Baby Boomers Loving The Boulders
Date posted: June 12, 2020
IN THE SHORT TIME since it swung open its mountain-inspired iron and wooden gates, The Boulders has attracted a dynamic group of active baby boomers looking for the ideal locale to stage their ‘second act.’ So much so that the gated mountain community is already over 50% sold. Stunning homesites still remain, and in just a few weeks it will debut its creme de la creme neighborhood – The Estates.
“In creating The Boulders, we carefully considered the expectations and needs of the 76 million strong baby boomer market. That meant designing an environment that was a welcome departure to the cookie cutter community, where lots with gorgeous panoramic views and nature provide the backdrop for a lifestyle and mountain dream home that embodies their individuality and style,” states Peter Brower, owner and developer.
The mountains of Western North Carolina have become a draw for those looking for nature, adventure, four mild seasons and access to art, culture and dining and stunning view lots to build their dream home. And the Hendersonville & Asheville area checks all the boxes, ranking high up on endless ‘where to retire’ lists. But finding the right physical location is also a big consideration. How to balance living in the mountains without being remote and having quick and easy access to top medical, culture, art and dining. Situated at the north end of Hendersonville (six minutes to Main Street), and the southern end of Asheville, The Boulders offers the best of all worlds. And with the Blue Ridge Mountains and outdoor adventure in every direction, those eager to trade in city madness for mountain riches are finding the move to be all they dreamed of. Read the full story here.