Located in Black Mountain, North Carolina, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Village of Cheshire combines all the good things in life: fine architectural craftsmanship, the beauty of nature, a thriving community, and a healthy, active lifestyle.
Neighbors find it easy to become a part of Cheshire’s vibrant community. Homes are all within walking distance of the Village Center, where shops, offices, a post office, restaurants and cafes offer a wide range of amenities and activities. Apartment living spaces above the street-level retail suites give the Village Center a European feel with a modern flair.
A traditional neighborhood development, Cheshire’s design centers on the growth of community and attention to the surrounding environment. Cheshire was designed by the award-winning town-planning firm of Duany, Plater-Zyberk & Company, after a week-long charrette, during which creative ideas and input were gathered from Cheshire’s founder, city planners, architects, and the public.
Living Well: It’s in the air
For decades, people from across the nation have traveled to the mountains of Western North Carolina for healing, rejuvenation, and relaxation. Surrounded by the wild beauty of nature, it’s easy to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Cheshire’s 18,000-square-foot Health & Fitness Center offers an indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, cardio and free weight area, health bar, racquetball court, and water therapy spa. Exercise programs, clinics and nutrition courses offered at the Fitness Center.
A Family Tradition: Cheshire Tennis
On the site of the former Western Carolina Tennis Camp, one of the first tennis camps in North America, the Cheshire Racquet Club offers six clay courts and indoor courts, all of which are lit for night play. The full-service Pro Shop and full-time Tennis Director will help you stay at the top of your game. The Racquet Club offers programs for all ages and abilities, and is part of the USTA leagues.
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina near Asheville, Cheshire is easily accessible from Interstate 40 by taking Exit 64 at Black Mountain then proceeding south along Highway #9 (towards Lake Lure) 6/10 of a mile to the Cheshire sign. Turn left to visit the Sales Center.
By Kathleen Blachette