Discover Tryon: A Quiet Mountain Oasis
Nestled at the base of Tryon Peak in the Southeast Appalachians, the town of Tryon is a quiet yet vibrant resort village that's big on Southern charm. Here, residents can enjoy a thriving equestrian scene and unique cultural destinations, as well as beautiful weather all year-round. Although Tryon feels worlds away from the city, it's only about an hour and a half from Charlotte, an hour from Greenville, and 50 minutes from Asheville.
Whether you're looking to rent a vacation house or find a permanent home in the mountains, you'll fall in love with everything Tryon has to offer. Here's how to live like a local!
In Tryon, you'll find everything from lush estates to cozy cabins in the woods.
Many Tryon residents work locally, but some also commute just 50 minutes to Asheville.
Tryon was named after a former North Carolina governor, and the town grew around the area's budding railway industry.
Tryon's younger residents attend Polk County Schools, which serves 2,212 students in the area.
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Zip Code: 28782
Travel & Commute
Hendersonville: 30 minutes
Asheville: 50 minutes
Major Roads: US-74, US-176, I-26
Downtown Tryon isn't just quaint and charming...it's also filled with fun. Here, you'll uncover a plethora of unique businesses, including boutiques and shops, restaurants, and bars, as well as plenty of art studios and galleries. Don't forget to check out some exciting events, too—locals love the annual Tryon Beer Fest!
Tryon Equestrian Center
The Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) is one of the equestrian community's finest competitive venues. It hosts numerous international-level events, including the World Equestrian Games and the historic Tryon Horse Show. This facility also showcases over 10 arenas, 1,000 permanent stalls, and much more.
Pacolet Scenic Byway
This 10-mile scenic road connects Tryon to nearby Saluda–and it also has some of the best mountain views and trails in Southwestern North Carolina. If you want to plan the perfect day trip, take a ride along the Pacolet Scenic Byway and stop at Pearson's Falls, Pacolet River, and the verdant wildflower fields.
Discover Your Mountain Dream in Tryon
Want to experience the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains for yourself? Then it's time to take a trip or make a move to Tryon. If you're interested in learning more about the area, just give Cielo Real Estate a call. We'd love to show you around and send over a few listings!
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