Sequoyah Woods Brevard NC
Sequoyah Woods Brevard NC. Sequoyah Woods is an established community developed around a pristine 10-acre mountain lake. Located at an elevation of more than 3,000 feet and conveniently located 10 minutes southeast of downtown Brevard, Sequoyah Woods is central to the Dupont State Forest and thousands of acres of protected land. Your new home is steps away from enjoying the arts, hiking the pathways, fishing in our lakes, biking the trails and exploring our marvelous mountains! Community amenities include a magnificent lakeside waterfall and common area along with a canoe launch, dock and entertaining area. The private lake and common areas provide you an opportunity to hone your fishing skills; we are home to world-class fly fishing along miles of trout streams.
Cradled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Brevard is a cozy town filled with astounding cultural and natural opportunities. Frequently referred to as the Land of the Waterfalls, Brevard is located in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Literally, hundreds of waterfalls decorate its landscape. It is one of the most picturesque areas in the country. In fact, such scenic movies as The Hunger Games and Last of the Mohicans were shot here.
Downtown Brevard is a cultural mecca offering first-class theatre and arts from classical symphonies of the Brevard Philharmonic to homegrown talent at the popular music festivals. In addition, one can admire the various artistic sculptures of local animals scattered throughout the downtown area. Actually, once a month, Brevard hosts a “gallery walk” to celebrate its local artists.
If you’re looking for an active outdoor community, look no further than Transylvania County! Home to Pisgah National Forest, Dupont State Recreational Forest and Gorges State Park, this area is known for world class mountain biking, hiking, white-water rafting, canoeing, fishing and more. More than 50% of the land in Transylvania County is publicly owned and protected, providing you the opportunity to enjoy some extraordinary natural landscapes. Never too hot or too cold, the average summer temps rarely get much higher than 80 degrees. This is an easy destination as one can fly in to Asheville which is located just 30-45 minutes away.