Cherokee Ridge is a golf community nestled in the hills of North Alabama in the community of Union Grove. With an array of amenities, Cherokee Ridge features an 18 hole professionally designed course, on site restaurant and event facilities, clubhouse offering swimming, tennis and a fitness center, regular social events and outdoor activities including 6 miles of walking trails, a lake house with a stocked lake and ponds, and wooded scenery - be sure to check out the water falls!
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In 1990, Sid Mcdonald, a successful businessman from Arab, had a vision to create a golf course community that locals could take pride in. He wanted the country club experience to be remarkable, with a commitment to excellence and a strong belief in successful community development. Truly a visionary he saw the abundant gifts that the natural terrain offered and took advantage. Crafting an immaculate layout with designer Sammy Dean, the golf course they built took advantage of the native vegetation, the rolling hills, as well as the lakes and streams. In August of 1992, the vision became reality in the pristine 18 hole golf course delicately nestled against the dramatic Appalachian backdrop. In 2012, the private club and residential community made the innovative decision to open to non-member golfers who wanted to experience this top-level course. The decision to become semi-private allows for golfers throughout the state and the nation to experience playing this unparalleled course. The commitment to excellence and focus on community that begun more than two decades ago is the cornerstone that carries Cherokee Ridge confidently into the future.
The residential community combines limited townhomes , garden homes, cottages, and luxury estates - all tastefully designed and tucked into the natural landscape. Cherokee Ridge is truly a lifestyle community. Home prices range in the upper 200s for new construction cottages to over 2 Million for estate homes. A significant part of the charm of the community is the variety of home styles from traditional home to tudors to bright cottages, where no two are the same, but come together to create a sense of continuity.