Community Info

    The purpose of the Hawthorn Hills Property Owners Association

    (HHPOA) Board of Directors is to ensure that the:

    • * Budget is controlled
    • * Covenants and By-laws are enforced
    • * Building Committee Requirements are adhered to
    • * HHPOA management adjustments are made as needed

    To maintain and improve the beauty and property values of Hawthorn Hills.

    Welcome to Hawthorn Hills In the Mountains of Western North Carolina

    Hawthorn Hills offers mountain living with nearby amenities. The rolling hills of our neighborhood provide a livable, walkable, and pastoral environment in harmony with nature and wildlife. Once home to the Kalmia Diary Farm, it’s one of the most beautiful communities in Henderson County.

    At the neighborhood’s east entrance, you will find a small, private lake, where our “guest residents” can be found: ducks, Canada geese, and often a heron that may be spotted fishing at the lake’s edge.

    Each season delivers its own special beauty. Spring showcases flowering dogwoods, rhododendrons, azaleas, and mountain laurels. The autumn leaf season is a spectacular array of reds, oranges, and yellows. In winter, there are long-range views to enjoy.

    Home sites in Hawthorn Hills were planned with the purpose of maintaining a “parklike” setting, with large lots and harmonizing landscaping. This is an upscale, welcoming community that respects Southern integrity and mountain values.

    Hawthorn Hills has a rural setting with a country feel but is just minutes from downtown shopping and dining. Hospital and medical facilities are only 3 miles away.

    Hendersonville is a great town with a strong sense of community and the friendliness that is indicative of the South. Hawthorn Hills is one of its nicest subdivisions and a wonderful place to live. Come join us!
    Read more about the history of this dairy farm turned neighborly community at this link:    

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    February 21, 2017 / Comments (1)

    Next Event

    HHPOA Picnic CANCELLED due to Covid-19
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    Christmas Luncheon
    Thursday, December 3, 2020

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    January 27, 2017 / Comments (1)