The Cliffs

ASHEVILLE AND THE ARTS

Discover the Delicious Life Eclectic

Thriving Asheville is a renowned destination the arts, from the culinary arts to fine art to architecture and more. It’s home to innovative chefs and brewers; to acclaimed painters, sculptors and jewelers; and to spectacular natural scenery and a temperate climate.

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Today’s Agenda:

The Arts and the Outdoors, or to Drink and Dine?

Well-fed and thirst quenched, immerse yourself in Asheville’s arts at more than a dozen museums, or visit what is perhaps Asheville’s most famous destination: Biltmore, the sprawling 250-room, 19th century estate of George and Edith Vanderbilt. The iconic Blue Ridge Parkway beckons visitors and residents alike to explore the great outdoors in four beautiful, temperate seasons.

TOP RANKED

Healthcare & Education

Asheville is recognized for nationally-ranked healthcare and continuing educational opportunities through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of North Carolina Asheville. The Asheville Regional Airport is just 15 minutes from The Cliffs at Walnut Cove, and the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is only 45 minutes farther.

Noteworthy

ASHEVILLE
ACCOLADES

The Most Beautiful Towns in America, Conde Nast Traveler
Best in the US to Visit in 2017, Lonely Planet
One of The Best 30 Small Cities in America, Conde Nast Traveler
One of the World’s Best Cities, Travel + Leisure
One of the Tastiest Towns in the South, Southern Living
One of the Friendliest Cities in the US, Conde Nast Traveler
The Most Beautiful Place in America, Good Morning America
One of the Best Places for Second Homes, Barron’s
One of 10 Small Cities with World-Class Food Scenes, Thrilist
One of America’s Best New Cities for Beer Lovers, Fortune

PICTURE PERFECT

“Asheville is a jewel of a place that just invites people in. I came for a vacation and I didn’t want to leave – it’s something you hear visitors say all the time, and absolutely true. As an artist, I wanted people to see my work. I needed them to see it, and I needed to be in a place where it would be accessible. So I took studio space in Asheville’s River Arts District along the banks of the French Broad River. It’s a regular haunt for locals and a must-see destination for visitors from all over the world. There are more than 185 working artists and craftsmen in 25 old industrial buildings. I felt right at home”

Julia Fosson
Member, The Cliffs at Walnut Cove

Seven Communities. Three Regions. One Way of Life.