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Grand Highlands

Named “community of the year” by the Asheville Homebuilders Association, Grand Highlands was built to take full advantage of its unique terrain: nearly 300 acres of rolling mountaintop meadows. This natural clearing lets the community soak in the views that come with an elevation just shy of 4,000 feet.

The result is soaring views rolling away from majestic scenery, with pastoral green space and trails winding among the community barn, clubhouse and homes. The saying goes here, “To own is to belong,” and as such Grand Highlands puts a premium on strengthening neighborly bonds with an active social calendar.

Amenities

The aptly named Grand Lodge plays host to a slew of events from large weddings to smaller community get-togethers, with sweeping verandas built to soak in the expansive scenery. Inside you’ll find an exercise room, several game rooms and multiple open areas for neighborly gatherings. Outside, you’ll find a sweeping vista of mountaintops poking up through the clouds that’s best enjoyed from the vast greenspace of the Highland Lawn.

One part owners stable and one part social hub, the Community Barn can often be found hosting a game of cards or a large get together at table just outside. It also serves as a nexus for the many hiking and riding trails that wind throughout the community.

Real Estate

Homesites start in the low $70k’s and run to the low $300k’s. Homes are available starting at $370,000 and up.

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