Extending from the majesty of the
Blue Ridge to the Great Smokey Mountains surrounding Asheville and
Hendersonville plateaus Western North Carolina, there are neighborhoods and
planned communities nestled within the high valleys and between the forested
mountains that have been called home by discerning individuals, those who have
come to enjoy the convenience of today's world, but enjoy the surrounding
wonders of nature at their doorstep as well.
Within the Mountains, you can have both!
Here, NC Luxury homes in exclusive mountain communities and Luxurious Homes of
varying styles and architecture can be found amongst the pines and deciduous
groves of mature forests which cover almost every mountain and valley in between.
Nestled within these gentle rolling mountains, streets are generally quieter, more peaceful and
less intrusive than when in the city. Time seems to slow a bit in the warm
but never too hot afternoons in these lands. And when the cooling of dusk
inevitably surrenders the sun behind the horizon, you'll be glad you chose to
live here. And that's a realization that remains with you each day.
Your Asheville North Carolina real estate has a backyard that stretches
into the mountains beyond. Your porch becomes a frequented favorite place
and "thinking room" in the house, as you just watch the glory of the seasons
pass on by...... These are hidden valleys of some of the best of Asheville
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Carolina Mountain Communities: Mountain Communities offer
a flavor of Mountain lifestyle often within planned and semi-planned communities.
A variety of NC Luxury Gated Real Estate, including Luxury Private Gated
Mountain Estates in NC and a vast selection of Luxury Homes, generally
surrounded by wooded forests and active trout streams galore.
Many are nestled up against
and within the mountains, convenient to Shopping, Entertainment, Hospitals and
an unsurpassed medical community, and a gateway to the surrounding mountains and
townships of Asheville and Hendersonville. For a full array of North
Carolina Private Luxury Homes and protected Real Estate within the surrounding
mountains, just call Kathleen Blanchette for immediate help, or email me.
the mean time, just click on the names
below for more information and current listings.
Alexander| Located in Buncombe County, just over 10 miles from Downtown
Asheville, and north of Asheville NC just off Route 251.
Arden| Located in Buncombe County, just 10 miles from Downtown
Asheville, and north of Fletcher NC just off the Cane Creek Road.
Asheville| Located in the heart of Buncombe County as the county seat is the center of Western North Carolina,
the City of
Asheville, voted one of the most happiest places to live in America, attracting retirees from all over the world.
Balsam Mountain Preserve|
One of Jackson County's premiere communities of Luxury Homes, and less than an hours
drive from Asheville is 4400 pristine forested acres of a Gated community in the
Great Smokey Mountains. Only 1400 acres will be used for 350 families on
elevations from 2,600-5,400 feet. Includes an 18-Hole Arnold Palmer Signature
Golf Course, Stable, Sports garden, Private Clubhouse and more! Homesteads range
from $300,000 to $750,000.
Barnardsville| Located in Buncombe County and just northeast of Asheville by 20 miles is the little town of Barnardsville NC.
Bat Cave| Located in east Henderson County, Bat Cave community is just 30 minutes from Asheville, and just a few minutes from Lake Lure.
Bear River Lodge| Madison County's newest gated community, Bear River Lodge, sets the standards of
unspoiled mountain living. Choose from pristine river and view homesites in a
community meticulously crafted from over 750 acres of captivating beautiful
mountain property. Just 25 miles from Asheville, and adjacent to the Pisgah
National Forest and Appalachian Trail, future amenities may include Trail Horseback Riding,
Horse Stables, Archery, Fantastic Trout Fishing, and even Gold Panning! Homes
start from $400,000.
Buncombe County and just 10 minutes from
Asheville is the quaint little mountain town of Black Mountain, nestled right up
into the mountain forests and lore of North Carolina. A small convenient town
with arts and crafts shops, small cafes and the like takes you back to slower
times when people would openly greet you on the sidewalks. Great if not
spectacular mountain vistas surround you from every angle. Homes range from the
$100,000s and upwards.
Blowing Rock, in Watauga County, North Carolina and some 90
miles Northeast from Asheville is the place to escape from it all.
