Thank you for your interest in our beautiful community. We welcome your discovery. Linville Falls Mountain Club is a self-contained community with our own underground electrical, water and sewer systems. We have appropriately lit private roads and a whole lot more. The unity of mind among the community is important here and the residents appreciate working hand-in-hand with our developer to help make our community a key destination and a better place to live.
Glenn Goldan, and his team took their time to learn who we were and what we can become. His team collaborated with us on a joint vision of an affordable resort community leveraging the Inn and golf course at our front door with a plan to keep our dues structure lower than any other community we know of with similar amenities. We are excited to see the new homes they are building and his partnership with our Golf Course and Inn. We welcome your questions and would love for you to come and have a look around.
Linville Falls Club P.O.A President
Jean Crago and her husband, Dan, retires to Linville Falls Mountain Club after living in WV for 60+ years. With a MA in education from WVU, many of Jean’s working years were spent teaching high school, GED students and industrial partners. In addition, she worked for CPAs preparing income taxes, owned/operated an income tax service for 20 years, enjoyed being a church treasurer for many years and now serves as our Property Owner’s Association Treasurer. Jean has found LFMC to be a spectacular place to enjoy the beauty of God’s glorious mountains. Making wonderful new friends, golfing, watching backyard birds, deer and bears have all enhanced the pleasure of mountain living.
After graduation from Duke University Medical School and Residency, and after 22 years of practice in Internal Medicine, Andy Price moved to medical management as Medicare Part B Medical Director for North Carolina in 1994. Moving to the Piedmont brought him and his wife Marilyn to proximity to the mountains, with which they fell in love. At age 60, Andy took up golf which replaced sailing and sailboat racing hobbies. He and Marilyn bought their house here in 2001. They both say they cannot imagine a prettier place to retire. They have both served on the Board of Directors of the POA at different times throughout the years and Andy currently sits on the board as the Water and Wastewater Management director.
Nancy Mick is a NC native who moved to the Linville Falls Mountain Club because of her love of our beautiful mountains. Nancy holds a chemistry/math degree from Appalachian State University and an MBA degree from Providence College. Nancy’s working career included working as a product development chemist for James River Corporation, as a Regulatory Affairs Specialist for International Paper, and as an Environmental, Health and Safety Manage and Director for Hercules Inc. and Ashland, Inc. She currently works part-time as a Remediation Site Manager. Nancy serves ad the Property Owner’s Roads and Infrastructure Planner. Nancy loves the natural beauty of the LFMC including the beautiful Catawba River and the scenic Pisgah Forest. She enjoys hiking the many nearby trails in the Linville Gorge Wilderness and Blue Ridge Mountains.