Balsam Mountain Preserve opportunity for Investor

9 properties offered at an unbelievable price, please view complete 3rd party listing at BMP properties. These properties are on the east side of property very close to newly enlarged conservation land and sit at elevations of 3,700 feet and above. Balsam Mountain Preserve is situated between Waynesville & Sylva which are charming mountain towns.

Balsam Mountain Preserve is a very low density private Club community in the western North Carolina mountains, just 40 minutes from downtown Asheville. Balsam Mountain Preserve offers a concept rarely found in today’s homogenized, digitized world – a true sense of place. Neighbors here will make you thankful that you call this home.

Homes are designed in a very authentic and concious way so as not to upset this mountain environment.

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This community was created with a commitment to preserve its natural surroundings, over 3,400 acres, or nearly 75% of the community are placed in a permanent conservation easement, ensuring it will never be developed and will always remain for future generations in its present park-like state.

 

 

 

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About Balsam Mountain Preserve

Balsam Mountain Preserve: the lowest density community in Western North Carolina. Offering a very unique concept rarely found in today's homogenized, digitized world - a true sense of place. It is truly a blessing to wake each day and hear only the birds chirping or water rushing in a creek. The quiet is something that brings peace to life and allows the spirit to soar. Call Barbara Matzick, GRI, ABR, to learn more @ 828-713-5238
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