Cooler temperatures, exquisite landscapes, a storybook village, shopping,
hiking, skiing, arts, festivals, attractions and so much more. Come any season
and bring your special someone or your whole family. It's an easy drive now that
Hwy. 321 and Hwy. 421 have been widened to four lanes.
Brevard| In the heart of Transylvania County ("trans" for
"across" and "sylvan" for "woods") is Brevard, North Carolina. Some of the the
states most beautiful waterfalls, streams, and mountain trails await you here.
Pisgah National Forest brings folks to the area from all around the country.
Its the home of many planned developments and the nationally renowned Brevard
Music Center. In Brevard, you are approximately 3 hours from major
metropolitan areas: Charlotte, NC; Knoxville, TN; Atlanta, GA. And you're just
minutes from natural wilderness!
Burnsville| Located in the heart of Yancey County in some of the highest mountains of the Blue Ridge is the growing Burnsville mountain community, offering large tracts of land with many long range views.
Candler| Located in east Buncombe County, just minutes from Asheville, is Candler, a growing and developing east Asheville Community.
Hills| Located in Buncombe County, just 15 miles from Downtown
Asheville, and north of Fletcher NC just off the Cane Creek Road.
Cashiers| On the border of
Jackson County and
Transylvania County is a great
corner of southwestern North Carolina, a green valley 3,500 feet high surrounded
by mountains rising up to 5,000 feet. It's not the foothills, but the southern
crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains. where you hear the thunder of the tallest
waterfall in the Eastern United States... and where, from The Overlook, you see
mountains upon mountains. The pace of life is such that you can do some
things you seldom have time to do. Sit by a rushing creek basking in the warmth
of the sun on your back. Amble along a trail, stopping often to admire a
wildflower or to look up into a tree to find that elusive bird that is singing
to you. Take a leisurely ramble in your car, exploring, finding grand mountain
views, weathered barns, tiny towns that are nothing more than a filling station
and a post office.
Mountain| Just 10 minutes from Brevard NC, in
Transylvania Countyand 20 miles southwest of Hendersonville NC,
and 30 miles SSW of Asheville NC, stands Cedar Mountain in some of the most
pristine forests in the Southern foothills of the Appalachians. Growing in
resort popularity, this area boasts natural wonders and close to the South
Carolina border, approximately an hour away from Greenville. New
developments and planned communities are targeted for this area.
Located in the scenic foothills of the Blue
Ridge Mountains in Rutherford County, the community of Chimney
Rock, just outside of Lake Lure are the ideal locations for folks seeking a
vacation getaway to family oriented environments, small town friendliness, and a
taste of the "old days". Unwind, kick back and enjoy the tranquil mountain
atmosphere and mild climate, play in the beautiful Rocky Broad River, swim in
Lake Lure, take a boat tour ride, visit Chimney Rock Park, picnic in the park or
on the river, stroll the Chimney Rock River Walk or just pull up a chair and
absorb the natural beauty of the area. This area is host to beautiful vacation
rentals, chalets, cabins, bed and breakfasts, and motels. There's plenty of
things to do including numerous specialty shops, antique and collectible shops,
great restaurants, and much much more!
at Glassy East| In the borderlands of North and South Carolina,
and just 30 minutes south from Hendersonville and an hour south
from Asheville, The Cliffs’ first community, The Cliffs at Glassy offers unequaled luxury living in the Carolinas and has set
the bar for all of The Cliffs' communities to follow. Located on the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway, The Cliffs at Glassy
extends 3,500 acres at 3,200 feet above sea level on Glassy Mountain, one of South Carolina’s natural landmarks.
It's just 15 minutes southwest of Hendersonville and 40 minutes
from Asheville NC, while being just 15 minutes from Greenville SC. The Cliffs at Glassy is
situated on the crest of the mountains and directly over the border in South Carolina and offers
unparalleled 50 mile views of the piedmont below. The Cliffs at Glassy golf course, designed
by golf course architect Tom Jackson, opened in 1993. In 1995, Golf Digest named the course
"Fourth Most Scenic In The Nation” behind only Cypress Point, Pebble Beach and Augusta National.
