ellijay: Ellijay Brick Ranch -- Perfectly located for home or business...Or both! - 11/04/10 02:53 AM
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ellijay: Wordless Wednesday: Ellijay Wearing its Autumn Finery - 10/28/09 01:42 AM

A view from my father's deck in Ellijay overlooking a pasture and the lovely mountains of North Georgia.

Visit my Website to find out more about the beautiful Mountains of North Georgia and the great home-buying opportunities that await you right now! Or, call me at 404-435-6470.
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ellijay: E.B. Reece -- Small Town Girl with Big Time Stuff - 10/25/09 02:33 PM
You may not have heard of E.B. Reece...yet. But, trust me, you will. On Friday, the Gilmer Arts and Heritage Association (GAHA) hosted an evening with E.B., where, in a cozy intimate space, she performed songs from her new Nashville-produced CD, "Big Time Stuff." With the voice of an angel -- a face to match -- and a personality that lights up the room, E.B. enchanted the audience with her lovely performance. The self-described "small town girl," a mere 19-years old, grew up in Ellijay. Her songs -- most of which she writes herself -- reflect an innocent sensibility shaded with humor, love, and angst. E.B.'s talent shimmers off … (2 comments)

ellijay: The Martyn House--'Arabian Nights' in Ellijay - 10/24/09 05:02 AM

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a great piece today on The Martyn House in Ellijay, about a 20-minute drive from Blue Ridge. It brought to mind the wonderful time I recently had at one of their amazing farm-to-table meals. The hosts -- Joann Adams and Rick Lucas -- couldn't have been more warm and welcoming, the food more divine, or the surroundings more enchanting. I went on a balmy summer evening, and shared a table under the stars with about 50 other folks, a varied group that included local artists, gallery owners, civic leaders...and me (I could make out the whispers, "Who … (2 comments)

ellijay: The Best Little Restaurant in Ellijay, GA - 07/24/08 12:35 PM

Probably my favorite restaurant in the North Georgia Mountains is Cantaberry's. Located at 51 River Street in Ellijay, Cantaberry's is open only for lunch--or as the sign on the front door says: 11 to 3-ish. The tiny cafe, which only seats about 30, offers up the most delicious soups, sandwiches and salads around.
They are probably best known for their tomato-basil soup, which, like all their other fare, is made fresh on the premises. Rich, savory, with small chunks of tomato, basil, and infused with a touch of cream, the soup is bursting with flavor. Team the soup up with … (12 comments)

ellijay: Chatsworth Hwy., Ellijay, GA--3.11 acres w/ views of the Cohuttas! - 02/21/08 07:00 AM
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ellijay: Hemlock Crossing - Ellijay, GA--New Construction, Timeless Elegance - 02/20/08 05:42 AM
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ellijay: Aspen Ave. -- The Bluffs of Cartecay -- Ellijay, GA - 02/20/08 02:41 AM
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ellijay: Breaking the Rules -- North Georgia Mountain Real Estate - 02/12/08 11:06 AM
Knocking conventional wisdom on its ear, home prices in the North Georgia mountain real estate market during 2007--with the exception of Gilmer County--continue a trend upward, albeit not at the rate we saw in 2004 and 2005.  
I did a year-to-year comparison of residential sales in 2006 and 2007.  The results were interesting, to say the least.  Despite an overall decline of nearly 28% in number of units sold--and an absorption rate averaging 21 months--prices held steady and, remarkably, in Fannin County prices leaped by 14% in 2007!
I analyzed sales data for the North Georgia market overall (Gilmer, Fannin, Union and Towns counties combined), as well as each … (2 comments)

 
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Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!

Ellijay, GA

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Address: 57 First Ave, East Ellijay, GA, 30540

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