cabin: Tips On Making Your North Georia Mountain Home Safe - 01/13/09 03:03 AM
Recently I received a call from a past client with alarming news. Unfortunately their new Georgia Mountain Cabin had been burglarized just before the new year. After talking with them and receiving an email with some great tips for detouring future break-ins, I decided to do a little research myself and I believe that I have come up with some great tips for you to keep your North Georgia Mountain Cabin more safe.
I do want to say that Union County, Fannin County, and Gilmer County are among the lowest in crime rates in the entire state of Georgia. This is one of … (0 comments)

cabin: Incredible Value at 52 Evening Shade Court in Cabin Country - 02/28/08 01:07 AM
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cabin: Spacious Cabin in Blue Ridge Georgia's Aska Adventure Area - 02/23/08 11:38 AM
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cabin: 150 White Tail Ridge - Cabin in Aska Adventure Area - 12/04/07 11:24 PM
Come and enjoy this one year old cabin that has been used very little. This cabin is located in the heart of the Aska Adventure Area. The Aska Adventure Area is just that, if you love hiking, fishing, mountain biking, canoeing, or hunting, this is the area of the county you want to be in.
This mountain cabin in Blue Ridge, GA. has all the features you may desire for a second home, vacation or investment property. You will enjoy a semi-private 1.68 acre lot. Walk up to the outdoor living area with fireplace and enjoy year around mountain views. The front porch is … (6 comments)

cabin: Mountain High. Heaven Is Close By. - 12/01/07 02:43 AM
Aptly named, Mountain High offers residents breathtaking views of Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. This gated community also boasts underground utilities, community water and wide paved streets that lead to unparalleled mountain living. Centrally located from quaint downtown Blue Ridge Georgia, and historic Murphy North Carolina, Mountain High is but a short drive to Ocoee Rafting and beautiful Lake Blue Ridge. This casually elegant and meticulously designed log home community is situated on the highest developed points of Fannin county. Here in all too rare pristine setting with nearly half of the county being United States Forestry Service. Hiking trails meander throughout … (2 comments)

cabin: It's Cold, It's Wet, It's Gray....It's Perfect! - 11/23/07 12:13 AM
I have asked a good friend and business associate Byron Wyndham of  J. Byron Wyndham and Associates Attorneys at Law to work with me in providing my readers with weekly advice on Real Estate Law in the North Georgia Mountains.
 
J. Byron Wyndham is an attorney with over 25 years experience in Georgia real estate law. He has represented buyers, sellers, real estate agents, and lenders within his practice. A graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, he began his practice in 1973. He has endeavored to work with all parties required in the purchase of a new home … (0 comments)

cabin: The Secret's of A Successful Mountain Cabin Rental! - 11/23/07 12:04 AM
It's a foggy crisp fall morning in the North Georgia Mountains. You walk out on the dew dampened front porch wrapped in your wool blanket. As you bend down to sit in the porch rocker, you notice a faint silhouette of what appears to be a deer. Then, just as you get comfortable and begin sipping on your coffee, there they are....2 small fawn cautiously appearing from no where.
Now that is what I call "True freedom from anxiety!"
How would you like to experience a similar instance? Do you own a cabin in the mountains? If not, how can you possibly have the chance for the … (0 comments)

 
Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living (Keller Williams Realty Partners)

Chad Lariscy

Advocate For Mountain Living

Blue Ridge, GA

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Keller Williams Realty Partners

Address: 108 Blue Ridge Highway, Blairsville, GA, 30512

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