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401 MOONBEAM CROSSING MARSHALL NC 28753 AND FRENCH BROAD CROSSING

Nestled along the serene banks of the majestic French Broad River, French Broad Crossing beckons with its Southern charm and captivating natural allure. Just a stone's throw away from the vibrant heart of Asheville, North Carolina, this idyllic community offers a lifestyle that seamlessly blends luxury, conservation, and outdoor adventure.

When you step into French Broad Crossing, you're transported into a world where time seems to stand still. Here, amidst acres of pristine wilderness and carefully preserved land, residents find solace in the embrace of nature. Each lot site was carefully selected for its expansive views and harmonious integration with the surrounding landscape, the community exudes a sense of exclusivity and tranquility.

At the heart of French Broad Crossing lies a wealth of amenities designed to elevate everyday living to new heights. From the rustic elegance of the River Lodge, where residents can gather to bask in the beauty of the river below, to the state-of-the-art Wellness Facility & Outdoor Pool, there's no shortage of ways to unwind and rejuvenate. For families seeking adventure, the Riverfront Family Park & Pavilion offers the perfect backdrop for fly fishing or simply soaking in the natural splendor.

The true star of French Broad Crossing is the river and land itself. Enveloped by the rolling hills of Western North Carolina and embraced by the timeless beauty of the French Broad River, this community is a sanctuary for those who crave a connection to the land. With much of the area permanently preserved through conservation efforts, residents can rest assured that their piece of paradise will remain untouched for generations to come.

Living at French Broad Crossing isn't just about finding a home – it's about discovering a way of life. Whether you're unwinding on the veranda of the River Lodge, exploring the hidden treasures of the masterfully crafted Tree House, or simply taking in the breathtaking vistas from your own backyard, every moment here is infused with the magic of the mountains and the river.

PRESERVING PARADISE: THE STORY OF FRENCH BROAD CROSSING

As you step onto the sprawling grounds of French Broad Crossing, a sense of reverence washes over you. It's not just the crisp mountain air or the soothing melody of the nearby river; it's the realization that you're standing on something truly extraordinary. Since its inception in 2014, French Broad Crossing has been on a mission to protect and preserve the precious land it calls home.

Over 750 acres of this breathtaking landscape have been carefully entrusted to the guardianship of conservation easements. These legally binding agreements ensure that this pristine fusion of mountains and river will remain untouched by the hands of future development. "From day one, our focus has been on safeguarding this remarkable piece of land," explains David Brannon, Landscape Architect at French Broad Crossing. "It's not just for us – it's for generations to come."

By placing land under conservation easements, French Broad Crossing is safeguarding its "ecological value" for the long haul. This means that harmful or unnecessary development is off the table, allowing the natural ecosystem to thrive undisturbed. The core of this conservation effort is centered around the protection of the French Broad River and its surrounding habitat, ensuring that this vital lifeline remains pristine for all time.

At French Broad Crossing, conservation isn't just a buzzword – it's a way of life. It's a commitment to preserving the very essence of what makes this place so special: the untouched beauty of the mountains, the untamed majesty of the river, and the promise of a brighter future for generations to come. Join us in our mission to protect paradise – because some treasures are simply too precious to lose.

UTILITIES AND CONNECTIONS

Just because you are in the mountains doesn’t mean you have to disconnect from the world (unless you want to).  FBC offers lightning-fast connectivity through fiber-optic service.  Several mobile phone providers pick up inside the community.  Homes have well water, septic systems, propane, and fiber optic internet connective options.

SOCIAL LIFE

The community has a good mix of full and part-time residents.  This allows for numerous community activities which include:

  • 3rd Friday Mixers at the Lodge
  • Sweetheart Party
  • Beer & Wine Tastings
  • Potluck Dinners
  • 4th of July Barbecue
  • Pig Roast
  • Summer Solstice Party
  • Fall Preserve Party
  • New Year’s Eve Celebration
  • Community Workdays
  • Whiskey Society
  • Photography Club
  • Book Club
  • Nature Walks
  • Stargazing
  • Wild Food Stroll
  • Cooking Classes
  • Woodworking Club
  • Madison County History
    and Heritage Events
  • Saturday Hikes
  • Personal Trainer
    Program
  • Yoga
  • Biking
  • Kayaking
  • Rafting