Fairfield Lake

North Carolina

Fairfield Lake, North Carolina

Fairfield Lake real estate is considered a tight inventory market for lake homes and lake lots in North Carolina.

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    About Fairfield Lake
    Transylvania County, North Carolina

    Fairfield Lake is in Sapphire, North Carolina. It is under 70 miles from Greenville, South Carolina, and under 80 miles from Asheville.

    The Asheville Regional Airport is 43.9 miles away, and the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is under 85 miles away. For medical care, the Highlands-Cashiers Hospital is 11.6 miles away.

    Residents can visit the nearby Haywood Mall for shopping and try various local restaurants, such as Table 64.

    Small Miracle

    Spanning 72 acres, Fairfield Lake has a private, exclusive atmosphere that residents are sure to love.

    There is plenty to entertain residents on the water. Residents can swim or boat around the lake, and anglers will love the local populations of bass and catfish.

    Explore Greenville

    Greenville is the thriving center of upstate South Carolina and is home to countless entertainment options, making it an idyllic setting for any daycation.

    Greenville visitors can take in the natural aesthetic of the Falls Park on the Reedy in the downtown Historic West End. The park is home to beautiful waterfalls, gardens, and unique public sculptures.

    Hungry Greenville visitors will enjoy the city’s wide variety of dining opportunities including Kitchen Sync, a unique highly-rated made-from-scratch restaurant with extraordinary hospitality.

    Beer lovers should explore the seemingly endless number of breweries Greenville has to offer, including Quest Brewing Company, Birds Fly South Ale Project and Fireforge Crafted Beer, and much more!

    Explore Asheville

    Asheville is a great destination for outdoor adventures, science routes, and cultural experiences for you and the family.

    Residents and visitors can take a tour to learn the history of the city by trolley or walking. Other options include exploring the shopping scene at the Grove Market or indulging in the culinary creations at Isa’s French Bistro or Jettie Rae’s Oyster House.

    The most famous tourist attraction in Asheville would be the Biltmore Estate. Explore the acres of gardens, walking, biking, or hiking trails around the estate. There is also a winery and playground available to visitors.

    Calm and Quaint Lake Life

    Those looking for a taste of small-town life will love living the lake life on Fairfield Lake.