What do you include in your property listings to lure new renters? You need to include more than the basic features and specifications of your rental property. It’s also helpful to include information about the surrounding area. While long-time locals may be familiar with the local activities and attractions, people from the surrounding area or out of town will find this additional information helpful.
Consider mentioning one or more of these attractions in your Hendersonville rental property listings.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
Located just ten miles from Hendersonville, NC is one of the craft brewing industry’s most well-known craft brewers. Sierra Nevada’s east coast brewing, bottling, and distribution center are located here. Visit the taproom and sample 20 different beers that are available on tap.
There’s also a farm to table restaurant that serves up delicious plates crafted from mainly locally supplied produce. There are also guided and self-guided tours of the brewery.
“Jump Off Rock”
Enjoy panoramic mountain views of the Blue Ridge mountains. You’ll cruise the curvy mountain roads as you make your way five miles from downtown Hendersonville and reach an elevation of 3,100 feet.
Make an afternoon of it and bring a blanket and picnic lunch. There’s a stone overlook, benches, and plenty of perfectly shady grass spots. The park is open from sunrise to sunset, so stick around and watch the colors change with the sun’s height.
Chimney Rock Park
Take one of the six hiking trails in this park and make your way to one of the most impressive views around. For over 100 years, tourists to the area have marveled at this 500 million-year-old monolith.
It’s a winding three-mile drive to the parking area and then another 500 steps to the top of the chimney. There’s an elevator for those who aren’t able or interested in taking the steps. On a clear day, you can see up to 75 miles away. The park is also home to North Carolina’s highest waterfall.
The Western North Carolina Air Museum
Celebrate the history of North Carolina as the first in flight state. It’s only 2.5 miles from downtown Hendersonville and spreads across two hangers. Admission is free, and no ropes stop you from getting up and close with planes from the 1910s through the 1980s.
This museum has the honor of being the first aviation museum in the state. It’s also staffed by passionate volunteers who are experienced pilots. They’re able to give you in-depth information about the history of aviation and the planes themselves.
Elijah Mountain Gem Mine
Try your luck at one of the most well-known gem mines in the North Carolina mountains. Channel your inner 1800s prospector as you search for rubies, sapphires, emeralds, amethyst, opal, aquamarine, and quartz. You can keep anything you find.
There’s uncovered, covered, and indoor mining options, making it easy to visit any time of year and no matter what the weather conditions.
For four generations, this 100-acre family farm has grown apples. There’s something for everyone, including apple picking, pumpkin patch, country store, and cafe. Don’t forget to visit the corral and say hello to the farm’s goat and a variety of other animals. The apple doughnuts and other tasty treats made on-site are mouth-watering.
As you can see, there’s so much to discover and explore in Hendersonville. Take some time and explore these attractions and more. That way, you can lure new renters with your honest excitement about the desirability of this North Carolina mountain town.
Contact our experienced team today and let us help you craft an effective property listing for your Hendersonville rental home.