The Estates at The Boulders

The time has come. The waiting is over.

You will be inspired, impressed and excited by the most magnificent views. 

These are our treasured gems.

Only 11 residences will stake their ground on these soils. 

Will yours be one of them?

seeing is believing

Find the perfect lot for your dream home.

The Estates #2

East, south and west are the spectacular views you get from this gem of a homesite. Huge panoramic vistas. Get ready for the best of sunrises and sunsets. 

.60 ACRES | $259,900

The Estates #3

Wide panoramic views to the east south and west make this one of the most precious Estate lots.  Rare opportunity to choose from two building sites.


The Estates #4

The most magnificent west views to Pisgah plus south and east makes this lot at the end of the drive stunning and the most private. Absolutely a winner!


The Estates #5

Look out to southern vistas for an unobstructed panoramic view of Hendersonville and beyond from this corner lot.

.55 ACRES | $249,900

The Estates #6

Build wide and shallow on this corner lot to take best advantage of the terrain and southern mountain views and multi layered vistas to the east.

.60 ACRES | $239,900

The Estates #7

This unique homesite has been site graded to build on an existing pad and go up with a second story above. You’ll get that prized western Pisgah view PLUS east and south.

.62 ACRES | $349,900

The Estates #8

Our most gentle homesite in The Estates, this corner lot makes for an easy daylight basement walkout with views facing east and south to afar. 

.66 ACRES | $299,900

The Estates #9

The awesome western Pisgah mountain views don’t get much better than with this gorgeous lot! You’ll find stunning rock formations next to the homesite that will get your imagination flowing.  

1.58 ACRES | $359,900

The Estates #10

Drive right in to your garage and choose how to orient your home to capture gorgeous south and west layered mountain views. This one gives you options for house siting.


‘In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.’