Located atop a 3,000-foot plateau on Glassy Mountain, South Carolina, the views from this South
Carolina golf course are as breathtaking as the impeccably manicured bent grass tees, greens and fairways.
at Valley| In the borderlands of North and South Carolina,
and just 30 minutes south from Hendersonville and an
hour south from Asheville, right next door to the Cliffs at Glassy is the The Cliffs
at Valley, you will find incredible real estate at the southernmost edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains,
and a spectacular canvas of rolling hills, mountain views, and great times spent in an atmosphere of neighborly
friendliness. Nestled in the cradle of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains, The Cliffs Valley offers an ideal
lifestyle – a mountain retreat within minutes of cultural and commercial centers. Introduced in 1994, The Cliffs
Valley was the inspiration for and is the exemplification of The Cliffs Communities’ tagline, “offering more for
your life than anywhere in the nation.” Whether you’re looking for luxury retirement communities, exclusive golf
course living, or an active, outdoor recreational paradise, you’ll find what you’re looking for at The Cliffs Valley.
The Cliffs Valley Golf Course, located in scenic Travelers Rest, SC, opened in 1995.
The 18-hole, par 72 course was designed in the Parkland style by renowned golf course architect Ben Wright.
The facility is surrounded by acres of forest protected by The Nature Conservancy and features a 28,000
square-foot clubhouse with its own gourmet fresh market. The Cliffs Valley Golf Course is Ben Wright’s first golf course design in the United States.
Columbus| Located in the heart of Polk County as the county seat is Columbus, situated at the foot of the Blue
Ridge Mountains of the piedmont's rolling hills; a pastoral setting for those who like to see the mountains up close, but prefer
to live in a "flatter" more gentle topography.
Falls| People buy Real Estate in Western
North Carolina for a variety of reasons, including cool summers, mild winters,
unrivaled natural beauty, lower cost of living, and to get away from crowds. So
it is with residents of Connestee Falls. Connestee Falls is located in the
beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains just six miles southwest of Brevard, NC in
Transylvania County, just 30 minutes outside of Asheville NC.
Connestee Falls was developed in 1971 and presently contains approximately 1200
homes on it's 4000 acres, and incorporates four lakes, many hiking trails with
scenic views, large club house with two restaurants, tennis courts, walking
track, golf course, driving range, bocce courts, heated lap pool, and a fitness
Mountain| In Buncombe County, Crest Mountain is
one of Asheville-Hendersonville’s most special places. Less than five miles from the heart of
downtown, it remains isolated enough to be private and peaceful. The property
itself just might be “the prettiest piece of land in Buncombe County,” but the
breathtaking views are Crest Mountain’s true claim to fame.
What will you do today at Crest Mountain? Will you hike through
the preserved woodlands, or stroll along the community walking trails? Read a
novel beside the waterfall or play a game of tennis? Should you share this
evening’s glorious sunset with guests on your deck, or soak it up privately
beside your outdoor fireplace?
Creston| Located on a ridge with seven sites, just minutes from Asheville and Black
Mountain in Buncombe County, this small community encircles a neighborhood green. Surrounding the
neighborhood is property owned by the Creston Reserve, LLC that will remain
undeveloped. Exit the Cottage area and continue to the first overlook to view
Crooked Creek Valley and the Hickory Nut Mountains to the east. Up the road past
Traditional Sites is Creston Park at the roundabout. To keep the roads and
traffic at a minimum the roadways are designed not as thoroughfares but as
avenues off of the roundabout, each ending in a cul de sac.
Etowah| Located in the western part of Henderson County and just minutes away from Hendersonville is Etowah,
a growing mountain community that occupies the southwestern region of the Asheville-Hendersonville plateau.
Fairview| Located in the southwest Buncombe County and just minutes away from Asheville is the
splendor of Fairview, offering large acreage Luxury
homes, private estates and equestrian estates.
Fletcher| Located in the southof Buncombe County bordering Henderson County, just 30 minutes from
Asheville is the growing community of Fletcher, offering large acreage Luxury
homes, private estates, and small farms.
