Thank you for your interest in our beautiful community. Those of us lucky enough to reside here know and enjoy the beauty of our community. We welcome your discovery.
Linville Falls Mountain Club is 210 acres of forest set along the Catawba River. The mountain community borders the Pisgah National Forest with picturesque views of the Lee Trevino inspired golf course and the surrounding Blue Ridge mountains. The Inn at Linville Falls, located at our front entrance, provides a unique mountain inn experience to those visiting our community.
We are centrally located among all that western North Carolina has to offer. We are nestled at the foot of Linville Falls at the upper end of North Cove. Our community offers easy access to some of the most beautiful recreation and wilderness areas – the Linville Gorge, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Grandfather Mountain, and Lake James State Park. From wineries to Alpaca farms to ski slopes to mountain festivals, the area is always entertaining. And when you are ready to just stay home, our homesites offer beautiful views on quite streets.
When you make your decision to build or buy here, we help make the process easy for you. We have onsite personnel who will guide you through the process, answer all your questions, and provide contractor referrals. Our community is a self-contained community with our own private roads, underground electrical, water, stormwater, and sewer systems. Our board members oversee the upkeep of these systems in a cost-efficient manner and develops plans to ensure the long-term dependability of these utilities.
Come visit us. We look forward to meeting you.
Nancy Ellen Mick, LFPOA President
John Szweda and his wife moved to Linville Falls Mountain Club after growing up in northern Illinois. They were attracted to the warmer temperatures and beautiful mountains in the area. The proximity to the eclectic city of Asheville and numerous hiking trails makes this location ideal for adventurers.
The winters are easy and the summers are gorgeous. This community offers a private water system and roads that are easy and accessible, even in the middle of winter. John is an active member of the community and interested in welcoming new community members.
My wife Marianne and I moved to Linville Falls about 2 years ago. We had spent many years trying to decide where we wanted to be. We had lived in Western North Carolina and knew we wanted to stay in these magnificent mountains but had a hard time pinning down exactly where our forever home was going to be.
We wanted beautiful natural scenery. We wanted a tight-knit friendly atmosphere. We wanted to be close to modern convenience but avoid some of the hassles. We wanted to be absorbed in an outdoors, active, vibrant lifestyle. Linville Falls Mountain Club. All boxes checked. Our search was over. I am currently involved with our Board in the administration of our water and wastewater systems. We are very happy with both the lifestyle we have found and the direction and involvement of the community.
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 as an Environmental, Health and Safety Manager and Director for Hercules Inc. and Ashland, Inc. She currently works part-time as a Remediation Site Manager. Nancy serves as the Property Owner’s Roads and Infrastructure Planner. Nancy loves the natural beauty of LFMC including the beautiful Catawba River and the scenic Pisgah Forest. She enjoys hiking the many nearby trials in the Linville Gorge Wilderness and Blue Ridge Mountains.
My wife, Martha and I have been property owners in Linville Falls Mountain Club since 1999. I have served this beautiful community as a POA board member and also as president over the Village By the Green Association, which is a community of townhomes and condos on the golf course.
In the last few years we have been on a very positive path in our community. Our roads have been improved, new homes have been built, new property owners have settled here, a viable business plan for the Inn has been established, and our developer has a plan for the future that focuses on growth and the vitality of the community.
Our POA Board of Directors and Declarant is guided by CCRs and By Laws, a set of rules guided by the North Carolina Planned Community Act. With proactive community involvement, this system works.
The purpose of the proposed CCR changes is to conform to NC Law, establish a budget-based financial system resulting in adequate reserves to maintain the infrastructure and making our community attractive for growth in the future.
I encourage the property owners to support this plan the POA Board of Directors have recommended to be voted on at our annual meeting in November, 2019.