The idea of living on a mountain lake so close to Asheville is a rare and precious opportunity.
With art, architecture, street theater, and cafés of downtown Asheville just minutes away, Biltmore Lake offers the balance of a serene and beautiful mountain retreat. 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. Meanwhile, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Pisgah National Forest and the French Broad River, all close at hand.
Biltmore Lake’s many neighborhoods connect seamlessly by way of streets, sidewalks, trails, and common areas, making chance encounters with neighbors and friends all the more likely. Biltmore Lake offers homes with woven-in efficiencies that support active lifestyles of wellness and discovery.
At Biltmore Lake, sustainable design has many dimensions, including environmental, social, and economic. The Biltmore Lake Community Association works tirelessly behind the scenes on behalf of residents. The Association’s responsibilities include the following: Maintenance of the lake, trails, recreational amenities, and landscaping - Community budget management - Weekly trash pickup and recycling - Community security patrols - Design Review Committee coordination
In addition, the Biltmore Lake Community Association’s Lifestyle Director coordinates a wide variety of activities for residents from clubs and lectures to live concerts throughout the year. Activities appeal to all ages and lifestyles. Wellness, woven into Biltmore Lake’s design, is an inherent aspect of quality of life. Access to top-tier medical and recreational facilities ensures a path to both peace of mind and sustained good health. A carefully designed network of trails encourages walking, running and biking throughout the neighborhood. Basketball and tennis courts invite players at all skill levels. And the community’s centerpiece lake inspires multiple opportunities to get out on the water. Reflecting the seasons of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains in its waters, the planned lake community’s centerpiece 62-acre lake and its shoreline trail system beckons boaters and fishermen, joggers and strollers.