Campbell Mountain Estates is nestled in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, close to the heart of both Waynesville and Maggie Valley, the Cataloochee Ski Area, Ghost Town in the Sky, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Should the lifestyle, allure and intrigue of four distinct seasons, constantly changing landscapes, views revealing the mountains and mountainside homes during the winter, and tree-filled views during the spring and summer, then Campbell Mountain Estates could be just what you are looking for.
Campbell Mountain Estates is a gated community featuring public water, septic evaluations approved for each lot, community street lighting, newly-paved streets, long-range mountain views on almost every lot, easy access, driveways and site pads in place, and close proximity to golfing, shopping, skiing, trout fishing, Asheville, and Cherokee, not to mention seeing the elk in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Beautiful Homes and Lots.
Beautiful lots and homes are available on King Horn Ridge and The Knolls on Campbell Mountain. Ranging in size from just under one acre to two acres, many with long range views, all of the properties offer close proximity to community hiking trails and picnic facilities.
Post and Beam Construction.
The homes for sale in Campbell Mountain Estates are very distinctive in style and detail, featuring an “architectural emphasis on post and beam construction.”
“… Post and beam construction allows large expanses of glass, since the weight of the structure is supported on posts that are fairly far apart. Coupled with high vaulted ceilings, this creates large, airy, well lit living spaces. That in itself would be enough to give a home or public building an appearance of grandeur. Since most people that choose this type of construction have a love for finely crafted wood, they leave the posts and beams exposed, giving the building an added warmth and beauty. ” Read more about post and beam construction here.
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