We are currently working with customers looking for homes in Sarasota, Savannah, Charleston, the Low Country of South Carolina, Wilmington, NC, and other locations.  If you would like our personalized recommendations of which golf communities in the Southern U.S. best match your criteria, please fill out our Golf Home Questionnaire by clicking on the advertisement at the top of the left hand column below...
   |   
Text Size

Beech Mountain

Beech Mountain, located in the upper elevations of western North Carolina, is much more than a golf community.  For starters, it is a resort wrapped in a golf community inside a municipality (although without stoplights and with walking trails instead of sidewalks).  Since 1981, the Beech Mountain Club has operated without any financial stress, and today it operates without any long-term debt. Club membership costs are about as low as we’ve seen; dues are just $150 per month for social membership and less than $300 per month for full golf membership for a couple.  (Initiation fee depends on whether the home you purchase includes a membership, in which case a “transfer fee” is just $2,500.)  Beech Mountain has something almost literally for everyone who prefers a mountain setting.  From May to late October, the Willard Byrd designed golf course is filled with those who appreciate the extra distance they gain on their shots in thinner air; Beech Mountain’s golf course plays at close to the highest altitude of any layout east of the Rocky Mountains.  That same elevation turns Beech Mountain into a skiing mecca in the winter months.  Other amenities in the community are almost too numerous to mention, but they include bocce courts, clay tennis courts, an active pickleball program; a fully outfitted fitness center; summer camps for kids and grandkids; and an expansive outdoor pool complex with splash fountain.  The Beech Mountain Club features two campuses: The golf campus and the tennis/recreation campus.  With reasonably priced real estate and an active house rental program, those who live in places like Florida will enjoy summer temperatures that rarely pass beyond 79 degrees and the ability to rent their mountain home in the wintertime.  (So confident is Beech Mountain in their cool summer temperatures that they offer a guarantee -- "Summer of 79" -- to those looking to play cool golf.)  Those who both ski and play golf will find themselves that much closer to heaven.

Map

Reviews

The Scoop on Beech Mountain Coming Soon

Nearby

Beech Mountain its own town, with restaurants, shops, craft brewery

Banner Elk town center 7 miles 

Emerald Outback 8-Mile Trail Park (on-site)

Grandfather Mountain 13 miles

Beech Mountain At A Glance

Location

7 miles to Banner Elk center
13 miles to Grandfather Mountain Golf & CC
Less than 2 hours to Asheville

Golf

18 holes by Willard Byrd (1969)
Elevation 4,200 to 4,700 feet
Gold (back) tees 6,221 yards, rating 69.4, slope 128

Real Estate

Condos/townhouses from $30,000
Single-family homes from $140,000
Lots from $9,000

Jim Brooks

Jim Brooks

Jim Brooks has been involved with the Beech Mountain community ever since its inception in the late 1960s.  The Greensboro, NC, native managed an inn for a year right after he was graduated from college before signing on to sell property for Beech Mountain’s original developer.  Jim later formed Beechwood Realty and has been a leading agent in the community ever since, earning the High Country's first Realtor of the Year award. He is also a recent recipient of the High Country Association of Realtors "Outstanding Community Service Award” for his work as a founding member of the local fire department, Director of the local Chamber of Commerce and the many community committees and boards on which he serves.  His knowledge of Beech Mountain is as deep as anyone’s, a wonderful asset for customers to tap during a tour of the area.

Golf Communities Nearby « Champion Hills
Submit to DeliciousSubmit to DiggSubmit to FacebookSubmit to Google PlusSubmit to StumbleuponSubmit to TechnoratiSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn