This offering sets in the heart of the finest recreational area in southern Appalachian
With excellent frontage on US 19 West and less than a third of a mile to Fontana Lake, this unrestricted 18 acres offers unlimited opportunity for commercial, recreational, or residential development.
Picture your custom mountain sanctuary nestled in the bucolic forest filled with undergrowth of fern, wildflowers, and abundant mountain laurel.
Follow a series of old logging trails that meander throughout your forest home providing a private playground for hiking, biking, hunting, horseback riding, or ATV.
Two Fonatana Lake marinas are within 4 miles. Within 7 miles are the Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) and access to the acclaimed Appalachian Trail made even more famous via the motion picture A Walk in the Woods starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte.
Also abounding in the area are many and varied opportunities for tubing, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, rafting, kayaking, hiking, camping, and horseback riding.
There are numerous building sites for private estate, family compound, or residential community development.
With some selective clearing there can be beautiful scenic views of Fontana Lake and the mountains beyond from any number of different home sites.
Harrah’s Casino, Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, Cherokee Indian Reservation, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park are all within 30 minutes.
While visiting Cherokee you’ll want to be sure to take in Unto These Hills, a drama telling the Cherokee’s rich story from 1780 to the twenty-first century performed live in the amphitheater under the stars. During your day visit to Cherokee you will not want to miss a visit to the Oconaluftee Indian Village, an authentic recreation of a 1760s Cherokee Indian village complete with dwellings, work areas (where you can observe the traditional craftsmen plying their trades just as they did over two centuries ago), and sacred ritual sites.
The scenic and historic mountain towns of Cherokee, (on the Cherokee Indian Reservation), Bryson City, Sylva, and Dillsboro are within just a few minutes drive and are sure to delight. These mountain towns are not only scenic and entertaining in their own right but they have been the sites for a number of major block buster motion pictures. Among them are: Deliverance, Three Bilboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, and The Fugitive.
Development possibilities are limitless.
Priced under tax value for quick sell.