Murphy, NC Offers True Mountain Living in Wolf Mountain Estates

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Real Estate Agent with Murphy and Hayesville, NC; Hiawassee, Blairsville, Blue Ridge GA and Copperhill TN

Murphy NC has many great subdivisions, but if you’re looking for true mountain living then Wolf Mountain Estates is the place to live.

Wolf Mountain Estates is a prestigious mountaintop community featuring home sites and acreage with breathtaking scenic views at up to 3,000 feet. Spectacular views abound throughout the development, from the mountains to rushing streams flowing between towering hardwood trees. Wolf Mountain Estates is conveniently located just 20 minutes west of Murphy, NC in the westernmost tip of North Carolina among some of the largest yet most secluded and untouched mountains in the southern Appalachians. Residents are able to relax in the quiet, peaceful surroundings, but are close to modern conveniences, shopping and many outdoor activities including whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding and sightseeing and hiking all over the USFS lands. Of course you can also relax in the Clubhouse or throw out some fish food in the nearby pond.

Wolf Mountain Views, Murphy NCThe one thing that will really catch your attention is that Wolf Mountain Estates was meticulously designed to preserve the mountain’s natural beauty and secluded privacy while enhancing its existing features, including the large rock formations, gentle ridges and of course, magnificent views. Passers by see only a few rooftops peeking out from among the ridgetop trees, not the typical bulldozed terraces with dozens of look-alike homes. All lots are generously-sized to ensure privacy, ranging from no less than 1 acre to as large as 10+ acres. Most properties are easily accessed from a well-developed network of paved roads. In all, the development boasts more than 600 total acres, secluded and protected from over-development.

Come and experience the peaceful, untouched beauty of the mountain and see why it is one of Western North Carolina’s most premier developments, and why it could be the next and last place you call “home.”  So sit back and take a few moments to view this virtual tour for yourself and see what a “true mountain community” looks elik in Murphy, NC.

 

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Your neighborhood is breathtaking.... Makes me start thinking about my future retirement plans.

March 29, 2010 09:22 PM
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Murphy and Hayesville, NC; Hiawassee, Blairsville, Blue Ridge GA and Copperhill TN

Thanks Loreena. Come enjoy the four seasons with us in the North Carolina mountains!

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