There are many benefits to living in the High Country. Ashe County real estate offers beautiful views, serene locations, and peaceful atmospheres, but more importantly, Christmas trees. That’s right, the beautiful Fraser Firs North Carolina is known for are grown right here in the High Country, and many farms in the area are members of the Ashe County Christmas Tree association. Though we here at Century 21 Heritage Realty love all seasons, we can’t help but get overwhelmed with excitement the closer the Holiday season gets.
Fall is officially falling and we are progressing ever forward into November. Soon Thanksgiving will be here. We will all stuff our faces, and after a brief nap, we will turn our faces toward the farms of Ashe County with high hopes of finding the perfect Christmas tree. The Ashe County Christmas Tree Association recognizes Saturday, November 26th 2016 as the official opening day of choose and cut season.
Living in Ashe County real estate gives you the perfect opportunity to visit many farms if you choose. Fraser Firs aren’t the only type of trees offered by the members of the Christmas Tree Association – in fact, most farms grow a wide variety of Christmas Tree species. Many farms also offer wreaths and garland. Bring the whole family along for the opportunity to visit gift shops, take hay rides, and enjoy some warm refreshments. There are many activities to enjoy to make your Christmas Tree picking trip a memorable experience for everyone.
When you are looking for your next home, Christmas Trees are just one of the many reasons to consider Ashe County real estate. Visit Century 21 Heritage Realty for our listings and we’ll help you find the perfect spot in our beautiful mountain town.
For more information on Christmas Trees and Tree Farms in Ashe County, visit www.ashecountychristmastrees.com