• Pepper Tree Cafe and The Terrace

    The Peppertree Café and The Terrace dining rooms are closed. To go orders will be available to Twin Lakes residents only.

    The Terrace Restaurant is open for to-go orders Monday – Friday.

    Please call The Terrace at 336-538-1517 to place your order.  All orders must be picked up by 2:00 p.m.  All orders will be picked up in front of the Boland Building.  To pick up your order, please drive up to the front door, and a staff member will bring your order to you.

    The Peppertree Café is open for to-go orders seven days a week for lunch and dinner. 

    FREE delivery is available upon request at the time of your order.  Please call 336-538-1412 to place your order.  Lunch orders are to be placed by 9:00 a.m. and dinner orders must be placed by 2:30 p.m.  Please use the menu on the portal for your selections.  Meals will be available for pick up at the Coble Creek front desk or by delivery.

  • Coronavirus Update

    (3-26-20)  Twin Lakes Community’s response to the novel coronavirus:  the wellbeing of  the residents and staff at Twin Lakes is always our highest priority. As part of our ongoing efforts to protect our community, Twin Lakes is closed to visitors and nonessential service providers.  Only visitors who are here to provide assistance with the health needs of an independent living resident will be given special access.  If you would like to request special access, please contact Twin Lakes.  We are closely monitoring the situation, and will adjust our procedures as necessary.

     

          

     

     

A Good Place to Call Home

Ideally located halfway between the mountains and beaches of this beautiful state, Twin Lakes Community is highly-regarded as one of North Carolina's best retirement communities.

Our residents enjoy a rich and rewarding lifestyle, achieving successful, healthy aging. Living life to the fullest is not a cliché at Twin Lakes
Community; it is a satisfying reality.

Twin Lakes Community is a neighborhood where long
time friends are as important as long-term care. Where
independence is treasured. And where the transition isn’t
about what you give up, but what you’ve gained.

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