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NC Mountain Home on 12 Acres for Sale by Owner near South
Mountain State Park
and Morganton NC between Charlotte and Ashville NC.
Casar, Cleveland County North Carolina
Picturesque mountain views with beautiful lush green pastures & rolling
hills. This fisherman's delight, located in the Mountain foothills of
North Carolina, beckons those who long for true peaceful living. Over 12
acres of beautiful fenced pastures, 2 barns, 2 utility sheds. Bass,
Catfish, Crappie & Brim galore in the three acre spring-fed pond.
This is true
country living, real peace and quiet, yet only 20 minutes from shopping
and 70 minutes from Asheville, Charlotte and Greenville airports.
degree Mountain views of South Mountain State Park & game lands which
includes an equestrian facility and miles of horse back riding trails.
View this from your 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, with over 1400 square feet
complete with range, refrigerator, dishwasher, washer & dryer, stone
fireplace and screened porch. Perfect for a gentleman's ranch, mini
horse farm, or any livestock or agricultural endeavor. $199,000
Willing to sell pond or share of pond & adjoining acreage/pasture (up to
6 acres) separate for home site. Buyer chooses desired parcel to adjoin
pond. Buyer pays survey costs.
For more information call Tim
Barrett at 704-538-9160.
Mountains State Park NC Nestled deep in the woods, South
Mountains State Park is the perfect place to enjoy nature. Here you can
see a majestic mountain range peeking out from the gently rolling
landscape of the piedmont.
The park includes elevations up to 3,000 feet, a waterfall dropping 80
feet and more than 40 miles of trails. From equestrian camping to trout
fishing, mountain biking to picnicking, a number of activities are
available at South Mountains State Park.
Visit one of the state's most rugged parks. Hike the trail to High
Shoals Falls to witness the roar of the waterfall as it pours into a
large pool. Backpack through the woodlands for primitive camping. Fish
for trout in miles of mountain streams, or bicycle along the 18-mile
South Mountains State Park is a good
winter hiking area. While the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge to the
west might be snow covered. The S. Mountains are usually a bit milder.
The highest elevation in the Park is Benn Knob at 2,894'. Chestnut Knob
South Mountains has plenty of trails for
the hiker! Also, there are a number of 'Pack in' campsites. So Back
country hikes are possible. There is a fee for camping in the Park and
Park Gates are locked at night. Check with the Ranger Station when you
arrive. The Park is quite remote.
The South Mountains, carved out of the Blue Ridge by erosion, are a
broad belt of peaks and knobs rising abruptly from a deep valley. These
steep, rugged mountains encompass 100,000 acres in Burke, Cleveland and
The Catawba Valley and the gaps across the mountain ranges to the west
were once major travel routes. The South Mountains served as a buffer
zone between the Cherokee and the Catawba Indians, and the first
European settlers in the area farmed the fertile land along the Catawba
In 1828, gold was discovered at Brindle Creek. Legend holds that gold
flakes and grains were first discovered in the mud used to seal a log
cabin. The ensuing gold rush attracted immigrants, mining companies and
slave owners. Gold was mined into the early 20th century, but activity
in the gold mines eventually declined.
Development of land in what is now South Mountains State Park began in
the 1930s when Camp Dryer, a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp, was
established at Enola. Those employed at the camp constructed forest
service roads, cleaned stream beds and built a forest observation tower.
The Lower and Upper CCC roads are still in use at the park today.
The park was established as a result of recommendations made by a
National Park Service study conducted in coordination with the state of
North Carolina. Though proposals for the park began in the 1940s, it was
not until 1974 that funds were appropriated to purchase the land. The
first land acquisition totaled 5,779 acres. Additional land has since
been added, bringing the park to its present size of 16,664 acres.
While most of the high points average approximately 2,000 feet in
elevation, Buzzard's Roost towers some 3,000 feet above the surrounding
landscape. Elevations within the park itself range from less than 1,200
feet at points along Jacob's Fork River to 3,000 feet on Buzzard's Roost
along the park's western boundary.
Water winding through the park to the Catawba River cuts deep into the
terrain, forming rugged and steep slopes. The most spectacular feature
in the park is High Shoals Falls on Jacob's Fork River. Here, a torrent
of water drops 80 feet over a cliff face of bare rock. In addition,
Chestnut Knob offers tranquility and a magnificent view of surrounding
peaks and ridges.
Cleveland County NC is nestled in the rolling piedmont of the
southwestern portion of North Carolina situated in the foothills of the
beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.
Cleveland County is the gateway between Asheville and Charlotte.
Cleveland County is centered between two of the largest metropolitan
areas of the Carolinas-- Charlotte and Greenville/Spartanburg.
addition to providing us with the spectacular changing seasons, our
favorable geographic setting also offers wonderful nearby attractions --
steep mountains in one direction, wide beaches in the other, and
topped-off with a surrounding array of bustling metropolitan centers,
all close enough to be forever tempting day-trippers.
With our family-oriented lifestyle, small-town charm, and Southern,
festival atmosphere, Cleveland County is a great place to live, work,
play, and just enjoy life.
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