Wildlife is abundant in Colvard Farms

Over 300 Acres Of Natural Beauty.

All the best stories begin in the past. And Colvard Farms is rooted in the best traditions of North Carolina.

Indeed, the property has provided comfort and sustenance to many generations of families. At one time a collection of working farms (hence, our choice of names), Colvard Farms is now a neighborhood where your family can cultivate its own traditions.

“There used to be an old stagecoach route adjoining the property. Nearby was an inn. The stage would sound a bugle and blast it one time for each passenger who was on the stage so the innkeeper would know how many people were coming to dinner. The old stagecoach bed is still there.” — Mr. Edward Booth, a nearby resident since 1928

Jordan Lake protected area near Colvard Farms

Conservation Design.

This land is a special place and we take its stewardship very seriously. Approximately one-third of the property will remain undeveloped as permanent open space. And because most of Colvard Farms is bounded by Jordan Lake and public recreation lands, preservation of this natural state is assured for future generations. Characteristic tree species include southern red oak, poplar, sweet gum and loblolly pine. The site is home to a number of wildlife species that are more typical to large tracts of piedmont forest, including red-shouldered hawks, great horned owls and eastern wild turkeys.

Tennis Courts in Colvard Farms

Walk. run. hike. bike. swim.

In life, as in any journey, getting there should be half the fun.

From swimming and tennis to picnic areas and playgrounds, Colvard Farms has amenities to satisfy those who enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. More than two miles of nature trails wind through our forests and fields and include a paved path for walking, running or biking. Fishing and bird watching are close at hand, and some of our cul-de-sacs surround neighborhood parks.

More recreational opportunities await you right outside the neighborhood. There’s boating and skiing on adjacent Jordan Lake and hiking in the surrounding public recreation lands. Nearby you’ll find the popular New Hope Point Eagle Roost site and the New Hope Audubon Wildlife Observation Area.

The highly prestigious Old Chatham Golf Club is just 2 miles away while Hope Valley Country Club is 6 miles or 15 mins from us.