Flat Rock, NC
Kenmure is located in one of western North Carolina’s most quaint and welcoming mountain towns – Flat Rock NC. This historic town, adjacent to Hendersonville was founded approximately 150 years ago. For generations, affluent families throughout the U.S. and Europe have been visiting this truly unique southern town to enjoy the mountains and all that this area has to offer.
The Historic Flat Rock District
The Flat Rock district is included in the prestigious National Register of Historic Places and Kenmure strives to help preserve Flat Rock’s true southern appeal. This historic village is home to some of the area’s most notable attractions including: the Flat Rock Playhouse, State Theatre of North Carolina; and the Carl Sandburg Home, a national historic site.
Flat Rock’s Activities
Often referred to as “the Little Charleston of the Mountains,” this quiet mountain town has plenty of areas for residents and visitors to explore. While exploring Flat Rock, you’ll discover eclectic shops, alluring wine shops, and fine dining and casual restaurants. Craft and antique shops abound and are akin to what one may find in some of America’ largest cities.
And, while enjoying all that Flat Rock has to offer, residents are still within reach of the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway. So, whether you stroll the streets of this historic southern town, take in a play at the Flat Rock Playhouse, dine in one of the many restaurants, go for a nearby nature hike or play a round of golf at Kenmure’s Joe Lee-designed golf course, you’ll always find yourself at home in Flat Rock.