It's listed as Number 12. It is very misrepresented in this Cities Journal article.
First the only picture shows the Biltmore Mansion, which is in Asheville.
Then they talk about the Black Mountain College, which may have been a great influence in education, but it closed in the 50's...and has only one building left standing by Lake Eden. They also say the Black Mountain College Museum is here, but it's also in Asheville. Lake Eden is a site for camps and a music festival twice a year, Lake Eden Arts Festival (LEAF) which they did get right!
But Black Mountain has so much more...as you may have seen here on my blog, or just drop by our Welcome Center.
|Cherry Street Courtyard|
I have a feeling the writer had never been to Black Mountain. His/her loss.
|Lake Tomahawk in springtime|