Wildcat Subdivision offers the wonderful long range mountain views that draw people to Murphy, North Carolina from all over the country. With a mixture of full-time residents and vacation homeowners, this gated community is an established neighborhood only 3 miles from downtown with a variety of home styles on spacious lots of an acre or more.
A wide boulevard lined with Bradford pear trees leads to the gated entrance. Paved roads wind through the subdivision all the way to the top of the mountain. With an elevation at the summit of 2172 ft, Wildcat Mountain has some of the most beautiful views of the surrounding countryside you'll ever see.
You can find everything from cozy vacation chalets to large ranch and 2 story homes for full time residents in Wildcat Subdivision. A homeowner's association maintains the private roads inside the development. Deed restrictions assure that new homes built will maintain the character of the community.
Homes for sale in Wildcat range in price from $189,000 for a 2 bedroom chalet with a 2 story Great Room, fireplace and loft to $399,000 for a spacious 2 story home with expansive mountain views.
Looking for waterfront property? There's a noisy creek flowing through the development with homes and lots fronting on the creek. Right now, you can get a creekfront lot for $59,000. Mountain view lots start at around $49,000.
Residents of Wildcat are in the Martins Creek school district. Martins Creek School is the site of a pilot project bringing solar energy technology to Cherokee County. Grades K-8 attend the school.
High school students can choose between Murphy High School and Early College at Tri-County Community College, an innovative program funded in part by the Bill Gates Foundation. Through this program, students can graduate from high school in Cherokee County with a 2 year associate degree from college.
If you're looking for a home for sale in a private, gated community in the cool North Carolina mountains, make sure you visit Wildcat Subdivision in Murphy, NC.