Rock| Right next door to
Hendersonville, NC in Henderson County is the Village of Flat Rock nestled in the heart of the
Blue Ridge National Heritage Area in Western North Carolina, 22 miles
south of Asheville, NC. Our area, known for its gentle
climate, beautiful scenery, a
richness in culture & history, ample
recreational facilities, and friendly people has been a popular vacation
destination for well over a century.
Franklin| Just southwest of Sylva is Franklin, in Macon County and some 70 miles from Asheville, or just 1.5 hours.
Glenville| Just southeast of Sylva is Glenville, in Jackson County and some 68 miles from Asheville, or approximately 1.5 hours.
Mountain| is located in the
northwestern part of the state, just north of Burnsville in Yancey
County bordering Mitchell County in and just 44 miles NW of Asheville,
also near Roan Mountain, which has the largest, naturally
occurring rhododendron gardens in the world. The nearby town of Bakersville,
which is just a short drive northeast of Green Mountain, is the site of the
North Carolina Rhododendron Festival each June. The North Toe River flows
through the area and the Blue Ridge Parkway is just east of Green Mountain.
Hiking trails abound in the forests and fishing, canoeing, white water rafting,
mountain biking, horseback riding, camping and downhill skiing are just some of
the other outdoor activities from which to choose. The village of Burnsville,
which is just south of Green Mountain, centers on a town square that offers a
variety of unique shops, art galleries and restaurants. The North Carolina Mineral and Gem
Festival, one of the oldest festivals of its’ kind, is held in the neighboring
town of Spruce Pine. There is always something to do or a new discovery to be
made in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, and Green Mountain makes a
central location from which to explore.
Hendersonville| Located just 35 minutes south of Asheville in Hendersonville County
is Asheville's sister city of Hendersonville NC, a quieter city with expanding views of the higher mountains surrounding the city, flanked with a
plethora of active adult private communities, and for those who enjoy a slightly slower pace!
Horse Shoe| Directly south of Asheville & Fletcher is Horse Shoe, in Henderson County and some 25 miles from Downtown Asheville, or approximately 40 minutes.
Springs| Just 35 miles north of Asheville in Madison County
is Hot Springs NC, a small mountain town which epitomizes the NC Mountains. It has
much to offer right here and more within a short drive.
Named for the
hot mineral springs located here which were discovered in 1792, and a famous
resort town since the 1800's, the town is just 40 minutes north of Asheville at
the junction of the Appalachian Trail and the French Broad River. Surrounded by
the Pisgah National Forest, Hot Springs is a haven for those seeking outdoor adventure, relaxation & Healing, romance and family vacation.
Highlands| In Macon County, some 2 hours/85 miles
due WSW from Asheville is the charming community of Highlands which has been a mountain respite for over a century allowing
resort visitors to unwind while being treated to the finest amenities.
Just minutes from Cashiers NC, Highlands has a
world class spa for those who want that special attention. Our accommodations
range from historic inns to quaint bed and breakfasts. For your dining
experience, you may sample various cultural cuisines from over twenty
restaurants including six who have received the coveted
Wine Spectator Award
of Excellence. Nature is never far away with waterfalls, hiking
trails, and varied outdoor adventures awaiting you. You can experience llama
treks to all terrain vehicle tours through the forests. If you prefer something
milder, golf, tennis, swimming, and horseback riding are nearby. If you
are seeking a cultural experience, the Highlands has a live professional theater, chamber
music concerts, an international film festival, and various other venues.
Shopping in Highlands little village will include unique venues offering antiques,
clothing, jewelry, crafts, and a broad range of retail shops. Be warned, many of
Highlands' visitors become residents!
Park| Less that 30 miles south of Asheville, in Henderson
County and just minutes from Hendersonville NC, a traveler fortunate enough to chance upon the picturesque vistas of Western
North Carolina finds that two features make an indelible impression: the
physical splendor of a richly-endowed land, and the genuine friendliness of an
astute and most gracious people. These assets are uniquely manifested in Laurel
Park, North Carolina. A small, mainly residential community rising over a
thousand feet providing lovely panoramas of the surrounding mountain ranges.
