Welcome to the Deerlake Village Community Association Website
A Vibrant Community
Deerlake Village, a planned community which is aesthetically pleasing, functionally convenient and environmentally-sound, attracting residents seeking privacy and security in a beautiful environment, is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
At an elevation of approximately 2200 feet, the community includes 223 lots, approximately 212 private homes, and 20 condominiums with over 350 residents. The 38-acre Nature Conservancy includes a private lake and several private walking trails.The common elements include a lap swimming pool clubhouse recreation area with shuffleboard, bocce, horseshoes, badminton, and croquet, and beautifully landscaped parks for picnicing. strolling, or watching a babbling brook.
The Deerlake community has three main sections. Meadows is located in the valley and consists of one-story, easily accessible homes. Streets are flat and easy to navigate. The Cottages are multi-level houses in the foothills. The Mountains are multi-level homes on larger lots winding up Pine Mountain. In addition there are several Lakeside and Creekside homes in Deerlake Village.
Deerlake Village is located in Brevard, North Carolina and is one of the finest areas for people seeking a high quality of life. This means different things to different residents. The commonalities acknowledged by a great majority of residents are beautiful natural surroundings and an attractive neighborhood of warm and friendly people who are considerate of each other and who endeavor to live in harmony with one another. Residents value tranquility, peace and quiet, a safe and healthy community and one that cares about others. These qualities reflect life in Deerlake Village.
The residents of Deerlake Village (with the exception of the condominium and two other property owners) belong to the Deerlake Village Community Association (DVCA) which is charged with the following responsibilities: maintenance of home and property values for all properties within the Association, maintenance of the common grounds and facilities that are available to all DVCA members, preservation and protection of the beautiful natural surroundings which include a 38 acre conservancy, and sound fiscal management of the community. Adopted in 2017, the Deerlake Village Declaration of Covenants and Bylaws reflect the needs and wishes of the majority of the residents. The DVCA Board of Directors, aided by numerous committees, strives to implement these directives in such a way that addresses the varied and changing needs of the residents. The City of Brevard, Transylvania County and the national forest lands offer a wonderful array of educational, recreational and cultural opportunities for residents of diverse interests, skills, and levels of participation. Deerlake Village residents enjoy a high quality of life here in the midst of the Land of Waterfalls.
Video courtesy of Paul Wilander
Things to do at Deerlake Village
About our area
Brevard is located in Transylvania County and is a family centric place. Brevard is just minutes away from Pisgah National Forest and Dupont State Forest and is famous for its waterfalls, hiking, biking, camping and all things outdoors.
“Foodies” will love our Farmers’ Market. Vendors and visitors come from all over Western North Carolina to our Market which has over 70 local farmers, producers and artists. You can find organic locally grown produce, fruits, meat, honey, eggs, cheeses, mushrooms, herbs, flowers, and much more.
Plus arts & culture events a year
State & National Forests in our County
Music is in the Air
If music is your passion, Brevard Music Center is just down the road from Deerlake which offers 80 performances throughout their 10 week summer festival.
Brevard is also is home to the white squirrel, unique to this area and of course there is an annual White Squirrel Festival that offers a weekend of free music, handmade jewelry, pottery, food and fun.
Brevard Music Center Artistic Director Keith Lockhart conducts the 2018 Season Finale: Bernstein’s Mass