Mountain living. Uptown lifestyle. Only at Southcliff.
When buying or building a home in Western North Carolina, you typically have to choose between the mountains and Main Street, between a rural or urban lifestyle. Located on the south face of Cedar Cliff Mountain, Southcliff is gently nestled within a natural setting offering panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. At the same time, it’s located just seven miles from the shops, restaurants and the impressive art scene of downtown Asheville. It is a community that offers the serenity of the mountains AND the activity of Main Street. It’s the best of both worlds – right at your doorstep.
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
The Grove Arcade
Blue Ridge Parkway
Biltmore Park Town Square
The NC Arboretum
WNC Farmer's Market
Folk Art Center
Asheville Regional Airport
The Grove Park Inn
UNC AshevilleWith 30 different majors and 3,700 undergraduate students, UNC Asheville is the only dedicated liberal arts institution in the University of North Carolina System. Small class size, award-winning faculty and a nationally acclaimed undergraduate program foster innovation as well as recognition.
Biltmore VillageBuilt in the late 1890’s as a classic planned community at the entrance to the Biltmore Estate, Historic Biltmore Village is one of the South’s most unique shopping environments. Offering a range of independent locally-owned retailers and fine restaurants, Biltmore Village is shopping the way it used to be – relaxed and enjoyable.
Thomas Wolfe AuditoriumThomas Wolfe Auditorium is one of the top indoor entertainment venues in the state of North Carolina. Attracting many of the top names in the entertainment industry, Thomas Wolfe Auditorium provides Asheville with a convenient and elegant venue for great local and national concerts including Broadway shows and the Asheville Symphony Orchestra.
The Grove ArcadeThe Grove Arcade located in the heart of downtown Asheville was built by E.W. Grove, the visionary and creator of the Grove Park Inn. Originally opened in 1929, The Grove Arcade is now a destination featuring boutique shopping and exciting dining in a beloved downtown architectural wonder
Biltmore HouseCompleted in 1895, George Vanderbilt’s 250-room French chateau is a real life wonder. Designed by the celebrated architect Richard Morris Hunt, the home features 34 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, and 65 fireplaces. Stroll acres of formal and informal gardens which contain the formal beauty of Italian Gardens and the breathtaking presence of ancient trees in America’s first managed forest.
Blue Ridge ParkwayThe Blue Ridge Parkway is more than a road – it’s a beautiful journey that entices visitors to explore a 469-mile gateway to America’s rich cultural heritage including Cherokee traditions, music, crafts, agriculture and nature.
Mission HospitalMission Hospital is the state’s sixth largest health system licensed for 730 beds at its two adjoining Asheville campuses. The medical staff has more than 750 physicians representing most specialties and subspecialties with 6,000 employees and 700 volunteers.
Biltmore Park Town SquareHumming with life, this vibrant town center in Asheville is a fresh re-imaging of the Main Streets of the past. Here a short walk connects you to exciting shops, lively restaurants, cafes and gathering spots, spas and health clubs, the Regal Biltmore Grande Stadium 15 movie theater and the luxurious Hilton Asheville as well as national retailers like REI and Barnes & Noble.
The NC ArboretumEach year more than 376,000 visitors experience the Arboretum’s gardens, trails, exhibits, shows and expos, educational programs, demonstrations and lectures for all ages. Amid a 434-acre public garden located adjacent to the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 393, the Arboretum is nestled in one of the most beautiful natural settings in America.
WNC Farmer's MarketThe WNC Farmers Market is conveniently located near downtown Asheville on a 36-acre site with beautiful panoramic views of the mountains and the Biltmore Estate. The market is open year round, seven days a week. Open to the public, the retail area features high quality vegetables, mountain crafts, jams, jellies, preserves, sourwood honey, and dozens of other farm fresh items.
Folk Art CenterThe Folk Art Center is home to the Southern Highland Craft Guild. The center showcases the finest in traditional and contemporary crafts of the Southern Appalachians. In addition to an Eastern National bookstore and Blue Ridge Parkway information desk, the center houses three galleries, a library and Allanstand Craft Shop.
Asheville Regional AirportWith non-stop flights to great destinations in the U.S., plus connecting service to anywhere in the world, flying from Asheville Regional Airport couldn’t be easier or more convenient.
Appalachian TrailThe Appalachian Trail is the longest continuously marked footpath in the world, measuring roughly 2,180 miles in length. The Trail goes through fourteen states along the crests and valleys of the Appalachian mountain range.
The Grove Park InnWith a history of serving guests for over a century, The Omni Grove Park Inn welcomes you with a tradition of Southern hospitality, modern conveniences and an unmatched setting amidst the beauty of Asheville. Visit the unique subterranean spa or play a round of championship golf on our Donald Ross-designed course.
Reverence for the Land
We have great respect for the land on which the community of Southcliff is located. This fact is immediately recognized in the design of our streetscapes, signage and overall architectural style. Each home incorporates a variety of natural elements into its design in order to blend with the setting instead of interrupting it. Southcliff is authentic mountain living, integrated with intentional refinement. Look a little closer and you’ll discover that almost half of the community is designated as preserved green space, so that this natural beauty can endure for generations.
The Southcliff Mountain Top consists of three exclusive neighborhoods.
FOR THOSE WHO PREFER COTTAGE LIVING, STILL CREEK OFFERS A NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE THE HOMES ARE ALL “RIGHT-SIZED.”
The exciting neighborhood of Still Creek is unique because of its exceptional value. The advantages of buying into this community are the versatile home designs, the convenience of little yard maintenance and easy access to amenities such as private hiking trails, family parks, playgrounds and an open-air pavilion. These luxury cottages, which are either a one or two-story design and range in size from 2,684 – 3,006 sq. ft., are perfect for buyers who are looking to downsize from a larger home or want a second home in Asheville.