America's Happiest City - Asheville North Carolina
Asheville, North Carolina (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
Real Estate Scorecard and the gated communities in Asheville, NC are excited about the opportunity to venture out on Thursdays thanks to Sean McLaughlin of Mountain Oak Properties. Sean McLaughlin of Mountain Oak Properties is hosting Sip ‘n Stroll each month at the award winning Flat Rock Playhouse in Hendersonville as way for folks learning about Asheville to enjoy the world class art and culture in the area. On Thursdays from June 12th and July 24th, attendees will experience how much fun mountain life can be as they enjoy a glass of their favorite red or white wine strolling in the Flat Rock Playhouse gardens before seeing the show including the legendary broadway musical of Miss Saigon on July 24th.
While there are plenty of fun things to do in Hendersonville and Asheville, The Flat Rock Playhouse is THE place to be with its classic Broadway shows, rock vocal groups, silent live auctions, comedic performances and much more. Residents living in America’s Happiest City in Asheville gated communities already know this and are glad to welcome visitors to join them for a night on the town.
Mountain Oak Properties is highly involved with the local community thanks to the help of one of the company’s founders, Sean McLaughlin. McLaughlin, a Michigan native, has more than 17 years of real estate experience under his belt. In the past, he managed more than 30 properties at one time. Before becoming a partner at Mountain Oak Properties, McLaughlin built companies that helped home buyers find the perfect place whether it be a single-family home or a small/commercial apartment. He gradually expanded his horizons and moved towards luxury properties. His desire to help people is just as impressive as his sales track record.
This midwestern man generated over $10 million in one year, developed a New Hampshire ski resort and worked in the automotive and healthcare industry before coming to Asheville, North Carolina. McLaughlin is known as one of the top sales representatives in Western North Carolina, a testament to his long list of satisfied clients.
While also a down-to-earth kind man, he enjoys fun things to do in Hendersonville and Asheville, North Carolina like everyone else. His love of the mountain landscapes and passion for developing the high quality communities in Asheville makes him a valued buyer and seller's agent in Western North Carolina.
The community loves their local leaders, but they also love their positive community mentality. Self Magazine named Asheville, North Carolina America’s Happiest City. From adorable cafes to pet-friendly parks, from extravagant art festivals to sweet summer concerts under the stars, Asheville has plenty of activities for the whole family. The sweeping scenic views of the mountains is stunning while the sun sets, and the abundance of wildlife sightings will keep any nature lover occupied. The shops, boutiques and galleries will wow anyone who needs to hang to their city roots. Check out other key points that outline why Asheville is one of the best cities to live in 2014:
More than 1,000,000 acres of preserved forests surround the heart of Asheville
Private and semi-private golf courses
500 restaurants located in Asheville
Named "America's Happiest City"
Voted “America's Best Vegetarian-Friendly Small City”
Three college campuses in the town with adult education courses offered year round
Plenty of historic museums and nature preserves
There are loads of activities and fun things to do in Hendersonville and Asheville. Now everyday can be a fun day – including Thursdays. Sean McLaughlin of Mountain Oak Properties cordially invites everyone to Sip and Stroll the good life at the Flat Rock Playhouse this summer.
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