Silver run Reserve
by Luke Osteen
SIlver Run Reserve, a pristine patch of old mountain pastureland nestled between two mountain ridges, has been divided into five distinct residential offerings spread across nearly 300 acres. That means property owners can revel in the experience of being far from the cares of 21st Century life, while being part of a vibrant, active community.
On the stress-free part of the equation, there are the deep woodland trails snaking through the community, perfect for hiking and discovery.
There’s boating on the gentle lakes that dot the development. You can fish on these stocked lakes, or test your skills on Silver Run Creek, the headwaters of Silver Run Falls, a 25-foot jewel that splashes into a tranquil pool.
If your idea of getting away involves a free-spirited horse, Silver Run Reserve is equestrian-friendly and is laced with designated riding trails.
But this is all balanced with a host of activities available to the entire community – open-air concerts, guided hikes, chef dinners, and visits by food trucks. If your escape from the stresses of the modern world includes participating in a lively community and indulging in the simple pleasure of getting to know your neighbors, well, this is as close to the ideal as you’re going to get in 21st Century America.
All of this takes place within five minutes of the Cashiers Crossroads, and easy access to the extraordinary communities of Cashiers and Highlands and their remarkably rich lineup of restaurants, exclusive shops and boutiques, and cultural events.
If you’d like to know more about this exclusive property and its possibilities, contact Broker/Owner Liz Harris, at (828) 342-3194 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Better yet, visit her at McKee Properties, 619 Highway 107 South in Cashiers, so she can take you to Silver Run Reserve and reveal the splendor of this untrammeled corner of the mountains.