In the post that follows, HAZY OBERSKI makes an important point about diversity...and not only diversity in terms of architectural styles...but in terms of amenities and neighborhood residents. As an Asheville resident myself, it was so interesting to read about her review of BILTMORE FOREST..."... where one can expect to discover...
critical family-friendly elements, such as community space, connectivity, public arts, and neighborhood parks and green space.
Asheville Luxury Homes can accommodate the diverse needs of families of all sizes and ages. Here in Asheville, a number of “high-end neighborhoods” incorporate many critical family-friendly elements, such as community space, connectivity, public arts, and neighborhood parks and green space. So far in this series, we have looked at The Ramble-Biltmore Forest and Reynolds Mountain.
One of the lovely and mature neighborhoods in the Asheville area is Biltmore Forest. Today, we are going to look at this upscale neighborhood.
Asheville's Biltmore Forest
Both the Ramble at Biltmore Forest and Biltmore Forest are wonderful examples of thoughtful planning. The Town of Biltmore Forest , which is located about 7 minutes from downtown Asheville, NC is dedicated to the protection and preservation of the natural beauty of the area initiated by Frederick Law Olmsted, the famed American landscape architect and designer of George W. Vanderbilt's Biltmore Estate. There are beautiful natural surroundings, attractive parks and picturesque streets throughout this area.
Being a part of a thoughtfully-planned neighborhood, where luxury homes are designed with natural, and energy efficient materials can add up to significant dividends for my clients.