Sold! The Ridge Reserve at Lonesome Valley

Sapphire Valley, NC 28774
Starting At $900,000 / 90 Acres
MLS # 96694+

Sold! The Ridge Reserve at Lonesome Valley

Sapphire Valley, NC 28774
Starting At $900,000 / 90 Acres
MLS # 96694+


The Ridge Reserve at Lonesome Valley | 90+ Acres For Sale Near Cashiers, NC

THE RIDGE RESERVE is Lonesome Valley’s hidden treasure! Lonesome Ridge encompasses more than 90 acres of level topography where the panoramic mountain views and hardwood trees set the stage for a truly exclusive mountain living experience. The size of the acreage is impressive, but the scale of the property is easily overshadowed by the beauty it encompasses. Rising above the valley floor to level terrain at 4,200 feet, the park-like atmosphere offers magnificent long-range views of Blue Ridge and multiple named peaks in every direction. Old-growth hardwoods, rock outcroppings and meandering paths provide an idyllic setting for whatever your mountain home visions may be. In addition to a variety of homesites for multiple estates, this property also offers tons of opportunities for guest cottages and other outbuildings as you desire.


  • 20.43 +/- Acres
  • Offered for $950,000


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  • Offered for $1,900,000


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  • Offered for $975,000


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  • Offered for $900,000

Contact us to schedule your personalized tour of the Ridge Reserve at Lonesome Valley.

Lonesome Valley is an idyllic farm estate which encompasses 800 acres and features a private, natural community vision and incredible amenities located near the charming town of Cashiers, North Carolina. Built by Mother Nature on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau, it is the largest box canyon East of the Mississippi River. Surrounded by two granite cliff faces, Cow Rock Mountain and Laurel Knob, this residential mountain farm community was designed with an emphasis on conservation, with no more than 180 homes and nearly 300 acres of common green space.

THE AMENITIES bring the community’s vision to life.

The Fitness Barn and Pool: Keeping with the commitment to physical health and general well-being, and designed as a “tractor barn” to blend with our historic farm aesthetic, the Fitness Barn offers state-of-the-art equipment, a variety of group classes (indoor and outdoor), personal training, and steam showers & saunas. The pool is heated with covered and uncovered deck space perfect for relaxing or enjoying snacks from the food truck.

Tennis: True to its other recreational facilities, the Tennis Center is well-appointed with a pavilion, refreshments and comfortable sitting areas. The courts are carefully positioned, allowing them to blend naturally within their setting.

Fishing: The Trout Pond is designated for ‘fly-fishing only’ and catch-and-release, ensuring a healthy trout population for future generations. Long Lake features a bis ideal for swimming, canoeing or paddle boating featuring boathouse and swimming area.

Climbing & Hiking: Those looking for a thrilling adventure can climb the two granite faces framing the property, Cow Rock Mountain and Laurel Knob (the tallest crag east of the Mississippi). Hiking is also one of The Valley’s most popular attractions. The carefully designed network of well-maintained pathways connect every corner of Lonesome Valley. Meadows, streams, waterfalls, magnificent granite faces and quiet forests provide the natural setting for these spectacularly scenic byways.

Canyon Spa: Housed in the restored Caretaker’s Cottage, Canyon Spa offers a full menu of natural body and facial treatments, therapies and products. The boutique spa features a cozy fireplace, sitting porch, three treatment rooms and intimate waiting areas. Many of Canyon Spa’s handcrafted, nurturing treatments use farm-fresh ingredients from the garden of Canyon Kitchen.

Canyon Kitchen: Lonesome Valley’s Canyon Kitchen offers an extraordinary connection to food that is both true to The Valley’s agrarian roots that awakens the senses and entertains your soul. Massive oak beams define the Jennings Barn while the open-air dining. Broad, rolling meadows and magnificent granite faces set the scene.