GlenCove by Old Edwards

GlenCove
An Adventure-wellness Community

On the verdant Highlands-Cashiers plateau of North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, a private adventure-wellness community is emerging with experiences as rich and storied as the land itself. It’s a land where wandering barefoot and carefree is the order of the day, where community gardens are lovingly tended and enjoyed by all, where golf courses are meant to be walked with all ages of friends and family, and where trails lead from verdant valleys into ancient mountains of pure protected forestland.  This land is GlenCove, Old Edwards’ newest multi-generation community where rustic-luxe cottages and ridgeline estate lots are being woven into a backdrop of life’s simplest pleasures. The pristine wooded ridgeline lots border miles of National Forest, affording panoramic mountain views, while the cottages dot the lush, rolling hills of the pedestrian-friendly community in the enchanting Norton area of Cashiers, North Carolina.  

GlenCove’s amenities cater to wellness and adventure seekers and generations of families. The Saddle, a 12-hole, par-3 golf course, was completed in fall 2019, along with Copper Beach Lake and Boathouse. Coming to life now are trout ponds, a wellness center, a community farm with barnyard animals, a heated swimming pool, sports courts, kids’ camps, and a Recreation Barn loaded with bowling, golf simulator lounges, and games for the kid in all of us.  

When you live just around the corner from places like Crescent Moon and Jupiter Lane, you know that something magical happens here. Those who call GlenCove home will experience the true gift of life’s simplicities—walking a country path with no particular aim, feasting on wild blueberries plucked straight from the bushes, and celebrating the day’s end with friends and family around a lakeside firepit under a canopy of endless stars. 

To read more about Old Edwards Inn & Spa, click here.

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