Living in balance with nature and embracing the land…this is what it means to make your home at Whisper Mountain. Come see our world, and discover a place where humanity and nature thrive in delicate symmetry. Plan your visit to secure your place in the mountains – to find the smartest, greenest forward-thinking community in the Asheville area.

 Whisper Mountain has incorporated heritage building materials, adaptive reuse techniques, and the latest environmentally sensitive building choices. Locally made materials and artifacts from area craftsmen celebrate our unique mountain culture.

Sky Valley Lodge was hand-hewn from 160-year-old hemlock from an old barn and timbers that were harvested from the property, as well as local Madison County stone from nearby Doggett Mountain

Miles of walking paths and hiking trails modeled after National Park pathways take you along meandering creeks, gentle waterfalls, and historic vistas.

Clear your mind and exercise your body at Sky Valley Park, Double Creek Camp, Old Settler’s Park, or Cascade Park

For the adventurous, stay at our historic tent camp. Our luxurious tents are 11×14 with queen sized beds, hand cut bedside tables, camp stoves and lanterns, and conveniently located near the Sky Valley Lodge.

Visit the heart of our community, Sky Valley Lodge, crafted from 160 year old hemlock timbers, fully equipped with an exercise room, sauna, spa, and decks with 30 mile views. Picture camping in our tent camp next to a lovely mountain stream, overlooking hundreds of acres of protected forests and parks with miles of trails.

Davidson Gap, the 2008 Southern Living North Carolina Idea House, is designed by Allison-Ramsey Architects, Inc., of Asheville. The plan and construction of this home artfully demonstrates that green homes can not only be affordable but also magically inviting places to live. While this house is designed to be green (with applications filed for certification to LEED, Energy Star, and North Carolina Healthy Built Home programs), the architects did not sacrifice the traditional and timeless look and feel of this house.

The house is designed to be a mountain family retreat. The open kitchen/living/dining areas take full advantage of views. Expansive and comfortable, this 3,200-sq.-ft.home can easily sleep 12 people.