Oak Bluff on Green Mountain incorporates underground utilities, curb and gutter streets, decorative street lamps and a meandering network and trails connecting each part of the community with the others, and the various parks and common areas. The community is connected to both Comcast and AT&T’s advanced U-verse fiber optic network, providing ultra-high speed digital access for phone, Internet and TV. The trails, parks and common areas are maintained by the Oak Bluff Homeowners Association.
To enable all residents of Oak Bluff to enjoy the unspoiled natural surroundings, a number of hiking and nature trails are available for hikers of all abilities. The first of these is Buzzard Falls Trail, a beautiful nature trail that encircles the Oak Bluff neighborhood. Buzzard Falls is a moderately strenuous 1 mile trail that starts at the cul-de-sac of South Bluff Trail, passes by the large wetland in the preserved common area, and then follows the wet-weather stream down to the terrace below the bluff. From there you can enjoy the boulder fields, and pass by Buzzard Falls before climbing back up to the entrance of Oak Bluff.
In order to ensure development is harmonious with the natural setting of Green Mountain, and to protect property values, homes built in Oak Bluff are subject to architectural review and other covenants or restrictions. A copy of the Oak Bluff Homeowners Association Guidelines is available upon request.
Finally, one of the most important amenities at Oak Bluff is the proximity to hundreds of acres of undeveloped, protected land, including Land Trust preserves which adjoin Oak Bluff’s wooded sanctuary.