Beaumont Estates, Hendersonville, NC

A Beautiful Place to Live in Hendersonville


This is an unofficial website for the Beaumont Estates subdivision located in Hendersonville, NC, 28739.

Hendersonville has a propensity to end up on lists like this one from USA Today -- and for good reason: 5 great (unknown) places to retire. The “Where to Retire” magazine has Hendersonville listed as one of the 50 best places to retire.

For retirees Herdersonville, NC is clearly one of the best places to live in the United States and Beaumont Estates is one of the best places to live in Hendersonville. In can be said, without exaggeration, that Hendersonville is a beautiful place to live!

For the latest in local entertainment, see the Local Events page and for the major attractions in the local area, see the Local Attractions page. By local, I mean an easy day trip.

The left sidebar provides a half dozen links to resources useful to the prospective buyer. The Local Information page provides many more useful links.

Beaumont Estates is nestled in a valley surrounded by mountain ranges giving homeowners spectacular views. It is located within the Village of Flat Rock, NC in Henderson County and is only 3 miles from the beautiful town of Hendersonville where you can shop at quaint boutiques and eat at many unique restaurants.

Flat Rock is the home of the Flat Rock Playhouse and the Carl Sandburg Home -- a National Historic Site. Flat Rock Playhouse is designated the state theater of North Carolina. Beaumont Estates is also convenient to Asheville and the Biltmore House; the largest private residence ever built in the United States with a large winery and now a major tourist destination. The Biltmore winery claims to have more visitors than any other winery in the United States -- including the Napa Valley wineries. It also produces some very good wines.

Thirty-five miles south of Flat Rock is Greenville, SC; providing shopping centers and many restaurants. Beaumont Estates is conveniently located to the Asheville regional airport -- and it is 55 miles, and 1 hour, to the Greenville, SC international airport. A terrific street fair can be found in Greenville, SC every fall and it is called Fall for Greenville. Lots of good food and entertainment awaits you.

Asheville will host the Belle Chere festival July 26-28, 2013. Rumor has that this will be the last year for Belle Chere (after about 34 years), so don't miss it!

Beaumont Estates is a relatively small subdivision with 67 homes. It is a country type environment removed from interstate highways, airports, and four lane roads; providing peace and quiet that is hard to find in modern society.

Beaumont Estates central location offers easy access to state and national forests, rivers and lakes that offer hiking, biking, fishing and more. Top flight entertainment can be found in Pigeon Forge and at Dollywood. Gatlinburg offers a gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park -- the most visited park in the system. From Beaumont Estates it is 110 miles to Pigeon Forge, Dollywood and Gatlinburg. The Cherokee Indian Reservation in Cherokee, NC, is 78 miles from Hendersonville and is on the way to Pigeon Forge via one route. There are many attractions in Cherokee, including the outdoor play "Unto These Hills". Much closer to home is the Holmes Educational Forest which is 8 miles and the Dupont State Recreational Forest which is 12 miles. Carl Sanburg's Home and the Flatrock Playhouse state theater are both 5 miles. Pisgah Forest in Brevard is 19 miles and it is 23 miles to the Blue Ridge Parkway.

The beautiful Lake Lure and Chimney Rock are 21 miles and less than an hour away. Lake Jocassee, SC is 60 miles and about 70 minutes.

The local Western NC State Mountain Fair is one of the best fairs of its size in the country; perhaps the best! The Carolina Renaissance Festival in Huntersville, NC (near Charlotte) is 112 miles and about 2 hours. It is a large fair that covers 22 acres and has 11 stages for live entertainment.

The nearest ski resort is Wolf Ridge at about 45 miles. Both Sugar Mountain and Beech Mountain can be found in Banner Elk, NC at about 92 miles and 2 hours. For a summer trip to Banner Elk, stop and see Linville Falls on the way. And, a short side trip will carry you to the Mosses H Cone Memorial Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost 294.

Beaumont Estates and Hendersonville, NC is a near perfect place for adults and seniors to live and enjoy life; especially if you are the outdoors type. You are at the center of it all! There is an abundance of affordable recreation and entertainment along with a near perfect climate. The local Blue Ridge Community College offers both curriculum and Continuing Education classes that will appeal to many. The tuition is very modest.

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Featured Photo by Gordon Engler

Mountian View from Beaumont Estates.



Featured Restaurants

Mike's on Main Street

Corner of North Main Street and 3rd Avenue

A unique, and quaint, 1950's sytle eatery with perhaps
the best milkshakes in the country (they even have vanilla syrup).

Mike's on Main Street Restaurant.

And, for a balanced meal near the airport, visit J&S.

Find them.

J&S Cafeteria -- Asheville Airport

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