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Be a part of the most beloved and storied holiday travel destination in the Southeast with a visit to America’s largest home, Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. On Christmas Eve in 1895,  Eve Vanderbilt opened the doors to the Biltmore House to friends and family for the first time and a visit to this historic home has become a classic holiday destination every year since.

Christmas is an especially spectacular time to enjoy the 250-room family home as it is decked in festive finery. Biltmore’s Banquet Hall tree alone, the largest of the sixty-eight decorated Christmas trees found in the home, has 500 lights, 500 gift-wrapped packages and 500 ornaments on it.  Throughout the rooms millions of twinkling lights, miles of garland and ribbon, glowing fireplaces, inspiring music, and holiday demonstrations all add to the magical feel and set the scene for this special time of year.  This year the house, gardens, and grounds are decorated in an art motif with each tree throughout the house decorated to complement a piece of art found in the room where the tree is placed.  Candlelight Christmas Evening takes the already magnificent house and adds an air of mystery to it as choirs perform the season’s traditional music in the glassed Winter Garden and the front yard is set aglow with a fifty-five foot tree.

Jay & Jewell Kaiser are extremely passionate about real estate. We make it our daily goal to strive to be the very best real estate professionals in the Brevard, and Western North Carolina area. This requires us to be the most informed professionals in our market area… In today’s market, it is so very critical to stay abreast of new technology tools, changing laws and industry rules.

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