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Discover scenic mountaintop¬†living only¬†20 minutes from Sugar Mountain in this low density gated North Carolina mountain¬†community in the High Country of North Carolina, close¬†to the Blue Ridge Parkway.¬†The waterfalls and rock formations at Headwaters at Banner Elk might¬†take your breath away as you discover them while enjoying 2.5 miles of walking and hiking trails. Fall Creek Falls is Headwater at Banner Elk‚Äôs signature waterfall cascading from gigantic granite boulders commanding your attention just beyond this Banner Elk community.
At an elevation ranging from 3,100 to 3,900 feet, Headwaters at Banner Elk homes¬†have stunning layered mountain views to the south and southwest spreading across the community's 915 acres and beyond. Headwaters is UTV friendly (utility terrain vehicle) and has over 500 acres of exciting off road trails to explore. In addition, Pisgah National Forest and Cherokee National Forest can be accessed directly from Headwaters at Banner Elk. Two spring-fed lakes are located at the base of this gated North Carolina mountain¬†community and are continuously stocked with fish. During the summer months, the largest lake is a swimming lake and has a sandy beach, volleyball court and picnic areas.¬†
Buyer's searching for Banner Elk neighborhoods¬†will¬†appreciate the high quality¬†amenities at Headwaters. This Banner Elk community has one of the finest mountaintop clubhouse‚Äôs we‚Äôve seen in Western North Carolina. The 6,000 square foot clubhouse is equipped with a great room, gourmet kitchen, fitness center, 14 seat movie theatre and wrap around deck to enjoy the magnificent views. At the base of the clubhouse is the community's new tennis court. There are five¬†private¬†parks inside the gates:¬†Fall Creek Falls Park, Lakeside Park which has a timber framed pavilion and an outdoor fireplace overlooking two spring-fed lakes, Stone Creek Park has a fishing pier on the lower lake, Deer Creek Park has two Swiss Family Robinson style tree houses and picnic areas, Sunset Park overlooks the Pisgah National Forest and the new Mac N Tosh Dog Park.¬†
The social calendar is busy year with round¬†events bonding the families together. Headwaters Chef in Residence is DeWayne Sabisch cooking up culinary masterpieces at social¬†events and¬†in home private entertaining. Headwaters at Banner Elk recently opened a new General Store at the base of the mountain, providing convenience and quick access to daily necessities and locally homemade products.¬†Headwaters at Banner Elk is a certified fiber optic community providing high speed internet access and high definition television. Approximately 50 Headwaters at Banner Elk homes have been built to date of the 150 planned. The architecture includes mountain style rustic, arts & craft, post & beam and log home. There is no time requirement to begin construction and you are permitted to choose your own builder. Approved builders include Kidder Construction and Barnett Builders. Homes for sale at Headwaters in Banner Elk begin at $349k, condos at $399k and lots for sale start in the $60k's.
Banner Elk is known for tasty restaurants and for the crazy annual¬†Woolly Worm Festival which takes place in October. This outdoor enthusiast's paradise is close proximity to Grandfather Mountain, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Linville Falls. Best schools in Banner Elk include Freedom Trail Elementary, Cranberry Middle School and Avery County High School. Lees McRae College in Banner Elk is a charming historic college offering degree seeking programs and cultural entertainment, not far from Headwaters. Cannon Memorial Hospital is the closest hospital.
Our real estate score for Headwaters at Banner Elk North Carolina is 83.
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From 2006 to 2010, John and Josephine Hayes lead development of Headwaters at Banner Elk, a gated North Carolina mountain community. In 2010, partners Paul Ashe, Jim Maynard and Charles Pearson took the front seat continuing the development of Headwaters at Banner Elk. According to Headwaters at Banner Elk, the home owners association is self sustaining with property owners now appointed to the board.
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