Preserving land. Preserving life.
This land is magical. These ancient Blue Ridge Mountains have been around for more than a billion years, making them amongst the oldest ranges in the world. They sustain life for countless flora and fauna indigenous to Western North Carolina. And they are the home for Preserve Communities—a home we intend to preserve in its […]Read More
Where Conservation Is a Way of Life
Dozens of communities in Western North Carolina serve themselves up as Nature Preserves. They may put a small parcel of land—10% or less, typically—in conservation and then tout their commitment to responsible development. Preserve Communities is different. They are wholly committed to true conservation at both of their communities: The Preserve at Little Pine (LP) and French Broad Crossing (FBC). Over half the land in Little Pine and one-third of the land in French Broad Crossing is held in trust by Southeast Regional Land Conservancy.Read More
A Natural Paradise Meets Cultural Sophistication
At Preserve Communities, we don’t believe in compromise. We think you should have it all: nature in all its unspoiled glory, yet just 30 minutes from the dining, shopping, and entertainment of Asheville, North Carolina.Read More
Homeowners Value Preserved Natural Settings Over Golf Courses
An increasingly large number of high-end real estate developments now have large conservation tracts as the main draw or amenity. The reason is surprisingly simple. That’s what homeowners want. They don’t want golf. They don’t want excessive club fees and the attendant headaches. They want nature in all its glory.Read More