Where Nature Reigns!
The 1,400 acres of Fairfield North are nestled atop one of the highest points on the Cumberland Plateau, which is the highest vertical rise between the Smoky and Rocky mountain ranges. Due to the temperate climate, this area claims the second highest number of plant species in the world - second only to a region in remote China. So it isn’t too surprising the vast natural beauty of Fairfield North has provided a fabulous sanctuary to a multitude of plant species and wildlife.
And just imagine, you can call this park-like setting home! The elegant homes in this prestigious area enjoy stunning views of the mountains, rock bluffs, and ancient, protected forests.
Fairfield North subdivisions also offer:
- Over seven miles of walking paths and nature trails.
- Large homesites adjoining “green belts” - protected areas of forests that can never be cleared or built on. The homes are carefully placed within this lush landscape of ancient trees - towering oaks, maples and hemlocks shelter the flowering mountain laurel, dogwoods and hollies beneath them.
- Underground utilities so as to not disrupt the natural beauty.
- Curbed streets with matching lamp posts finish the charming setting.