George W. Vanderbilt could have constructed America’s largest private
residence anywhere. But upon seeing what he described as the most
beautiful place in the world, he decided to build the Biltmore Estate in
the North Carolina Mountains. Nestled within these mountains, Asheville
is a city with both a rich history and a vibrant present. Literary
greats Thomas Wolfe, Carl Sandburg and O. Henry all called Asheville
home. Thomas Edison, Franklin Roosevelt and Henry Ford were among the
many notable visitors.
Today, the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains attracts visitors. And the
thriving arts community, upscale dining, excellent schools and
world-class healthcare turn visitors into residents.
Just seven minutes away, Versant grows on the same fertile ground. Close
enough to share in all that Asheville has to offer. Yet far enough away
to be a private escape from daily life.
Estate: Homes will be constructed to
blend with, not intrude upon, the land. After all, that is what inspired
Versant. You can work with your own architect. Each home will be unique but designed to complement the
form and color of the natural landscape.
The density of greenery and ample home sites guarantee that each
estate is enveloped in privacy.
Available options for Single-Family Home Sites:
• Panoramic Long-Range Views
• Forest Views
• Long-Range Views
• Creekside Views
Versant itself is grand. But
it is also part of something even greater.