things to do with families

French Broad Crossing: A Place to Create Life’s Best Memories

Adventure for the Whole Family Creating Magical Moments at French Broad Crossing Imagine nights by a campfire with your children or grandchildren, sharing your best ghost stories that capture their full attention. Taking them on their first UTV ride across winding mountain trails. Watching their faces light up with wonder as they stargaze up to […]

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Legacy Investment

A Family Legacy, Preserved for Generations

Why Families Choose French Broad Crossing It’s more than a home. It’s a legacy. Sprawling mountain views. An abundance of amenities. A tranquil location that provides refuge from the stressors of everyday life. There’s a myriad of reasons that residents choose French Broad Crossing as their mountain escape. But mostly, they know it’s a chance […]

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French Broad River at Preserve Communities

Preserving land. Preserving life.

This land is magical. These ancient Blue Ridge Mountains have been around for more than a billion years, making them amongst the oldest ranges in the world. They sustain life for countless flora and fauna indigenous to Western North Carolina. And they are the home for Preserve Communities—a home we intend to preserve in its […]

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Mountain Serenade

Mountain Serenade: The Sounds of French Broad Crossing

Need a moment of Zen? Some sound effects to go with your dream of living at French Broad Crossing? Come listen to the ballads of the mountains, calling you home. The crackling of a campfire as the sun sets across the mountains. The whisper of rustling pine as a soft gust of wind brushes through […]

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Extended honeymoon at FBC

One of the best things about Preserve Communities is that they give families the right mix of privacy and community

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Wild Spaces & Dark Skies in an Urban World

For Bernie and Holly Arghiere, the land was everything. Not just any mountain land, mind you, but land that was carefully preserved, had significant elevation, was far removed from urban intrusion, yet within a short drive of Asheville, NC.

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