NC Mountain Cabins

Century 21 Heritage Realty features the best selection of NC Mountain cabins available in Ashe, Alleghany, Watauga counties, as well as parts of Virginia and Tennessee. If you are looking to buy premium mountain real estate at a great price, you should view the real estate listings in our area. New properties are added to the MLS on a regular basis, sometimes each day. If you’ve ever visited our region, you know that it is one of the most unspoiled areas of the Blue Ridge.

Search for NC Mountain cabins near the county see of Ashe County, Jefferson. With a population of just under 30,000, you’ll enjoy the small town mountain life that this area affords you. Walk the same trails that Daniel Boone once hunted on, swim in the ancient New River’s calm waters, and hike the Blue Ridge Parkway. The weather here is always wonderful, with four distinct seasons of mountain beauty. In the summer, temperatures hardly ever soar above 80 degrees, and there’s always a cool mountain breeze. Fall brings gorgeous leaves that blanket mountainsides. Winter offers a time of quiet beauty, with enough snowfall to make picturesque scenes. Spring offers mountain wild flowers and calming rains.

There’s always something for everyone here. If you like history, you can find out more about site of the Battle of the Big Glades, a Revolutionary War battle that was fought in the area. The area features tons of Appalachian Mountain culture with little general stores that host mountain jamborees with live music to artists in the area that keep the traditions of mountain weaving, and other types of mountain art alive.

Our team is equipped to provide you with the right advice and knowledge about buying NC Mountain cabins in Ashe County. Perhaps you are ready to retire or you are looking for a vacation home for your family. Others of you may be looking for investment properties in the area. Some may be first time home buyers that are trying to find a quaint cabin that is budget friendly. We are here to find the mountain home of your dreams. Contact us for help with Ashe County real estate.

Log Cabins for Sale in NC

There are many locales in the Blue Ridge Mountains where you can find and buy log cabins for sale in NC. You will find the finest and best selection of secluded log cabins for sale in the area of Ashe County and Alleghany right near the Tennessee and Virginia borders. If you long for quiet days where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the suburbs or city life, you should choose our area for your mountain hideaway.

Start your search here. On our site you can access all of the log cabins for sale in NC in the High Country region of North Carolina, which includes Watauga, Ashe, Avery, Alleghany, and Wilkes counties. You’ll find river properties located on or near the New River, mountain properties that having amazing views of Pond Mountain, Mount Jefferson and other peaks in the region, and properties that are close to the Blue Ridge Parkway.

You can narrow your search by price, location, acreage, bedrooms/bathrooms, and square footage. You’ll see each township listed if you are searching for a property that is in Lansing, Fleetwood, Todd, Grassy Creek, Glendale West Jefferson, Jefferson, Creston, Roaring Creek, and Sparta. If you are looking for log cabins for sale in NC, you’ll find all different sizes and choices of cabins. We list everything from rustic old farmhouse style cabins, to brand new timber-frame builds.

Now more than ever people are searching for log cabins for sale in NC. Ashe County. Some are looking for investment properties, others are looking for family vacation homes that they can share for generations to come. We have cabins close in to everything including golf, hiking, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the New River, dense forests, rolling farmlands, and majestic views.

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Investment Property in Ashe County

Are you wondering if the idea of purchasing investment realty is a good idea? You may not be alone.  Property is one of the largest asset classes and probably one of the most predictable.  Folks who have been investing in the Ashe County area have found that they experience low inconsistencies and steady return over time.

Because of the fact that the value of property rarely goes to zero, investment property is a safe way to invest your capital. One factor you may have to deal with is natural disasters that may come along and destroy your property, but under normal circumstances your property value should remain constant.  Consider after the stock market crashed in 2008 and prices fell approximately 25% and banks were foreclosing on many properties. If you were able to hold out and maintain your property, prices eventually made a come back. We are now entering a similar time when markets are unstable and land prices remain steady. It’s a great time to invest in real estate after interest rates were just cut.

While the entire state of North Carolina is quickly becoming an attractive place to invest in the real estate market, there are specific areas that stand out the most. One of those places being Ashe County. This county is full of small towns that take you back in time to when things were a little simpler.

NC Mountain Cabins for Sale

nc mountain cabins for sale Rolling hills and green pastures await you in Ashe County. This place where the Blue Ridge Mountains tower above the ancient New River is an outdoor paradise where many wish to retire to, or buy a vacation home. Our slowed down way of life is one that people don’t get to experience much these days. If the mountains are calling you, think about buying mountain property for sale in Ashe County. We can show you homes, NC Mountain cabins for sale and farms listed with amazing views. Ready to retreat to the mountains?

Ashe County borders Watauga and Alleghany Counties in North Carolina, Johnson County in Tennessee and Grayson County, Virginia. It’s unique position makes it the ideal place to purchase a cabin. It’s secluded, yet close enough to Appalachian State University and the city of Boone, North Carolina and all of its amenities. Also a short distance away is the Grayson Highlands with its wild ponies that you can hike to view. You can look out across your property and see eagles and hawks flying, deer grazing, you may catch a glimpse of a family of wild turkeys crossing your section of the Blue Ridge.

There are many NC Mountain cabins for sale that are close in to the Blue Ridge Parkway in Ashe County. There’s award winning trout streams all around the area that you can check out if you are an avid fisherman. Hiking and mountain biking are popular pursuits, as well. We’d love to show you the extraordinary life that you can have in the mountains when you buy NC Mountain cabins for sale in Ashe County.

