Incorporated in 1923, Biltmore Forest was one of the first master planned communities in Asheville. The Biltmore Estate sold a portion of land to create it and Biltmore Village, with the caveat that no terraforming of any kind would occur until a complete plan was in place to build the Biltmore Forest community. New construction continues to today in sections of the town, such as The Ramble, but always with a conscientious eye toward preserving woodlands and geographic features.
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Home shoppers will find Colonial, Tudor, Traditional, Chateau, Georgian, French Provincial, and Contemporary style homes, many with a pristine mid-century charm only dreamed of in other areas. Amenities include a gym with yoga studio and saline pool, community space with fireplace and demonstration kitchen, a country club with Donald Ross layout golf course, a staffed gatehouse, and several parks and streams for residents to enjoy.
Biltmore Forest is its own town, and its 1300 or so residents enjoy top-notch services provided by the community, including police, trash, sewer, and tree removal. School choice (including the private Carolina Day School) and access to major employers for families in Biltmore Forest is vast, due to its central location between downtown, South Asheville, and East Asheville; and the same goes for restaurants, recreation, and shopping.