The Town lies at the southern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains just west of
Hendersonville, North Carolina, 26 miles south/southeast of Asheville, and 44
miles north/northwest of Spartanburg. The Town's vision: pursue only planned and
deliberate growth; preserving and enhancing our physical infrastructure through
a proactive and long-range public works program; protecting our resources and
values - both property and human - through continued strong zoning regulation
and enforcement, green space preservation, and community policing; and meeting
our goals effectively and efficiently using best management and administrative
practices while ensuring a quality work environment.
Leicester| Located just minutes from Asheville in a northwest suburb is the small farming community
of Leicester which offers many new developments and open acreage.
Switzerland| Just northeast of Asheville right off the Blueridge Parkway is
Little Switzerland, in McDowell County and some 54 miles from Asheville, or approximately 1.1 hours.
Valley| Just west of Asheville and 35 miles/45 minutes, in Haywood County is the Elk
capital of North Carolina, Maggie Valley is just west of Asheville and
central location in the heart of the Smokies makes all the activities in the
mountains within your reach. Adventurers will find rafting, kayaking,
hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding. The Valley is alive year round. The
area offers several challenging golf courses to test your skill. And in the
winter, skiing and snow tubing are king. Cataloochee's famed snow making makes a
white winter assured. Some of the best areas in the country await.
Marion| Located in McDowell County and just 45 minutes away from Asheville is the
mountain community of Marion NC.
Marshall| Just north-northwest of Asheville is Marshall, in Madison County and some 20 miles from Asheville, or approximately 30 minutes.
Mars Hill| Located in the north of Buncombe County and just minutes away from Asheville
with slightly higher elevation topographically is the
small community of Mars Hill, offering expansive mountain view, large acreage Luxury
Spring| Within a 40
minute drive of Asheville, NC, down Interstate 26 in Polk County
and resting within the piedmont and rolling hills at the base of the
Blue Ridge Mountains, lies the horse and rural
community of Mill Spring, a comfortable little town right at the base of the
mountains, on the threshold of the "piedmont" area of Western North Carolina.
Mill Spring encompasses nearby Lake Adger, and is just stones throw from Lake
Lure. It's right next door to its sister town of Tryon, as well, yet
another horse enthusiast community at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains,
offering some rather fantastic Equestrian Estates.
Morganton| Due east of Asheville is Morganton, in Burke County and some 58 miles from Asheville, or approximately 1.0 hours.
Montreat| Within a 20
minute drive of Asheville, NC in Buncombe County, Montreat offers you a time-honored tradition of
friendly, gracious hospitality in a warm and casual setting. Of Montreat’s 4,000 acres, 2500 acres are
dedicated to wilderness and were recently entered into the North Carolina
Registry of Natural Heritage Areas. Montreat has 13 hiking trails, 7 tennis
courts, Robert Lake Park for children, Bill Wilde Youth Center, and Lake Susan
for paddle boating, canoeing and fishing. Montreat Conference Center is one of
three national conference centers affiliated with the
Presbyterian Church (USA),
annually visited by over 35,000 people seeking physical and spiritual renewal in
its beautiful western North Carolina mountains.
Forest| Just minutes north of
Brevard in Transylvania County,
and just 45 minutes SSW of Asheville, the
Pisgah National Forest consists of over half a million acres of forest
surrounding Mt. Pisgah. The beginnings of the Pisgah National Forest occurred
when George Vanderbilt, the grandson of railroad baron, Cornelius Vanderbilt,
assembled property around his growing estate at the confluence of the Swannanoa
and French Broad Rivers in western North Carolina. As he added to his 125,000
acre estate, one of the acquisitions included Mt. Pisgah. The mountain dominates
the Pisgah Ledge, which parallels the French Broad River west of the Biltmore
Estate. This area is
especially noted for easy access to many beautiful waterfalls, wonderful hiking
and camping opportunities, the Cradle of Forestry, and more. The district also
includes the Shining Rock and Middle Prong Wilderness areas.
