About Biltmore Forest
Another premier community is the traditional and generally affluent Biltmore Forest, located in South Asheville. “The Forest,” as many affectionately call it, was incorporated into a town in 1923 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. The town was intended to reflect the Biltmore Estate’s general aesthetic for a home buyer of more moderate means.
Today, Biltmore Forest reflects the changing architecture of the decades between 1920 and today. The town preserves a park-like quality by maintaining strict regulations on tree removal and fencing. The only fences allowed in the community were grandfathered into the neighborhood’s “no fence” policy. The town provides a full range of services, including police, public works, water, zoning, and sanitation.
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