Sugar Grove

North Carolina



354 ACRES, SUGAR GROVE

North Carolina

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    1655 Joe Farthing Road
    Sugar Grove, North Carolina

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– Subject property is actively listed for sale by North Carolina licensed real estate agent Kevin Keeter (LIC#296620) of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices – Carolinas Realty (LIC#C9751). Luxury Estates Auction Company (LEAC) and North Carolina licensed real estate auctioneer Jeff Morris #10316 are providers of auction marketing services. LEAC, its agents and representatives, nor the seller guarantee the listing information and shall not be held liable for any errors or omissions in the listing or any other advertising and materials.
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We Are Still Negotiating After The Auction

Situated on the North Carolina and Tennessee border and within the Pisgah National Forest, Timber Ridge consists of 354 total acres that abounds with opportunities and the natural beauty that draws so many visitors to the southern Appalachian Mountains every year.

Ideally situated only 30 minutes from the popular ski towns of Boone and Banner Elk, North Carolina and just 20 minutes from the recreational opportunities offered at Watauga Lake in Johnson County, TN, Timber Ridge is uniquely positioned to be developed to offer vacation cabins, rv sites, horse trails, hiking or other outdoor activities, and even more primitive camping options.

Although there are a plethora of outdoor opportunities available around the property, there are just as many options available on site. With over one mile of the property bordering the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee and over 3000 feet of frontage on the Watauga River, there is something for everyone. You can spend the day hiking through the natural wilderness, trout fishing in the river, leisurely tubing down the stream, or just relaxing and taking in the miles of mountain views. Be sure and have your camera ready to capture a shot of the native wildflowers and the wildlife that inhabit the area including bear, deer, turkey, grouse, wild cats and numerous birds.

In addition to the Watauga River, there are at least 3 springs on the property. Access to different areas of the property is available from roads that have been roughed in to the Tennessee state line and down to the Watauga River. There are also numerous old logging roads that would make great hiking trails.

The property is divided into 3 parcels of 265, 65 and 24 acres selling as a whole.