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Murphy, Cherokee County NC mountain
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New Construction Murphy,
Cherokee County NC
Mountain Chalets and Cabins for sale.
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PRE-SALE! If you are in
the market for a quality built chalet or cabin, and don't mind waiting
it will be worth your while to reserve a lot at these unbeatable
prices. Far below any comparable builder's prices in the area these
cabins and chalets are turn-key, including lot of approx.
1 acre +-. This builder has been in the business for 50 years and is the most
honest contractor we have ever known.
Here is what you get: Chalets at $195,500 on a view lot! They
include 2 bedroom, 2 bath plus a large loft area . Central Heat &
Air, ceramic tile in both baths and laundry room, carpet allowance in
bedrooms. Wood floors in the great room, kitchen and dining area. A
stone fireplace. Your choice of Oak or Maple cabinetry with ceramic
countertops in both baths and kitchen. A full basement stubbed out
for an extra bath!! A wrap-around deck Refrigerator, range and
dishwasher. Chalets are approx. 1650-1700 square feet. Wood sided.
Several styles to choose from
Cabins are priced at
$167,500, and include the same amenities as above are but are 1 story
without the loft and basement although they will have partial
basements with outside access. These will be primarily placed on
private wooded lots. They run approx. 1150-1200 square feet.
Check the competition,
$5000 down will hold your
choice. Builder obtains construction loan ,so no draws on your
part! Pics shown are just a few examples.
Call Jim Holland for more
info at 866-835-8500 or cell: 828-361-0756. Limited number of lots
available so please contact us soon if you are truly interested.
Located in the southwestern
corner of North Carolina in the Blue Ridge chain of the Great Smoky
Mountains, Cherokee County was formed in 1839 from Macon County. It is
in the western section of the State and is bounded by the states of
Georgia and Tennessee and the North Carolina Counties: Graham, Swain,
Macon and Clay. The courts were ordered to be held at one of the houses
at Fort Butler until a courthouse could be erected. Fort Butler was in
the town of Murphy. Murphy is the county seat. The county encompasses an
area of about 455 square miles. It is about 32 miles from east to west
and about 20 miles from north to south. There are two towns which embody
the spirit and charm of small town America. They are Murphy, the county
seat, and Andrews. There are also many small communities with colourful
and unique names. At the time of the 2000 census, the population of the
county was 24,298, with Murphy having 1,568 and Andrews having 1602.
However, the area is growing rapidly.
The county contains 300,100 acres, with 92,363 acres of United States
Forest Service Land, 8,700 acres of lakes, and 6,000 acres of Indian
land, with the remaining area being farmlands. The county is surrounded
by the Nantahala National Forest. The highest elevation in the county is
about 5,100 feet, on the corner where Cherokee and Clay counties meet at
Fires Creek. The lowest elevation is about 1,200 feet, where Apalachia
Lake crosses into Tennessee.
The many lakes and breathtaking mountain views create many scenic
backdrops. There are hiking trails, fishing streams, and camping areas,
where the air is crisp and clean. There are nearby white water
adventures, golfing, boating, horseback riding and many other activities
available in the area. Cherokee County has theatres, craft shows,
antique shops, festivals and fairs. The crime rate is low and one can
find serenity in this beautiful mountain area.
Cherokee County NC Towns and Communities
Murphy, the county seat, has the distinction of being known as both the
first and last town in North Carolina, depending on which way you're
going, of course. Murphy combines a rich, interesting past with a strong
Murphy began as an Indian trading post called Huntersville, then
Huntington, and finally was named after Archibald D. Murphey, who was a
state senator and an advocate of education in Western North Carolina.
Andrews and its surrounding valley is ringed to the north and east by
the Snowbird Mountains. The town of Andrews offers a quiet reminder of
days when this area of North Carolina was part of the rugged mountain
terrain, when roads were only horse trails, and when everyone looked out
for his neighbor. Things haven't changed all that much. Horses still
abound in the area and friendliness, neighborliness, and a sense of
security still prevail.
The history of Andrews is closely related to the building of the
Richmond and Danville Railroad, which was complete in Andrews in the
spring of 1890. Andrews was named in honor of the railroad's second vice
president, Colonel A. B. Andrews.
BRASSTOWN AND OTHER COMMUNITIES
Cherokee County has several unique communities sprinkled throughout its
mountains and valleys. One of the most well-known is the craft community
of Brasstown. Topton, the gateway to the Nantahala Gorge offers many
recreational facilities. The Peachtree community is home to Murphy
Medical Center, Tri-County Community College and several of the county's
industries. It is one of the fastest growing areas in the county. Other
communities include Hiwassee Dam, which boasts its own high school,
Marble, Ranger, Martin's Creek, Bellview, Hanging Dog and Culberson.
Lake Hiwassee is one of the
most picturesque vacation retreat lakes in the southeast. With most of
163 miles of shoreline preserved by the USFS Nantahala National Forest,
Lake Hiwassee's breathtaking beauty remains unspoiled. Quiet secluded
coves and inlets on Lake Hiwasse provide excellent opportunities for swimming,
boating, fishing, or just relaxing and enjoying the view. From the
spring's mountain laurel to the glorious colors of fall, Lake Hiwassee's engaging scenery can be enjoyed year round. Bear Paw on Lake
Hiwassee is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
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