A restored 1920s farmhouse serves as the community center where residents gather and guests stay overnight. Horse owners have access to a 16-stall barn, a dressage arena, and 28 rolling acres of horse pasture. Community walking, biking, and horseback riding trails lead to more than 500 miles of trails within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Park and surrounding National Forest also offer trout fishing streams, whitewater rafting, boating, off road biking, and more.
Homes and homesites are surrounded by long-range views of the Smoky Mountains. More than 80 percent of the land in Swain County is occupied by National Forest and National Park. The region’s mild climate makes the mountain lifestyle enjoyable year-round. The cultural attractions, shopping, and entertainment of Asheville are within a one-hour drive. Request More Information now!