Designed as the community’s “indoor living room,” the center opened with great success and hosted the final event of the evening with more than 85 guests enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
Activities throughout the day showcased the healthy lifestyle that The Ramble’s many amenities offers its residents, including:
- Guided hikes along The Ramble’s many miles of trails with local horticulturalist Amy Fahmy.
- Yoga, pilates, and personal training classes in the Living Well Center’s fitness center.
- Flower arrangement demonstration hosted by Blossom’s in Longmeadow Park.
- Cooking demonstrations in the Living Well Center’s state-of-the-art kitchen.
- Open house showcase of available homes in the community with featured builders on hand to provide personal tours.
- A presentation by George W. Vanderbilt’s grandson, George H.V. Cecil, to a standing-room-only crowd about the history of The Ramble’s Buckspring Cabin.
In addition to welcoming two new property owners to the community, The Ramble unveiled three new home site offerings on Ducker Mountain ranging from 3.4 to 4.4 acres with breathtaking views of the Pisgah National Forest.
If you missed last weekend’s events, contact your Beverly-Hanks associate to schedule your visit and learn more about the life that awaits in The Ramble Biltmore Forest, Asheville’s premier gated community.