An article detailing the ongoing development process at Sutton Knob appeared in The Transylvania Times Monday, March 31. In the article, Scott Bolyard, the lead planner of the development, details why he believes Sutton Knob is poised to not only attract visitors to the area, but provide an exceptional experience while visiting.
“I hope that Sutton Knob becomes a place for people to come and stay in Transylvania County and experience the region,” he said. “While they’re here, we hope to capture their attention while they are on the property with things that can supplement a lot of the great activities they can do in the area with some amenities on the property. We just want to provide a really nice weekend getaway in the mountains and leave a lasting impression on visitors.”
“This is located right in the heart of some of the best mountain Biking in the region,” Bolyard said. “In addition to that, the trout fishing opportunities located in Pisgah National Forest along the Davidson River are just an incredible resource. Add in the hiking, waterfalls and other activities you’ll find in the area and it’s clear that this area is a great resource that has the potential to draw a lot of visitors.”
Real Estate Broker Stephen “Billy” Harris of Portfolio Properties said he believes the area’s great location and proximity to Pisgah National Forest make it a great choice for new development in Transylvania County.
“Sutton Knob is ideally located to enjoy a wealth of recreational, cultural and educational opportunities, while the quiet setting offers the perfect place to relax and enjoy the outdoors,” Harris said. “Residents will enjoy private home sites with sweeping mountain views and easy access to the nearly 40 acres of greenspace and trails.”
For more information on the article and to read it in its entirety, visit http://www.transylvaniatimes.com/story/2014/03/31/business/construction-on-sutton-knob-project-begins-brevard-nc/17281.html