Luxury Homes & Communities
PREMIER GATED COMMUNITY IN NORTH CAROLINA
For the ultimate in North Carolina luxury homes, choose Grandover, a world-class gated community in North Carolina. Choose from spacious single family homes, townhomes, and enclave-style homes, all custom built in the Old World European design. Grandover’s featured luxury homes for sale in North Carolina are enchanting, and include low-maintenance residences, whether situated along the fairway, within viewing range of the golf course, or nestled within a peaceful forest.
You’ll also enjoy resort living year ’round when you select one of our North Carolina luxury homes in such gated communities as Creswell Court. In addition to having access to Grandover’s world-class golf course, you’ll enjoy such amenities as a personal trainer, tennis pro, the Swim & Racquet Club, the Pro Shop, and access to the hotel’s Spa, Di Valletta Restaurant, and Cafe & Colony Bar.
Come to Grandover to raise your family or to retire. Grandover’s neighborhoods offer lovely homesites within walking distance of the Grandover Swim & Racquet Club, single family homesites on and off the golf course, and exclusive gated communities on the 1st and 5th hole of the west golf course.
Located in the Piedmont region within minutes of Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point, you’ll enjoy spectacular views of verdant meadows and rolling hills reminiscent of the English countryside. Tranquil living can be yours just a short drive from major metropolitan areas where you’ll find renowned medical facilities, fabulous shopping, exciting dining, entertainment, sports venues, and historic sites. In less than four hours from Grandover, you can hike the Appalachian Trail, go wine tasting at a vineyard, or soak up the sun on any number of beaches along North Carolina’s east coast.
You’re invited to contact us for more information about available homesites and upcoming developments.
“Our company had a sales meeting at Grandover and we couldn’t be happier with the service and attention to detail. Everyone wore denim shirts and khakis. It was refreshing.”