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Cummings CoveWestern North Carolina
Just beyond downtown Hendersonville, one of the first North Carolina mountain communities combines summit views with spacious valley corridors showcasing the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. Cummings Cove elevations peak at around 3,000 feet allowing residents to feel like they've escaped to the Blue Ridge Mountains, yet property owners are only 8 miles from one of the best mountain towns in North Carolina. Home to delicious restaurants, brand name shopping and quality medical care, buyers searching for Hendersonville North Carolina real estate might want to explore Cummings Cove.
CUMMINGS COVE AMENITIES
- 24 Hour Manned Gated Entrance
- 18 Hole Championship Golf Course designed by Bob Cupp
- Golf Clubhouse with dining
- Sport Complex and Fitness Center
- Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool and Hot Tub
- Two Hydro Tennis Courts
- Community Center
Set among 650 acres, Cummings Cove Golf & Country Club features an award winning Bob Cupp designed golf course which is the centerpiece of one of the areas golf cart retirement communities. In 2006, the golf course won Best Renovation of the Year. The golf clubhouse and pro shop overlooks the course, a casual place to grab lunch or dinner around a crackling fire at the Lake Ridge Restaurant. Property owners are required to join the Cummings Cove golf club although residents have protested it. Hendersonville's weather is conducive to year round golf.
The new Cummings Cove Sports Complex is home to their fitness center, massage rooms, two water-based Hydro tennis courts, one Decoturf tennis court, a heated swimming pool and hot tub. The Social Center is an attractive restored farmhouse located near the Sports Complex. The Social Center is a popular hang out. The center has a library, card rooms and six acres of outdoor picnic areas. Cummings Cove is a friendly Hendersonville North Carolina real estate development with dozens of social clubs who share hobbies, in fund raising efforts and care for each like extended family. The social clubs include book clubs, sewing clubs, Nine, Wine and Dine Club, mystery dinners and seasonal events. About two thirds of the property owners are year round residents.
Approximately 300 Cummings Cove homes have been built to date of the 600 planned at one of the area's North Carolina mountain communities. High speed internet, natural gas, city water, sewer and cable television are underground utilities at Cummings Cove in Hendersonville NC. Whether you desire a low maintenance golf villa, a cottage home or mountain side home at the highest elevation, Cummings Cove home options are affordable. It's easy to scoot around and visit friends in one of the area's golf cart retirement communities.
If you'd prefer to build your dream home, lots for sale at Cummings Cove may be available starting in the mid $60k's. Cummings Cove approved builders include Matthews Custom Homes. There is no time requirement to build giving buyers flexibility. The newest neighborhood is called Hidden Hills at Cummings Cove which has low maintenance homes around 2,000 square feet. These turn-key homes for sale at Cummings Cove are priced from the low $400k's.
Our real estate score for Cummings Cove in Hendersonville North Carolina is 73.
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Built in the mid 1990's by James Cumming, Cummings Cove is an award winning gated North Carolina mountain community in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
In September 2012, fifty five property owners filed a lawsuit against the real estate developer and golf club for mandating club membership. Here's more info: Cummings Cove lawsuit.