For some, it’s during a UTV ride through the beautiful mountain terrain. For others, it’s in the midst of an evening chat around the firepit where strangers quickly turn to friends. Although the moment in time may look different from person to person, at some point during a visit to Blue Ridge Mountain Club, thoughts of calling this place home are bound to hit.
For those curious about owning a home at BRMC, we’ve put together a list of some of the most frequent questions we receive to give you a bit more insight:
Are the amenities open year-round?
Yes! One of the benefits of being located in the High Country is that each season has so much to offer—from snowcapped mountains in the winter to warm summers for water activities. BRMC is an active four-season community and our on-site hospitality and operations teams are constantly working to curate the perfect seasonal experience for our owners and families.
What are the POA dues, and what do they cover?
The dues are $1,046 per quarter and include amenity access (not Chetola Sporting Reserve), road and common area maintenance, and staffing (gate, hospitality, and operations team.) This ensures that you and your family always have clear roads in the winter and a safe and private playground year-round!
How far are you from Boone and Blowing Rock?
BRMC is located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway on 6,000+ acres—between the charming mountain town of Blowing Rock and the bustling college town of Boone, home to Appalachian State University. Our North Gate is just 6.5 miles from Downtown Boone and Downtown Blowing Rock.
Do you have a preferred Builders Program?
BRMC does not have a preferred builder’s program and permits owners to select their own builder. If the custom home path to ownership is your preference, BRMC can offer a list of builders that we and our clients have had a positive experience with. All construction projects must be submitted to and approved by the BRMC POA Architectural Review Board.
Is there a timeframe in which I must start building a home?
BRMC does not dictate when an owner must start building their home. You may choose the timeframe that works best for you and your family. However, once you start building, the construction must be continuous to completion.
Hopefully, this gives you a better idea of some of the logistics, you can find a few more commonly questions answered here. But as always if you still have remaining questions Team BRMC is here to help.