Communities in Bear Lake, North Carolina
Silver Creek Real Estate Group has included below a list of some of Bear Lake's most exciting communities and subdivisions. Whether you're seeking your vacation home or primary residence, you will find a local real estate expert in your Silver Creek broker. Contact us today!
Bear Lake Reserve
Nestled in Western North Carolina's beautiful Tuckasegee Valley along the shoreline of Bear Creek Lake, the community of Bear Lake Reserve is a vacationer's paradise. Bear Lake Reserve marries the concepts of community, luxury, leisure and nature together with amazing results. Whether you're seeking a mountain vacation home or a primary residence, Bear Lake Reserve has many options for the home buyer.
Custom home sites are available on the shores of Bear Creek Lake or tucked away within the ancient forest that surrounds her. The two- to four-bedroom Craftsman-style cottages are offered in a variety of floor plans in a number of neighborhoods throughout the community – ideal for the growing family or empty nesters. The two- and three-bedroom condominiums found at the Mountain Lodge offer awe-inspiring views of the lake and easy access to the Lake Club.
The Lake Club, considered to be the crown jewel of Bear Lake Reserve, includes a lakefront pool, outdoor community hearth, theater room, fitness center, restaurant and tavern. The Bear Lake Golf Club features a 9-hole, par 29 course by Nicklaus Design with sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and valley below. The Amphitheatre at Golden Farm proves a picturesque spot for a wedding or summer concert. Bear Lake's Mill Pond Pavilion is a peaceful outdoor retreat framed by tall white pines, overlooking a mountain stream, trout ponds and the ruins of an old springhouse. Family-friendly Bear Creek Park features open hearths for cooking or telling ghost stories in the firelight, babbling brooks for splashing, and a teepee and tree houses for exploring. There is no shortage of things to do at Bear Lake Reserve, but residents are always welcome to enjoy their time at the lake doing absolutely nothing at all.