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3.44 Acres – Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains offering a Great Buildable site with your own Private Year-Round Stream! 

$ 32,700
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Privacy when you want it, conveniently located to many nearby attractions and modern-day conveniences!

Spruce Pine is a quaint Blue Ridge Mountain town that is convenient to some of the region’s most impressive peaks. The town is sandwiched in between the Pisgah National Forest to the south and the Cherokee National Forest to the north making this an ideal vacation spot for people looking to explore the region’s abundant natural beauty.

This property is just waiting for its “Forever Family” to come, explore and begin building, a Home\Weekend Retreat and memories that last a lifetime.  It is located close to many nearby attractions and towns.  Spruce Pine is located between Asheville, Boone, and Little Switzerland less than 15 minutes – you can’t beat the location and the abundance of things to do.  Here you can enjoy the great outdoors year-round!  Hiking, Biking, Swimming, shopping just to name a few.  

This lot offers you a great building spot, and a gentle slope leveling off with your own private year-round creek to enjoy! Privacy when you want it and modern conveniences when you need them.   If you’re looking for a place to bring family and friends for a week OR a weekend getaway this place is for you!

What’s not to love!

  • Linville Falls
    • Linville Falls is the most visited waterfall on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Three tiers of waterfall plunge into the deep, roaring Linville Gorge. There are several trails around the area, but the main one to see the falls is 1.6 miles (2.5 km) round trip and very easy.
  • Little Switzerland
    • Little Switerzland is commonly known as the “Jewel of the Blue Ridge Parkway,” this quaint town is tucked in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains and has a lot to offer, from dining, shopping, bookstores where you can enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee to restaurants offering Mountain views, this town offers something for everyone and is a must on places to stop and check out.
  • Asheville
    • Asheville is a city in western North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. It’s known for a vibrant arts scene and historic architecture, including the dome-topped Basilica of Saint Lawrence. The vast 19th-century Biltmore estate displays artwork by masters like Renoir. The Downtown Art District is filled with galleries and museums, and in the nearby River Arts District, former factory buildings house artists’ studios
  • Boone
    • Boone offers anything and everything from breathtaking vistas of the Blue Ridge Parkway to the inviting forests and streams of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Boone gives you a million ways to step away from your everyday routine.  The town offers you beautiful fall colors, mild summers, and cool springs!  From hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, or zip-lining they’ve got that.  If you want something different like checking out a street festival or listening to live music – Boone will not disappoint.
  • Mt Mitchell State Park
    • Mt. Mitchell is the highest mountain peak in the eastern United States.  At an elevation of 6,684 ft, Mt. Mitchell is located in the 1,855-acre Mt. Mitchell State Park. While State Parks are managed separately from National Parks such as the Blue Ridge Parkway, Mt. Mitchell State Park is only accessible from the Blue Ridge Parkway.  It offers  The breathtaking views and climate at the peak make Mt. Mitchell a popular stop for many Parkway travelers. Mt. Mitchell State Park includes hiking trails, picnic spots, and an observation deck with 360-degree views.
  • Blue Ridge Parkway
    • The Blue Ridge Parkway is a chain of roads that weave through the various regions from Virginia to North Carolina the parkway covers 469 miles and offers many ways to explore the region’s vibrant living traditions. From Cherokee life and agricultural history to Southern Appalachian crafts and music you will enjoy it all.  The Parkway covers a wide range of habitats along the Appalachian Mountains, and some of these habitats are exceptionally rare. Visitors encounter unsurpassed diversity of climate, vegetation, wildlife, and geological features.
    • Click here to view Blue Ridge Parkways Interactive map – a fantastic tool for planning your trip.
  • Crabtree Falls
    • Crabtree Falls is known as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the area, Crabtree Falls is a 70-foot and you can access it by one of two trails.  There is a 3-mile hike which is considered to be fairly easy OR if you want something a bit more challenging – you can take the 3.5-mile loop that follows a ridge above the waterfalls. Both trails are beautiful – the choice is yours.

Call us today and find out how fast, easy and simple it is to buy this Gem Today! (617) 843-5267

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Property Details:

APN:0777-00-35-0537

Property Type: Vacant Land
Legal Address: Crabtree Rd, Spruce Pine, NC 28777
Access to Property:  Buckeye Lane, Spruce Pine, NC 28777

County: Mitchell County
Terrain: Varied Terrain (Rolling)
Power:  Power Near By 
Water: Well will be needed 
Sewer: Septic system will be needed 
Roads:  Dirt\Gravel
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $223.60
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company

GPS Coordinates:

Approximate Entrance to Property from Buckeye Land (Deeded Right of Way): 35.840350, -82.127800
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Survey and Right of Way Information

Light Restrictions:

  • Modular, Prefab Homes, Stick Built  – Allowed
    • No size restrictions
    • One temporary dwelling allowed during the construction of permanent dwelling
  • RV/Travel Trailers – Not Allowed
  • Mobile Homes – Not Allowed

The Area:

Mitchell County is a county located in and is the home of  “Mineral City of the World”, Spruce Pine and Roan Mountain which includes the world’s largest natural rhododendron garden, and the longest stretch of grassy bald in the Appalachian range. The county was formed in 1861 from parts of Burke County, Caldwell County, McDowell County, Watauga County, and Yancey County. It was named for Elisha Mitchell.  The county took a direct hit from “The Storm of the Century”, also known as the “’93 Superstorm”, or “The (Great) Blizzard of 1993”. This storm event was similar in nature to a hurricane. 

 

About Us:

Our company, Mohegan Real Estate LLC, is a family-owned property investment company. We acquire real estate far below market value and pass the savings on to our customers. We take pride in professional individualized service, quick and convenient transactions, and buyer satisfaction.

Disclaimer: This property is either owned by Mohegan Real Estate LLC or under contract and selling the equitable interest in the contract. Equal Opportunity Housing.

Documents
Zip: 28777
Country: United States
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Property Id : 21007
Price: $ 32,700
Property Lot Size: 3,44 ac
Structure Type: Land
Floors No: 0

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