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A Beautiful Way to Live

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The Ramble entrance features a staffed gatehouse.
The firepit at Longmeadow Park is a popular gathering place on cool, crisp evenings.
Over 1,000 acres of preserved woodlands and curated trails just waiting to be explored.
The Preview Center is located at 5 Valley Springs Rd. and serves as The Ramble's sales center. Stop in and say hello.
In The Ramble you will find architecturally diverse, handcrafted homes.
High-quality craftmanship is celebrated at The Ramble.
Wander miles of trails on a crisp summer evening.
Enjoy time inside and out of the beautiful Living Well Center.
Enjoy a swim in the Living Well Center pool.
Summer concerts at The Ramble provide an opportunity to gather with neighbors, family and friends.
Aesthetic appreciation is embraced at The Ramble.
Emphasis on craftsmanship is evident throughout The Ramble.
The Ramble features an abundance of public and private gardens.
You're invited to The Ramble Preview Center at 5 Valley Springs Road to learn more about the community.
The Ramble Preview Center is open daily.
Trails beckon you to enjoy nature right in your own backyard.
Dog not included. But once you find the right home, finding the right dog will be easy.
The Blue Ridge Parkway borders The Ramble community, inviting you to take a scenic drive through the magnificent Blue Ridge Mountains.
Biltmore Park Town Square is only 1.3 miles from our private south gate. Car optional.
George Vanderbilt's Biltmore Estate attracts visitors from all over the country, and it's practically in The Ramble's backyard.
The Buck Spring Cabin is a gathering space for community events and a rare historical gem.
Adventure awaits within The Ramble.
Roasting marshmallows at Longmeadow Park is a perfect a fall evening pastime.
Bow Bridge traverses Dingle Creek in a serene spot along the community trail system.
Explore the miles of trails for walking, running, and biking.
Dingle Creek flows under Bow Bridge through The Ramble property.
Concerts bring people together at Longmeadow Park.
The firepit area in Longmeadow Park is a popular gathering place.
Once you turn onto the approach road to The Ramble, you will sense you are entering a special place.
Fall aerial view of the Living Well Center.
A statue of George W. Vanderbilt II greets visitors at Longmeadow Park.