Biltmore Lake, NC is a master-planned community located about 10 miles southwest of the city of Ashville. It offers residents a remarkable combination- a community of over 650 homes set in a thousand tranquil mountain acres, located just a few minutes away from a vital and thriving small city and all it has to offer.
Biltmore Lake has a strong community association that provides a number of services for residents. The Biltmore Lake Community Association provides for the maintenance of the community’s hiking trails, the lake and the landscaping. They also provide for trash pickup and recycling as well as security patrols for the community. The association also administrates budget management as well as design review for Biltmore Lake. It organizes a number of activities for residents as well, from classes to concerts to recreational activities.
Real Estate and Schools
Prices of homes in Biltmore Lake range from $345,000 to $1.5 million with an average price of $389,250. Schools in Biltmore Lake include Candler Elementary, Hominy Valley Elementary and Pisgah Elementary. Enka Middle School and Enka High School complete the public schools in the area. The two five-star private and charter schools are Ashville-Pisgah Christian School and Mount Pisgah Academy.
Biltmore Estate is Ashville’s most famous home and most famous attraction. Located on 8000 acres, the castle-like residence was built beginning in 1889 as a home for George Washington Vanderbilt II. It remains the largest privately-owned home in the US with square footage of over 178,000 square feet. It is considered one of the finest examples of gilded-age architecture in the world. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1964 and since that time has become one of the main tourist attractions in North Carolina.
Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway, famous for its expansive and beautiful mountain vistas, is one of the great treasures of the southeastern Appalachians. The Blue Ridge Parkway is a total of 469 miles long and extends from North Carolina to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. It passes through the area of Biltmore Lake on Highway 70.
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