TBA Jodytown Road Cashiers, NC 28717
Imagine life above the clouds! Some of the best views in the area with mountain landscape vistas for miles and miles. Surrounded by protected forestry, enjoy complete and total privacy at 4800-foot elevation. Springs, waterfalls, and cool summer breezes! GOAT KNOB ESTATE "Quite probably the best home site views on the plateau!" This is a rare opportunity to own an incredible property. The gated seventy-one-acre estate runs from Jodytown Road to the top of Goat Knob. The existing drive meanders through five deeded 2+ acre homesites (included in sale), past magnificent boulder walls, long-range views, a connecting road to the Yellow Mountain Trail, past a handsome 4 +/- acre horse pasture complete with electrified fencing, and then emerges at a jaw-dropping cleared flat plateau big enough for several homes. Enjoy an unobstructed 240-degree view of the valley below (including Mountain Top and The Cove) and the fabulous Blue Ridge Mountains beyond. The property, which rises to 4,652 feet of elevation, backs up to National Forestry lands, ensuring privacy. Two active wells and underground power serve the sub-dividable estate. All of this exists only 6 miles from the Crossroads in Cashiers and only 3 miles from the Mountain Top entrance. PINs: 7552-04-4788 @ 65.67 Acres, 7552-25-0167 @ 2.85 A, 7552-14-7933 @ 3.22 A, 7552-24-1885 @ 2.14 A, 7552-14-8679 @ 2.66 A, 7552-14-7435 @ 2.56 A
Listing Brokerage NameTrillium Land & Realty Company, LLC
Community - Cashiers
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Located in the Nantahala National Forest and just 10 miles from Highlands, North Carolina, Cashiers is a popular destination.
What is Cashiers, NC known for?
Situated in Cashiers, North Carolina, Panthertown Valley is home to more than 6,311 acres of spectacular views, soaring mountains, roaring waterfalls, gorges and valleys.
Things to do in Cashiers, NC
Home to an abundance of rainfall each year, Cashiers has more than 10 waterfalls to see and explore, and not all of them require visitors to go on a long hike first.
And of course, the ever popular Panthertown Valley, is a huge hit with visitors and residents alike.
A fly fisherman’s paradise, Cashiers is lucky enough to house the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail, where fly fishers will experience 15 ideal places to reel in brown, rainbow and and brook trout.
Take a break from exploring the outdoors when you stroll through the Cashiers Farmers Market, where you can buy from local farmers and artisans and get a quick bite to eat.
Cashiers, NC weather
Technically classified as a temperate rainforest, Cashiers receives a large amount of precipitation each year. An escape from the heat, in July, which is the hottest month all year, the average temperature is 81 degrees. Expectedly, January is the coldest month of the year and temperatures average around 37 degrees. Air quality is exceptional in Cashiers, with data reporting the pollution index is 86% better than the national average.
Real Estate in Cashiers, North Carolina
Homes for sale in Cashiers, NC range from cozy cabins to mountain retreats and lake-side luxuries. Featured communities where most residents reside include Glenville, Highlands, Lake Toxaway, Sapphire, and Cullowhee.
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