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Affordable living in
historic Valdese

Named for the flower that the Waldenses gave visitors as a welcome to their valleys in the Cottian Alps of Italy, Edelweiss is a nineteen home subdivision under development in the charming community of Valdese, North Carolina. 

The Edelweiss subdivision is one mile from downtown Valdese and Valdese Elementary School. 2.2 miles to Heritage Middle School, 3.1 miles to Draughn High School and 2.5 miles to I-40. Other nearby points of interest include McGalliard Falls Park (1.2 miles,) Valdese Lakeside Park (3.5 miles) and Valdese Public Library (1.5 miles.)

We'll be constructing homes ranging in size from 1400-1800sf, but we can build a custom home for those who have their own plans. To learn more about Edelweiss, explore this website or contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. To learn more about Valdese and Burke County, click on the links below.

LATEST EDELWEISS NEWS

  • 05/11/22 - Duke Energy is about to wrap up running electric!

  • 03/11/22 - First plan is chosen for Lot #4.

  • 03/09/22 - Street lights are installed.

  • 09/30/21 - Paving completed.

  • 08/20/21 - All crossovers in place. ABC stone is in place.

  • 04/26/21 - Trenches dug in roads for utility crossovers.

  • 04/05/21 - Duke Energy working on its utilities plan.

  • 02/15/21 - New road sections roughed in.

  • 01/03/21 - Individual lots now appear on county GIS site.

  • 11/01/20 - Site map added to website. 

  • 10/14/20 - Some roadside prep before road widening.

  • 09/23/20 - Demolition and grading begins.

  • 08/03/20 - Valdese Town Council approves the Final Plat and greenlights construction at Edelweiss.

  • 07/20/20 - Valdese Planning Board approves the Final Plat.

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USEFUL LOCAL LINKS

Official town website with information on services, events and Town departments.

Official County website with information about its services and governmental departments.

A non-profit group supporting recreation in Valdese and the new Valdese Lakeside Park