“I looked at a lot of mountain communities in Western North Carolina and French Broad Crossing really won me over because of the gorgeous river setting and its proximity to Asheville, Hot Springs, and Marshall. It’s perfect—access to both nature and culture.”
George Engle, French Broad Crossing Homeowner
Natural Hot Springs:
Close to Asheville and Preserve Communities
Hot Springs (originally called Warm Springs) has been an enchanting natural escape for more than 200 years, attracting travelers to its rejuvenative warm mineral springs. The springs are heated to 100° thanks to a volcanic fault line underground. The all-natural hot springs are free of man-made chemicals, and a great source of sulfate of magnesia (for muscles), sulphate of potassium (for your heart), and chloride of potassium (for the nervous system).
Of course, the town of Hot Springs has a lot more to offer than healing waters. It is also the only town that sits directly on the Appalachian trail: it runs along Main Street. It becomes quite active with through-hikers, especially in the spring. There are also a number of quaint restaurants, inns, cafes, coffee houses, and friendly faces in this charming mountain town, once voted the “Best Small Mountain Town from Georgia to West Virginia.”
Come experience Preserve Communities
If you would like to experience Hot Springs and the surrounding Asheville area, as well as learn more about the dynamic lifestyle opportunities at French Broad Crossing and The Preserve at Little Pine, please contact us today at our Sales Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 828-649-9424.