The neighborhood by the lake. With
62 acres of shimmering mountain lake right in the neighborhood, it’s easy to see why so many Biltmore Lake residents are content to stay home on the weekends. In fact, living at Biltmore Lake is like a continuous escape from the world-at-large, a place where being with friends and neighbors preempts, well, pretty much anything else.
The idea of living on a mountain lake so close to one of the South’s most charming small cities falls in the range of rare and precious opportunity. With the art and architecture, street theater and cafés of downtown Asheville just minutes away, Biltmore Lake offers the balance of a serene and beautiful mountain retreat. That impression of beauty and tranquility rings true for first-blush visitor or five-year resident.
Biltmore Lake’s miles of forest and lake trails and access to canoeing, fishing, tennis, and social gatherings sets up an open invitation to enjoy the natural environment.
A short walk along a nearby trail instantly transports a person into all sorts of natural wonders, according to season, and a chance to share those discoveries with friends. Meanwhile, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Pisgah National Forest and the French Broad River, all close at hand, speak to the joy of discovery and to the unforgettable panoramas of the Blue Ridge. In addition, access to close-by schools, colleges, healthcare, and employment opportunities makes Biltmore Lake’s proximity to Asheville practical, convenient and woven with choices.
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