The Cliffs at Walnut Cove in Arden, NC
This community has a championship golf course surrounded by single-family homes and townhomes.
Nature lovers will be able to spend hours hiking on trails where they can see creeks, waterfalls and fields of wildflowers. Tennis courts with lights enable people to play during the day and at night. Those who want to exercise will find a variety of things to do at the wellness center.
The center has a fitness room, an aerobics studio, a lap pool and a swimming pool. People who want to relax after working out can visit the spa or spend time in the hot tub. Residents of The Cliffs can enjoy lunch at The Tavern in the Club Village.
Prospective homeowners who want a large home with extra features may be interested in a five-bedroom house with an elevator and a theater room. This house has wood floors, fireplaces and outdoor patios. It has 7,798 square feet of space.
People who want a smaller home can buy a four-bedroom townhome that has 3,282 feet of space. This home has three bedrooms, fireplaces and large closets. Some houses in the The Cliffs are on several acres. Others are close to streams.
Arden Public Schools
The public schools in Arden are part of the Roberson District of the Buncombe County Schools. The elementary schools in Arden are Avery’s Creek and Glen Arden. Valley Springs is the middle school in Arden, and Arden high school students attend T.C. Roberson High in Asheville. The University of North Carolina campus in Asheville is approximately 11 miles from Arden.
Residents of The Cliffs who work in Asheville can take Asheville Redefines Transit buses from Arden to Asheville. People who are traveling out of the area can fly directly from Asheville Regional Airport to New York, Chicago and Orlando.
Recreational activities in the Pisgah National Forest include hiking, climbing and fishing. The forest has campsites and trails for horseback riding. People who enjoy the water can go swimming, tubing and boating in the lakes and rivers in the forest.
People who are interested in a scenic drive can take a trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are scenic overlooks and picnic areas along the road. Residents of The Cliffs can also enjoy nature at the North Carolina Arboretum. The arboretum has 10 miles of trails and 65 acres of gardens.
Visitors to the WNC Nature Center can see more than 60 species of animals from the Appalachian region. Wolves, cougars and bobcats are some of these animals. History lovers can visit the Smith-McDowell House Museum and Biltmore. These houses were built in the 19th century.