Reynolds Mountain Communities are three distinct but connected communities: Reynolds Mountain, with serene mountain landscapes and magnificent views, Reynolds Village offering urban living in its highest form, and Reynolds Park, a recreation enthusiast’s dream-come-true. Residents will soon enjoy pedestrian access to all three communities, and Reynolds Park will feature the largest free public park in Western North Carolina. The development and sales team is comprised of industry experts, committed to the highest quality construction and excellence in all aspects of client service. For more information, stop by the new Visitor Center at the entrance of Reynolds Village.
Reynolds Mountain is the perfect place to start and finish your search for a new home: native mountain landscaping, 30 acres of permanent nature preserve, plenty of green space and your choice of lot/home packages, land for your custom home, condos and town homes are only a few of the amenities. Reynolds Mountain offers high-end real estate that is literally minutes from the cultural richness of Downtown Asheville. Around the corner, residents can join the renowned Country Club of Asheville, shop at a gourmet grocery store, hike the nature trails of Beaver Lake or sip coffee at one of several cafés. Many of homes have magnificent views and the luxurious finishes impress even the most discriminating designers.
Home Sizes and Prices
The Park is a fairly standard development of condominiums within a 160-acre area of green space. Trails, Beaver Brook and the French Broad River run through it. The Village aims for intimacy with small parks and 250 urban-style lofts, courtyard homes and Main Street-style homes with porches. The Mountain offers town homes from 2,900 to 3,600 square feet, villas ranging from 2,900 to 4,900 square feet, and custom home lots.
Preconstruction orders give you custom touches and the best prices. In addition, some town homes and single-family estates are ready for occupancy. Condominiums in the village range from $450,000 to $890,000. Townhouses on the Mountain cost from $900,000 to $1,500,000. A single-family home in the Mountain’s gated Preserve will set you back $1,174,000 for almost 4,000 square feet on a half-acre to $1,700,000 for 4449 square feet on 0.7 acres. Home-sites between 0.5 and 3.5 acres cost $319,000 to $995,000.
Information on the Local Area
Reynolds Mountain is three miles from the cultural richness of downtown Asheville. The City of Asheville is the largest city in western North Carolina and acts as the regional hub for business, health and human services, the arts and other cultural and practical activities. The North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement (NCCCR), part of the University of North Carolina at Asheville, works toward an age-integrated society by promoting lifelong learning, leadership and community service opportunities for retirement-aged individuals. [visit website]