A Master Planned Community
One of the 50 Best Master-planned Communities in the United States (Where to Retire Magazine, August 2013), Anderson Creek Club is a luxury gated development in Spring Lake, NC. We are conveniently located just outside of Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, and 45 miles south of Raleigh. Our championship golf course, resort amenities and activities are all nestled within 1700 acres of North Carolina Pine Forest. Our property abounds in rich lifestyle enhancements for families, local military, active adults and retirees looking for a community of neighborhoods - where all are welcome in friendship.
Visitors are quickly enchanted by our tranquil setting and beautifully appointed luxury living. Here, in the famous Sandhills Region, nature takes center stage throughout this master-planned community with beautiful scenery -including forest reserve with majestic pine trees and a variety of hardwoods, wildflowers, ponds, natural springs and nature trails.
Meticulously maintained amenities, beginning with the community's 23 parks and 19 ponds, featuring waterfalls and fountains, ideal for canoeing, paddle boats, and fishing. Other active lifestyle opportunities include swimming, tennis, volleyball, basketball, soccer, horseshoes, hiking and jogging trails - plus playgrounds and activity centers for children. Residents enjoy an active social calendar with a daily schedule of events and numerous social and special-interest clubs.
Featuring a 4.5 star rated championship-quality Davis Love III designed Golf Course as the center of attraction. Anderson Creek Golf Course is praised by many as one of the top golf courses in the Sandhills Region. Offering an exciting challenge for golfers of all skill levels, the course meanders through the community in a swath of green beauty. The Clubhouse features a Pro Shop, the Clubhouse Pub & Grill, a Fitness Center and Library, and is the center of activities for residents.
Anderson Creek Club is conveniently situated in close proximity to Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, Pinehurst and Raleigh and is an easy drive to Atlantic Ocean beaches, cool mountains and the cultural, educational center that is the esteemed Research Triangle of North Carolina – it is truly an oasis in the middle of it all. Fayetteville – winner of the “All American City” for 2011, is just down the road and is a bustling, rejuvenated historic city.
Choose from a selection of affordable homes for sale in our exquisite, luxury gated community with 24/7 security: Finely crafted single-family homes, estate homes, custom homes, patio homes, luxury condominiums, low maintenance villas or purchase a homesite and build a new home with one of our Approved Builders. We provide best-of-class age-targeted homes and neighborhoods; we are proud to be a Military Welcoming Community; we provide the best of all worlds to multi-generations with multi-faceted interests. We would love to welcome you home.
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What our Builders say about the Community:
Nestled in the famed Sandhills region of North Carolina is a community that offers a respite from the everyday hustle and bustle of city life, an exquisite sanctuary that has created a sense of harmony with its pristine surroundings. This jewel, which is dotted with lush green fairways and boundless natural beauty is Anderson Creek Club. It is unusual in that within its gated and guarded perimeter, there lays a total of eleven distinctly defined neighborhoods wrapped around an acclaimed Davis Love III Golf Course with homes ranging from fine condominiums to estate homes and pricing to meet the budget of every discriminating buyer. -Davidson and Jones Homes, An Anderson Creek Club Preferred Builder
What our Residents Say:
“Being here is like being on vacation,” says Ramona Monroe, 59, who relocated from Washington DC last year with husband Lee, 63. “They have everything here other than a beach. But we’ve got canoeing and fishing. As for the beach, that’s less than 2 hours away.” Lee, an avid golfer, is going to buy himself a fishing pole to “try something new”. Ramona spends her days doing charity work. “Anderson Creek has a women’s club that helps with the local food band,” she says. “That’s what I like about this place. People here don’t keep to themselves, they reach out to others.”