What Makes Blue Moon Unique

Elevation Within Reach

Blue Moon on Pinnacle Peak is a community like few others. That’s easy to say, but spend a few minutes on our web site, and let us show you why property like this comes along, well, only once in a Blue Moon. Better yet, contact us and we’ll show you.


A Rare Property


The 100 acres atop Mount Pinnacle that comprise Blue Moon was held by a single family for three generations and was developed with a strict respect for the land and made available to those who really want a tight connection to nature and the land’s history. “The land at Blue Moon was revealed, not developed” quoted one knowledgeable observer and lover of Western North Carolina. Half of the 100 acres includes pristine conservation land, entrusted to the Conserving Carolina land conservancy, by deed never to be developed. The Blue Moon Nature Preserve, with its hiking and biking trails, streams and meandering paths, is for the exclusive enjoyment of property owners in Blue Moon on Pinnacle Peak. The remaining acreage holds 27 building lots, of which only a few remain available.




Best of Both Worlds


It’s rare to find a community like Blue Moon that sits at a towering 3,800 feet above sea level, and is nestled next to Dupont State Forest, yet is still only an 18 minute drive to downtown Hendersonville, NC, voted one of America’s Best Small Towns. Both Brevard (30 minutes) and Asheville (40 minutes) are easy drives for lunch or dinner. And while you’re miles away from the work world, if necessary, the Asheville (35 minutes) and Greenville (55 minutes) airports are easily accessible.







Limited, But Not Exclusive


Only 27 building lots have been created at Blue Moon with only a few remaining for sale. These 1-2.5 acre lots are well suited for building family retreats and retirement homes of fine quality for community minded folks who can respect and appreciate the land and its beauty.





Solitude with Nature

Blue Moon’s private gated community and private road up Mount Pinnacle is not about creating exclusivity. Rather, it is to help maintain the quiet solitude and peacefulness one seeks on the pinnacle of a mountain and next to a 10,000 acre forest. No golf courses or club amenities here (and no golf or club fees); just the peace and quiet of having your home in the mountains.