Waynesville, NC (March 29, 2017) - In November of 2016, there were two very notable events that impacted the Sunset Falls at Bald Creek Community in a very positive way. The first is that the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy purchased not only 147 acres of what was to have been Phase II of the community, but also purchased 143 additional acres abutting Sunset Falls – Phase I on its upper eastern border. The acquisition effectively surrounded Sunset Falls on its northern and eastern borders with 290 acres of land that will be conserved and managed in perpetuity by the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy. The combination of hardwood forest and meadow views from Sunset Falls to its north and to its east will now forever be conserved for the enjoyment and peaceful lifestyle of the Sunset Falls residents.
The second notable event was actually triggered by the Conservancy’s acquisition, and that is that the Sunset Falls at Bald Creek Community is now debt-free; the acquisition and development loans have been fully retired with its lending partner, HomeTrust Bank. The common areas have been turned over to the Sunset Falls at Bald Creek Property Owner’s Association and the remaining home sites are free and clear of any mortgages or deeds of trust. Fifteen (15) original developer lots now remain available for purchase, most with spectacular, long-range, layered mountain views to the west and southwest.
Home site prices range from $69,900 to $146,900 with a wide range of lot sizes from 1.55 to 10.43 acres. A handful of resale lots are available and one home resale is also available, a 4-bedroom, 4-1/2 bath residence situated at 4,100 feet in elevation at the top of the mountain with gorgeous long-range mountain views.