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Fox Run Preserve

Step through the gates at Fox Run Preserve and you’ll immediately lose yourself in the lush natural greenery that makes the forests of the Blue Ridge Mountains unique among any in the world. Every inch of this majestic private community was designed to capture the beauty of the mountains and the verdant poplars, oaks and rhododendrons that fill its peaks and valleys.

To ensure that this natural tranquility remains as untouched as possible, only 44 homesites have been planned for the 86 acres of Fox Run Preserve, with a quarter of the total land dedicated to green spaces. The result is a secluded getaway where you can enjoy the full spectacle of nature and the convenience of being just 10 minutes from downtown Hendersonville.

Amenities

The bounty of nature’s beauty is the main attraction here, and every amenity has been designed to take full advantage. Crane Pond offers a community gathering place to fish or simply gather around one of several firepits. For dazzling mountain views, residents head to Skyview Park, central to many of the community’s homesites and offering a clear sky to gaze at the stars and a fire pit for campfire fun. There are also stunning views from the rolling greens of the community lawn, offering the perfect picnic spot.

But to really get in touch with the natural surroundings, residents can take to the 1.54 miles of walking paths, offering gently sloping terrain from which to soak in the serenity of the forest and the inspiring mountain views.

Real Estate

Home and lot packages start in the $300k’s.

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