guide to the best state parks in North Carolina

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK (understandably) draws much of the attention in terms of North Carolina’s public lands, but the Tarheel State is home to 41 great state parks that hold plenty of appeal of their own. From the mountains to the Piedmont to the coast, these resources invite visitors to climb high, trek far, dive in, and kick back. Make North Carolina your next travel destination. #VisitNC

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Sunset view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina. Photo by Dave Allen, a landscape photographer and instructor based in these Appalachian mountains.

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An autumn scene in Charlotte, North Carolina, as shown from overhead looking down into Marshall Park and across to the Charlotte skyline. The new Duke Energy tower is included in image (far left)

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My favorite "little" town...downtown Waynesville, NC after a gorgeous snow storm! Pic by photographer Ed Kelley! #Waynesville #snow

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