From Beaver Lake’s original sales brochure published before The Great Depression:
Lake is located at the only point at which the Valley is broad
enough to contain a considerable community, including the generous
lake itself and an 18-hole golf course – just two miles from the
center of Asheville and within easy walking range of trolley,
school and churches.
exceedingly important asset is the famous Dixie Highway, here a
link of the vast state-built-and-maintained motor road system of
North Carolina, which passes through the heart of Beaver Lake.
of the charms of Beaver Lake is its gently curving and undulating
topography, almost like a succession of billowing waves, with
homesites on the crests and winding streets and parkways between.
A very remarkable landscape indeed.
find out more about Beaver Lake and Lake View Park, click on the
About Beaver Lake link in the above menu.
To learn more about Lake View Park’s
sister neighborhood by John Nolen, Myers Park, Charlotte, North Carolina please visit http://www.cmhpf.org/educationneighhistmyerspark.htm.