Vacation/Second Home The Cove at Celo Mountain

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty

Located a few miles southeast of Burnsville in historic Yancey County, The Cove at Celo Mountain exemplifies the best of North Carolina mountain living.  The Cove is ideally sited on the northeast slope of Celo Mountain, which, as the northern anchor of the Black Mountain range rises to 6,327 feet.  Only 15 miles in total length, The Black Mountain range contains ten of the highest peaks in the entire Appalachian Mountain chain which stretches from Georgia into Canada.  One of the oldest rock formations in the world, Celo Mountain has been carved for eons by water and wind to create the dramatic ridges, hills and valleys you will find in The Cove at Celo Mountain.  Headwaters which combine to form the ancient South Toe River flow through The Cove.  These numerous tributaries and branches alternately reveal and conceal a landscape rich in natural and agricultural resources.

Western North Carolina is known for its fantastic scenery, climate and outdoor recreation resources. Yancey County alone features hundreds of miles of hiking trails, many of which link to the Appalachian Trail, the Mountains to the Sea Trail and the Black Mountain Crest Trail. Local rivers, streams and lakes offer a wide variety of fishing and water sports. Nearby Beech Mountain, Sugar Mountain and Wolf Laurel offer snow skiing/boarding and a wide range of other popular winter time activities. Public play golf courses in the immediate area include Grassy Creek Country Club, the award-winning Mount Mitchell Golf Club, the Lee Trevino designed course at Blue Ridge Country Club and two Donald Ross designed courses-the Grove Park Inn course in Asheville and Linville Golf Club.

Nearby Asheville features various attractions such as the Biltmore Estate, the North Carolina Arboretum and the University of North Carolina at Asheville Botanic Gardens. Just west of Yancey County you'll find the fascinating Cherokee Reservation with its living history tour and museum. A little further west you'll discover the magic of the Smoky Mountains and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The Cove at Celo Mountain elevates the North Carolina mountain living experience to the peak of quality, beauty and enjoyment. Tucked in the spectacular Black Mountains approximately 35 minutes from Asheville, this dynamic, engaging community of luxury home sites, lots and cottages is a property that wholly reflects its exquisite natural landscape. Indeed, The Cove at Celo Mountain is designed to broaden and deepen the pleasures of being at home with nature.

Here you will find a forested haven of 31 large mountain property home sites, carefully nestled in a setting that is saturated with scenery, culture and history. Every aspect of the community's master plan enhances the natural environment while taking advantage of the breathtaking mountain and valley vistas and the abundant natural water features.

The community's richly varied view opportunities include its majestic namesake, Celo Mountain. Springs, streams and waterfalls tumble from the mountain's high, rocky ridges into the verdant meadows below. A spacious club house, trails, scenic overlooks, parks and ponds rest gently upon the land, inviting you to join your fellow community members in exploring this wondrous place.

Located near historic Burnsville in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Cove at Celo Mountain echoes the region's Native American and Appalachian heritage. The property area brims with picturesque North Carolina mountain towns, a wide range of cultural venues and a wealth of outdoor recreation resources. The Cove at Celo Mountain offers a fully rewarding lifestyle and a grounded sense of community deeply rooted in regional values and traditions.

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