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1.39 acre to build your South Appalachian Mountain Retreat!

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

€ 7,031

£5,892.19
$7,947.84

1.39 acre to build your South Appalachian Mountain Retreat!

NEW YEAR SALE!!! ***MEGA DISCOUNT FOR LIMITED TIME!!!***

This 1.39 acre residential lot is conveniently located at the approximate elevation of 4240 ft and is less than 15 minutes away from the picturesque small towns of Sylva and Dillsboro which provide all conveniences - great dining, shopping opportunities, boutique stores, farmers and designer markets to cover your needs.

This lot belongs to the excellent Cane Creek Ridge private community which has many features that other HOAs do not have - such as High Speed Internet, own snow removal, neighbourhood watch and much more.
Annual Property Taxes: $ 55.12
Annual HOA Fees: $ 440.00
Size (In Acres): 1.39
Road Access: Yes - Paved. Road easement by Deed.
Electricity: Yes
Zoning: R-1 Residential. It is not in the flood zone area!
Terrain: Sloping
One family dwellings, including Conventional stick built, Modular homes, and Manufactured homes on permanent foundations are permitted according to county, this of course, must comply with HOA requirements as well. For further details regarding the HOA please refer to: https://www.canecreekridgehoa.com/

The Smoky Mountains and the Tuckasegee river provide many fun activities - hiking, tubing, fly fishing, kayaking, mountain biking and much more. Just 20 minutes away is the stunning Cowee Mountain Overlook which will take your breath away.

Contact us today and start building your dream house here!

Site

Property ID: 38341

For:
Sale
Habitable:
Yes
Size of land:
5625 m²
Presently:
Empty

USA

North Carolina

Address:
Lt 41B Scarlet Ridge, Cullowhee, NC 28723
Jackson County

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