Conservation Land: An Asheville Land Broker "Talks Dirt"
On a 45-minute drive, there is much land to see as you traverse the mountains and valleys around Asheville. It’s a good idea to get on the road early if you desire to connect with conservation land. Dawn's soft light provides moments for taking photos and a good time to see acreage with conservation potential for sale near Asheville, N.C. So, if you are an adventurous early-rising conservation land investor let’s "talk dirt" while we roll on down a highway where dark-blue mountains are fringed the fifty-shades-of-blue skies where you may find yourself smiling.
Fifty Shades of Blue Skies- Asheville Area Conservation Acreage
One of our favorite places, less than an hour’s drive from downtown Asheville, has been a charmed secret awaiting the “right steward”. We were excited when, recently, The Southern Appalachian Highland Conservancy Land Trust placed a 241-acre tract that adjoins other tracts into permanent preservation saying, "Our purchase and long-term commitment to conservation of this property rounds out the protection of this highly visible mountain bald.," The property rises to 4,800 feet at the summit of Little Sandy Mush Bald and is visible from the Appalachian Medley Scenic Byway (N.C. 209). Read article HERE.
Fifty Shades of Green and Blue Skies- Asheville Area Conservation Acreage
If YOU are interested in talking about being involved in creating a sustainable community, "aging-in-place", family legacies, or in 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges, taxation, estates and inheritance, environmental ideas and concerns, natural resources, the good thing about water on the land, conservation easements, soil and water quality – permits and surveys - and financing, building on the land, loans and mortgages and legal questions about Land- boundaries, easements, right of way... let’s talk!
Asheville Area Conservation Land Broker Walks the Walk on Gorgeous Acreage