Wildcat Cliffs Country Club

Nestled at the base of the north face of Whiteside Mountain, Wildcat Cliffs Country Club was built to accommodate those with both discerning taste and a love of the natural splendor found on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Situated between the resort villages of Cashiers and Highlands, Wildcat Cliffs has a wide variety of activities and amenities to keep residents entertained within the gates of this private membership club. Built on the highest elevation of the Plateau and designed by noted golf course architect George W. Cobb, the Wildcat Cliffs Golf Course offers plenty of challenges, as well as incredible views. The beautiful regulation-size croquet court offers another enjoyable option for casual or competitive outdoor play.

Central to the community, the 21,000 square foot clubhouse features a fabulous dining room with cathedral ceilings, lounge and bar area, outdoor terrace overlooking the putting green and pro golf shop. Other amenities include an indoor pool kept at a comfortable 84 degrees, a 12-foot-wide stacked stone hot tub strategically placed next to a roaring fire in the cooler months, a fully staffed and equipped Fitness and Activity Center, a lakeside pavilion and picnic area, three Har-Tru tennis courts, and the exclusive Glenville Lake Club.

Wildcat Cliffs provides a family-friendly environment to all of its residents and promotes camaraderie amongst its Club members. It is everything a country club should be – "a club based on personal relationships and shared affinities."


The Birches at Wildcat Cliffs Country Club

The free-standing and multi-family condos in The Birches were designed in the same fashion as the homes at Old Highlands Park, with the same architectural integrity. Located within the security of Wildcat Cliffs Country Club, The Birches offers residents access to great hiking, a state of the art fitness center and an indoor lap pool. The immaculate landscaping, accentuated by The Birches' placement in the lush forest midway between Highlands and Cashiers, gives homeowners a sense of seclusion and peace.