FYI: Mount Pisgah
was the biblical name for the mountain from which Moses saw the promised land
after 40 years of wandering in the wilderness. Local legend attributes the
naming of Mt. Pisgah to Reverend James Hall, a Scotch-Irish, gun toting, Indian
fighting Presbyterian minister, who accompanied General Griffith Rutherford's
1776 expedition against the Cherokee into western North Carolina. Impressed by
the bountiful French Broad River basin, visible from the mountain, he drew upon
his knowledge of the Bible to name the peak Mt. Pisgah.
Mountain| Just minutes from downtown Asheville in Buncombe
County, and overlooking the historic Grove
Park and Lakeview Park communities, Reynolds Mountain is the premier
development located on the prestigious north side of Asheville. This
pristine 500-acre master planned mountain estate is one of the few areas
in Asheville's immediate surroundings that remains unspoiled and
untouched. The property boasts spectacular views of Asheville's most
acclaimed landmarks, such as the Grove Park Inn, the Country Club of
Asheville's golf course, the still, reflective waters of Beaver Lake,
sunset views of the western Smoky Mountains, and the twinkling city
lights of downtown Asheville. Cultivated in three distinct
neighborhoods—The Mountain, The Village
and The “soon-to-be” Valley—these properties constitute
a place where residents can live intentionally and fully. Almost half of
the property’s 500 acres has been left to nature for the enjoyment of
all who come here. Custom Home prices range slightly below and into
$millions. On the northeast side of the estate, The
Mountain rises more than 3,000 feet above sea level. The diversity
of homes and homesites allows for a wonderful array of pricing to match
everyone wanting to live in such a community.
The Mountain at Reynolds
Mountain| The beauty of its custom homes,
villas and town homes in some 5 distinct neighborhoods, some of which
are Gated, which traverse Reynolds Mountain itself is only magnified by the stunning, sweeping views
of the Western North Carolina mountains and the City of Asheville
offered at every turn. Elevations reach 3000 feet with views that
few can compare.
The Valley at Reynolds
Mountain| Possible future development: On the
estate’s west side, The Valley spreads out over 170 acres, most of which
remains in its natural state with trails throughout. Dotted with
artists’ workshops, condominiums and residences, The Valley is one of
the area’s largest parks—an uncommon amenity in Asheville. Pathways take
you through meadows, woodlands and along the bold waters of Beaver Creek
and up the edge of the gorgeous French Broad River.
The Village at Reynolds
Mountain| Set in the heart of the Reynolds
Mountain 500 acre estate, The Village holds homes, shops, tree-lined
streets, sidewalks, trails—all within a community flourishing in North
Asheville. But more than that, The Village creates spaces to reconnect
with your neighbors, to shop and work where you live, to walk out your
door, to visit an intimate café, or to spend time along the river’s
edge. In essence, it is a place to find balance for your life, to
simplify. The 335 homes in The Village cater to a variety of lifestyles
and are available in a range of designs, sizes and price points—from
convenient urban lofts to brownstones that open onto a shared commons to
gracious porch-homes. All are designed with character and an obvious
delight in every detail. Expert and caring property management allows
villagers to enjoy the freedom of “lock and leave” living.
Sapphire| Located near the border of the
Nantahala National Forest and the Pisgah National Forest in the heart of the
Western North Carolina Mountains, Transylvania County invites you to visit the "Land of the
Waterfalls." With over 250 waterfalls in the area, this is the ideal location
for all nature lovers.
It’s near many of the most scenic attractions in the state, with one of the most
notable being Gorges State Park. Rugged river gorges, waterfalls and sheer rock
walls make up this spectacular park, where the elevation rises 2,000 feet in
only four miles. The elevation, combined with rainfall in excess of 80 inches
per year, creates a temperate rain forest that supports the greatest
concentration of rare and unique species in the eastern U.S. Gorgeous luxurious
homes, condos, waterfront land, lots, view property, lakefront property and
acreage in WNC surrounded on by the Nantahala
National Forest. With an average elevation of over 3,600 feet, these properties
are beautiful and the cool breezes abound. Sapphire Valley, Lake Toxaway
and the surrounding area have lakes, waterfalls and mountain views to offer.
