Invest in owning LAND in the NC, GA and TN Mountains!

Real Estate Agent with Murphy and Hayesville, NC; Hiawassee, Blairsville, Blue Ridge GA

Yes, winter is a great time to invest in owning land in the mountains. Winter is some of the best times to preview properties here in the mountains. As the leaves have fallen from most of the trees this gives you a greater advantage in seeing the surrounding areas and homes as well as the ridges and lay of the land.

View lots, pasture, unrestricted, large parcels or in a subdivision; you’ll find some great values for investing in your future through land in the western NC, north GA or east TN mountain areas.


42 Unrestricted Acres - Spring fed pond, creek, ridge tops and gentle building areas

20 Unrestricted Acres - Paved road access, mountain & pasture views from this acreage

2.46 Unrestricted Acres - Seasonal views - year round after building, gentle rolling land

2.44 Lakefront Lot - Mountain Oak Reserve gated community views, common lake

Martins Creek Overlook Lot - Mountain views and adjoins the Creek side Nature Trail for hiking


These are just a few of the many great properties here in the mountains. Make sure to visit our website to search for properties or request a property search alert for what you're looking for. Let us help you find a something that fits your budget so you can have your own “peace of the mountains” too.



Lee & Carol Barbour - The Mountain Living Team

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Comments (1)

Bob Crane
Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, KW Diversified - Stevens Point, WI
Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671

I agree, Winter is the time to look at wooded land, we stay very busy this time of year.


Jan 04, 2017 10:51 PM