The Cliffs at Walnut Cove

Enjoy tranquil living in a private community setting.

Welcome to The Cliffs at Walnut Cove

A gated country club community set in a cove surrounded by Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway
 
Home of championship golf and country club-living, The Cliffs at Walnut Cove provide exclusive, luxury living within a gated community neighborhood. Inspired by the ageless architecture and beauty of European villages, the homes in Walnut Cove sit on gently rolling land and perched with mountain views. Explore the trails and courses right in your own backyard, and choose a home from a wide selection of Old-World estates, smaller cottages, or luxury townhomes. Once settled, you can enjoy tranquil living in a private community setting.
 

What to Love

  • A perfect blend of mountain living and convenience to south Asheville
  • Private and exclusive upscale living in a welcoming community

Local Lifestyle

Residents of The Cliffs at Walnut Cove indulge in upscale, luxury living. Featuring the Jack Nicklaus signature masterpiece course, the community is a golfer’s paradise. The course offers state-of-the-art facilities and has been nationally recognized as a “Best Residential Course” by Golfweek. Other amenities include an exceptional wellness center offering indoor and outdoor pools, a tennis court, and fitness classes.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

You don’t need to leave the community for a fine dining experience! The Tavern is conveniently located on-site and offers Sunday brunch, lunch, and dinner and provides a special kid’s menu along with a market menu for grocery items. Build your own pizza with the kids, or enjoy a mouthwatering seasonal dinner menu from Joyce Farm’s meats and fresh, locally grown vegetables.
 

Things to Do

Visit the North Carolina Arboretum to explore some of the South’s most diverse plants, wander the educational exhibits, or take a drive along the famous Blue Ridge Parkway, a National Parkway, and All-American Road with some of the most beautiful views in the country. It’s America’s longest linear park, running 429 miles through Virginia and North Carolina, and connects Shenandoah National Park to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 

If you’re looking to explore nature on foot, the Mountains-to-Sea Trail is a North Carolina favorite. From mountain views to rolling farmlands, forests, and sand dunes, this hiking trail runs for 1,175 feet through the Smoky Mountain range to the Outer Banks. Go for a short hike along the diverse trail, or make a plan to hike the whole route!
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