Balsam Mountain Preserve, A premier mountain community in Western North Carolina


Balsam Mountain Preserve is a community which offers a rich lifestyle; not snobby, but rich in the enjoyment of the natural life. If you have imagined being able to walk from your home to stables where you can pet/or groom horses, this might be a good fit for you. Or, if you like to saddle up and ride out on wide trails which hug creeks and waterfalls, this might be the place for you.

There is a homesite on Lot 10 which is just to left of the stables (in this picture) and also check out our video which shows you exactly how the land would accommodate your dream home or cabin. Balsam Mountain Preserve offers high elevations and a sense of community which will make you feel right at home. And there is no minimum square footage requirement, so if you choose to build a smaller cabin, this could be right for you. A split building envelope would allow for a cabin above the road and your larger home just below. Learn more here.

Oh, if there is a golfer in your family, don’t be concerned because Arnold Palmer created a mountain golf experience which will make him or her the envy of their sphere of influence. Purchase now and be ready to enjoy spring in the mountains of North Carolina. April is a magical month as the flowers sprout up and you can see the greening up of the mountains in the distance.



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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