We are a husband and wife team with over 40 years of combined real estate experience - as agents for others, and as investors in commercial and residential property as well as experience with the vacation rental market as owners of cabin rentals. We've been residents of the area since the mid-90s, and have owned property here since the 1960s. We raised a child in West Jefferson, and bring the passion that converts always bring. We left the Piedmont of North Carolina (Charlotte and Lake Norman) after many years, and haven't looked back.
Jack has been a real estate investor in the Charlotte and Mooresville areas since 1964, when he moved there from Memphis, with a short period of time in New York City. He spent many years in outside sales in hospital sales, and discovered the High Country when calling on hospitals in this area. He built his first home here in the 1980s. Michelle discovered the Ashe County area just after her first introduction to North Carolina in the early 1980s. When Jack proposed they move to the mountains, she was totally game.
The photo above is West Jefferson, circa 1916.
Here you have a picture of downtown West Jefferson t oday, the site of our annual Novmer holiday parade (pictured) as well as our Annual Christmas in July Festival of Art and Music. A pedestrian friendly town with shops, galleries and restaurants, we offer a wide variety of entertainment. Ashe County and the surrounding counties have many festivals throughout the year - music, art and local products are the attractions.
If you are seeking to buy or sell mountain real estate, West Jefferson real estate, Ashe County real estate, or Virginia mountain real estate, give us a call. We can help you find the perfect vacation cabin, second home, retirement home (our area was called by one magazine, "the best kept secret for retirement") or other investment property, including tracks of land.
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