Sparta NC is Alleghany County’s cultural and governmental center and busiest town. Due to its proximity to the interstate and major highways NC 18 and NC 21, Sparta is a popular getaway destination and second home community. It is a small town that continues to grow. It is convenient to I-7 from exit 83 (northbound) or 85. It is also easy to reach by the Blue Ridge Parkway, just a short drive from NC 18 intersection near Cumberland Knob, US 21 Mile Post 229 and NC 18 at Laurel Springs, Mile Post 248. The present Courthouse was constructed in 1910 and is listed in the National Register of historic buildings. River events, Bluegrass festivals and numerous art related events are scheduled year around in this area. Birding has also become a popular pastime among both visitors and homeowners as Sparta is home to many unique and rare birds. If you seek to escape the modern day life and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Blue Ridge, you’ll love Sparta, North Carolina.
Century 21 Heritage Realty represents both buyers and sellers of Sparta NC real estate. We would love to show you properties in this area of Alleghany County. If you are searching for acreage for sale, or farm lands, Sparta, North Carolina offers picturesque scenery that cannot be found in other areas of the Blue Ridge mountains. This region is one that has been preserved like none other.