What is the profile of current Walnut Creek Preserve buyers? Most are middle aged with children launched, in college or approaching college. They have relocated from Georgia, Virginia, California, Texas, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and of course some are locals who embraced this new community with its 50 miles of riding and hiking trails. Most either have horses or intend to have horses and they enjoy trail riding as well as other riding disciplines. All appreciate the opportunity to walk for miles in the beautiful forest without crossing roads. Several have home based businesses that the latest technology allows us to enjoy. In the Walnut Creek Preserve community, although the homes are lovely, the focus is not on the biggest, fanciest house in the neighborhood but rather on fitting comfortably into the environment and enjoying the four seasons out-of-doors life. One owner has completed a Master Naturalist course and uses the Preserve’s botanical wealth to expand her knowledge. Group picnics by the waterfall, shared lessons in natural horsemanship, and walks with our dogs and one another provide fun and camaraderie.
Each site is unique. Each site has its own charms. Each site deserves your attention. Click on homesites in the map above for brief descriptions and photos.
Note: Parcel acreage is approximate and subject to survey.
ALL PARCELS SUBJECT TO COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS
|Parcels Available for Sale|
|1||This 20 acre parcel, with almost 10 open acres planted in pasture grass, offers privacy and yet a sense of openness as you enter the drive and are met by a wide angle southern view of dramatic White Oak Mountain. The home site offers extremely easy access onto Grassy Knob Road and easy building conditions. You can watch your horses in their upper and lower pastures from your home. Your parcel is bordered by woods and surrounded by Beech Trail to the east and North Boundary Trail to the north, west and south, giving you complete access to all of the trails in the Preserve.||$455,000|
|2||When you stand on the gentle hill where your home will be, this 18 acre parcel presents you with a knockout view of Sugarloaf Mountain and Hickory Nut Gorge, with the panorama expanding south to include Wildcat Spur. Come through the Walnut Creek Preserve gate on Blazing Star Lane and your home awaits. You will love living here! With 10 acres of pasture grass which has been planted and maintained for your horses, you can enjoy watching them graze from your windows and have immediate access to the many trails.||$475,000|
|5||If you desire privacy and quiet, this parcel at the end of Blazing Star Lane is your dream site, with 19 beautifully secluded acres totally surrounded by conservation forest directly accessible to 50 miles of private trails. Your building site offers long range mountain views to the north and west as well as a panoramic view of the 8 acre pasture for your horses. A topographical map of the building site has been prepared to help you get started.||$500,000|
|12||Parcel is off of Blanton Road and is under development.||under development|
|14||This 21 acre parcel includes a beautifully designed custom home with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and an open floor plan, plus an unfinished walkout basement you can design to suit your lifestyle. The pastures are planted in grasses suitable for horses and from home and pastures there are long range views of the Southern Appalachian mountains.||$1,100,000|
|16||Off Blanton Road on Walnut Falls Drive, this dramatic parcel has a high home site with expansive views of the western mountains. Surrounded on three sides by woods for privacy and centrally located for an easy jaunt down to the waterfall, the 24-acre parcel has over 11 acres of grass for you and your horses. (Resale) $500,000||$470,000|
|17||Off Blanton Road on Homestead Trail, this homesite is surrounded by conservation land, well protected and private. Homestead Trail at its boundary leads down to Walnut Creek and a bridge across the creek to the southern trails. The parcel is 19 acres with 4.6 acres of grass, filtered summer mountain views and some open winter mountain views.||$375,000|
|21||This lovely 10.85 acre hillside parcel is for those who love seeing horses, may enjoy riding but don’t want to own a horse at this point in their lives. This easy to care for parcel has excellent view of Shumont Mountain and Bill’s Mountain to the north and of Sugarloaf Mountain to the west. Woods surrounding the open area drop to Witch Hazel Trail and invite homeowner and guests to walk and explore the many miles of maintained trails and delightful creeks in Walnut Creek Preserve.||$299,000|
|22||If you have several horses and want plenty of pasture for their happiness, this 21 acre parcel off Blanton Road on Coopers Trace includes 15 acres of grass and several mountain view building sites for house and barn. The pasture is already partially fenced and other Walnut Creek Preserve owners will welcome you as riding companions. Start your trail ride on Yucca Trail and follow Ginger Creek down to Walnut Creek Trail and on to many other trails in the vicinity of this beautiful parcel.||$475,000|
|23||This lovely farm of 20 acres including 8 acres of fenced pasture includes a 2012 Buchanan Construction luxury 3,500 square foot home with a chef’s kitchen, three bedrooms, four baths, a large office and workshop in the lower level, plus geothermal heating. An elevator connects the two floors. The outdoor fireplace overlooks the majestic western mountain views. Your horses have a well designed 2 stall barn with tack and feed rooms, wash stall and half bath that feeds directly to the pastures for easy management.||$1,399,500|
|25||This 21 acre parcel has one of the most level pastures in the Preserve, with over 12 acres of grass on the lower level and a lovely winding drive up to the very private home site above, taking advantage of the expansive mountain view to the west. Easy access from Edgerton Road as well as immediate access to the trails makes this private parcel especially appealing.||$465,000|