Come visit and experience a lifestyle that you won't soon forget. This
area offers golf courses, county clubs, antique shops, as well as a wide range
of fine dining establishments in nearby Cashiers, Highlands, Sapphire Valley and
Brevard. Sapphire-Toxaway Resort Properties covers all these areas and
Park| In Henderson County, this 145 acre private idyllic gated mountain community is all about solitude
with long range mountain views and only minutes away from Davidson River where
some of the world's finest fly-fishing, kayaking and canoeing is available.
This park-like setting lets you get back to a time when life was simple. It’s
like returning to your favorite childhood summer camp. Only this time, instead
of going home in a few weeks, you’re already home – and the thrills never end. Your home in Somersby Park might be secluded,
but that doesn’t mean you have to live that way. A smorgasbord of shopping,
dining, culture and outdoor recreation is only minutes from your doorstep.
Downtown Hendersonville is only 10 minutes from Somersby Park. Scenic
Brevard and Asheville are both less than 30 minutes away.
Spruce Pine| Northeast of Asheville in the higher elevations of Mitchell County and some 50 miles from Asheville, or approximately 1.4 hours,
is the growing community of Spruce Pine NC.
Swannanoa| Located in the southeast corner of Buncombe County and just minutes away from
downtown Asheville is the river community of Swannanoa, offering the wonders of the mountains and all the
privacy that you desire, but close to the conveniences of town.
Sylva| Due west-southwest of Asheville is Sylva, located in Jackson County and some 50 miles from Asheville, or approximately 1.0 hours.
Creeks|Three Creeks is a mountain community in Rutherford
County, within the eastern
escarpment of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina between Lake Lure and
Old Fort, just 36 miles from Asheville. The 277 acre woodland property lies
within a mountain cove having single access and is defined by natural
topographic boundaries. The natural beauty of the land is complemented by
numerous and varied elevation changes, meadows, springs, tributaries and
prominent waterfalls. Little Cedar, Bailey and Taylor Creeks meander throughout
Tryon| Adjacent to her sister town of Mill Spring in Polk
County is the Equestrian
Community of Tryon, located at the base of the Blue Ridge
Mountains, just off Interstate 26 and only 30 minutes from
Asheville, NC. Tryon's old town setting is quaint and
quite unique, still showing off many of the things that NC towns
are famous for, namely friendliness, neighborliness and a
welcoming atmosphere that comes from people that appreciate the
land and the horses they love to graze on them. Top rated
veterinary horse facilities & hospital are within the town's
limits ensuring the proper care of all your animals.
Waynesville| Welcome to the magic that is Haywood
County! The source of that magic can be as illusive as the mountain fog drifting
through the peaks and valleys, settling first in that cove then on that ridge
before hovering over a body of water. With the Blue Ridge Parkway bordering the
south and the Great Smokies and Pisgah National Forest in the north end of the
county and 18 peaks over 6000 feet in elevation, including Cold Mountain, the
scenery inspires awe and national best sellers. We have that “get away
from it all” small town atmosphere and mountain values, yet metropolitan
advantages are just minutes away in nearby Asheville and Hendersonville.
Weaverville is part of the Asheville, North Carolina metro area,
nestled in the picturesque mountains of Western North Carolina.
Weaverville is conveniently located in the northern section of Buncombe
County just 10 miles north of Asheville and Black Mountain, and is a growing residential community with farms and farm acreage for sale.
New developments of Luxury Homes is on the rise.
Laurel| Just North and minutes away from Asheville in Mars Hill in
Madison County are luxury mountain
homes and estates within the 5,000-acre resort community of Wolf Laurel. The
unspoiled natural beauty of the Cherokee and Pisgah National Forests
surround you with ever-changing mountain views. Wolf Laurel is also a
family oriented ski area with 54 acres of skiable terrain for all abilities. The
snow tubing park has been redesigned with lights for night tubing and a handle
tow installed; no more walking back down the mountain!
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