The view from homesites at Creekside Farm, represented here by round haybales.
Creekside Farm is a new neighborhood of 18 home sites situated along the south side of The Cliffs signature Jack Nicklaus Golf Course. Live fully within the gates of the premier golf and wellness community in WNC, The Cliffs at Walnut Cove., and enjoy fresh picked organic produce from our community garden, miles of walking trails, and a state of the art wellness facility.
A new Agrihood in Asheville, North Carolina
Introducing Creekside Farm at The Cliffs at Walnut Cove
A community barn (circa 1930) is the centerpiece of Creekside Farm, a gathering place for the Wednesday farmers market where you can pick up your vegetables, and catch up with your neighbors. And guess what... those bales of hay piled up next to the barn aren't a decorative art installation. Neither is that old tractor.
Enjoy stunning golf course, farm and mountain views at Creekside Farm.
To plant a garden is to believe in the future.
Creekside Farm is a neighborhood immersed in growing food and celebrating it with family and friends and a simple, honest way of living. It’s about bringing people together at the farm and the table. Healthy is our way of life.
Join us as stewards of the land and a life well lived.
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An old red schoolhouse has been re-purposed as the Creekside Farm Education Center, and is The Hub of our neighborhood, a place for farm to table meals, events like the Fall Harvest Festival, and cooking and canning classes. Built in 1920, it has a full commercial kitchen to support the agricultural community.
Four (4) creeks cross the property and run all year long, giving the property its name- Creekside Farm at Walnut Cove.
The Creekside Compact: One-sixth of the land is being developed, but farm production will increase by five times thru more intensive work of the land with hand tools and better organic practices to improve the soil.
Boots at the door of the Creekside Farm Education Center
Walk down to the garden and pick a perfect pepper for dinner. While your there, say 'hello' to our farm manager Melissa.
Creekside Farm featured in Links Magazine
Our Farm Manager Melissa keeps us all eating healthy