Stonebridge Community Todd, NC

Stonebridge is captivating, magical, and secuded. This rustic and charming community is nestled in the heart of the timeless Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina in Ashe County, NC between the towns of West Jefferson and Boone, North Carolina. 

The developers of Stonebridge created this mountain settlement by rescuing venerable old log cabins and barns that would otherwise have been lost to progress and brought them to this mountain to create a haven for people who value the homespun tradition of past Appalachia lifestyle.

Stonebridge offers some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world and most definitely the most unique log homes in the North Carolina Mountains. The homes in the Stonebridge Community conform while keeping each home with its own individuality. There is something special and unique about each home that no other has.

The logs used in the construction of these unique log homes, some are as large as twenty-six inches wide. Every home in Stonebridge has stone foundations, dry-laid stone fireplaces, wood floors, wood-shingle roofs and natural lawns. Covered porches and decks are designed to give additional space for entertaining while capture the mountain views or the sounds of soft flowing mountain streams as they meander by.

The homes are scattered over 500 acres of native hardwood, conifers, mountain laurel and other native flowering plants and trees. Mountain ferns and wildflowers grow freely adorning the natural lawns of Stonebridge homes. 

Stonebridge is about six miles from the Fleetwood Fire Station so the POA of Stonebridge decided to have water tanks installed in case of the unfortunate likelihood of a fire.  To date they have completed 3 water tank installations. The tanks were filled with water and landscaped. Each installation has 6 tanks with about 1,000 gallons of water in each. The committee inspects all water tanks on a regular basis. Total available water is 18,000 gallons plus the pond near the entrance to Stonebridge as water sources for firefighting. There are plans for another water tank to be installed this year and also for emergency exits to be made.

Elevations begin somewhere in the 3,400 range and climb to 4,600 on the highest ridges. Homes are nestled in trees, some offer streams with small waterfalls while the homes atop the ridges offer breathtaking long-range views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountain.

Stonebridge has been featured in many publications, including Southern Living and Blue Ridge Magazine.  Stonebridge is a place where time stands still, where you forget the hustle and bustle of city life and nature abounds. There is an abundance of natural beauty to be found in Stonebridge.

It is a place where the sunlight dances through the trees, starlight twinkles in the night, smoke curls lazily from the chimneys on a cool spring mornings, cool breezes fill the air and rocking chairs sit on friendly porches.

The developers of Stonebridge are true craftsmen who captured the spirit of yesteryear and preserved a true mountain home tradition. There is nothing in the North Carolina Mountains that compares with Stonebridge.

Stonebridge is near Todd and the old country store, with just a short drive you can be at the New River for canoeing, kayaking and trout fishing.  There is a blue grass musical festival at the Todd General Store each year that draws thousands of visitors to the area. This development is also close to Historic West Jefferson with its many art galleries and shopping.

Ashe County NC has many wonderful North Carolina Mountain Communities throughout and is a great place to relocate, retire, or purchase a mountain retreat.  Our knowledgeable Ashe County Real Estate Agents are here to help you find Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate and Large Tracts of NC Mountain Land for Sale today!  Whether you're looking for Log Homes in Western North Carolina or Luxury Homes in North Carolina let A1 Mountain Realty be your source.  If you don't find something on our website ( you like in our listings of Ashe County Real Estate then check out the High Country MLS for other properties across the mountains.