We list and sell real estate throughout Watauga, Ashe, Alleghany and Wilkes county. If you are looking for large tracts of acreage, we can help you with buying land in locations nearby in Virginia and Tennessee. We are the Ashe County real estate experts!

Contact Century 21 Heritage Realty

11 Beaver Creek School Rd
West Jefferson, NC 28694

(800) 865-4221
(336) 246-2664



Cabins for Sale in North Carolina

Century 21 Heritage Realty is a real estate firm prepared to assist you with your purchase if you are searching for cabins for sale in North Carolina. We are based in the Blue Ridge, in a western county known as Ashe County. Our county borders that states of Virginia on the north end, and Tennessee on the western portion. We offer real estate for sale in NC mountains that features fantastic elevation ranges, without being exceptionally tortuous like the nearby Black Mountain range, which includes the highest mountains in the Eastern United States.

Instead of the tallest mountains in the eastern U.S., Ashe County’s mountains range elevation from 2,480 feet near the lowest portions of the county along the ancient New River, and 5,195 feet above sea level at the peak area near Elk Knob. This peak is simply called, The Peak, however it is very different from the average elevation of Ashe County, which hovers somewhere near 3000 feet, despite other tall peaks in the area, such as Mount Jefferson towering above the county.

For centuries our remote area has been a secret among wealthy second home and retirement home property owners and a beloved hunting ground for those seeking refuge in nature. There are several properties that are available on the Ashe County real estate multiple listing service right now that are ideal if you are searching for cabins for sale in North Carolina. No matter what type, there’s something for you.

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Types of Cabins for Sale in North Carolina

Log Cabins for Sale

Log cabins come in all shapes and sizes and were a favorite type of structure that the settlers to the area built in the late 18th century. There are still a few remnants of these primitive structures scattered about the area. Many are now historical points of interest, such as the Hutchinson Homestead located at Stone Mountain State Park in Roaring Gap. Older log cabins and log-built homes can be found. Most are usually labeled as rustic or sold with a large sized land tract in cases where the home itself is not as salvageable.

Newer log cabins can be constructed out of most any building material and made to resemble a true log cabin. There are many builders that can build a home out of prefabricated logs and kit plans that will save you money and a great deal of time in building. Whether you are looking for an authentically built log cabin that is created in the same manner as the bygone days, or are looking to build a modern cabin with a great deal of amenities and add-ons that building methods of the 21st century affords, we can help you. We would love to discuss the type of log cabins for sale that you are looking for and show you some that will surpass your dreams.

Split Level Homes 

Split level homes is a house in which the floor levels are not uniform, as in staggered. Usually these homes have two short sets of stairs; one that leads to an upper bedroom, and one that leads downward towards a family room, or basement area. These are seen in suburban areas and has remained a popular style of house since the 1950s.

A Frame Cabins

Many cabins built in our area are A-frame or slant frame cabins. This means that their façade resembles the letter ‘A’ with a slanted roof. These can be small, or grand in size. Some A-frame homes feature portions off to each side that are attached to this main part of the home, and others are comprised solely of the area within the ‘A’. This style of home was hugely popular in the mid-20th century when various architects began constructing vacation homes in this unique style. Our area has an abundant of this style of vacation home. If you are interested in A frame types of cabins for sale in North Carolina, we’d love to show you several that will fit what you are looking for in a home or vacation home.

Rustic Farmhouse Cabins for Sale

Rustic farmhouses are well constructed and usually feature beautiful, unique details such as custom trim, custom windows and even stained glass. Several are built atop custom stone foundations, something that you will not see as often in our modern times. Shows like ‘This Old House’ and the popularity of farmhouse chic on channels such as HGTV and others have increased the popularity of home buyers searching for rustic farmhouses and these types of cabins for sale in North Carolina.

River Cabins

The New River flows through Ashe and Allegany counties creating some striking landscapes along the way. All along the river valleys you’ll see river cabins available for rent and sale. Many investors purchase these to rent out in the warmer months. They stay booked virtually all season long. When considering a river cabin, you want to be close into the river and in an area that does not flood often. Of course, living along a river there is always a threat of flooding, however the New River is at a low risk of flooding these days as it supplies water to the nearby town of Boone, North Carolina, home of Appalachian State University. The town draws water from the New River and controls its levels. We can speak with you about the different cabins for sale in North Carolina that are found along the portions of the New River that flow through our region.

Foreclosed Homes in Ashe County

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Over the past years shows about flipping houses have come onto the market with a bang! These shows focus on buying homes that need a little extra love and attention and they turn them into amazing homes! Therefore, homes under foreclosure have become a major point of interest in the world of real estate.

With Ashe County real estate prices on the rise, a great place to look for your next home to flip is Century 21 Heritage Realty. We have options for any area of Ashe County and have several homes offered through short sale or foreclosure. Although many have different connotations about purchasing a home that has been foreclosed on, it is really no different from buying a regular home. However, you should know before getting into the thick of buying a foreclosed home, there will be a lot of hard work involved.

At the time of this post, here are 24 properties that are listed in foreclosure, or a short sale scenario in the High Country MLS. In Creston, there’s a property with two very large homes totaling over 10,000 square feet and tons of potential for being made into a small farm/ranch, or bed and breakfast for just $304,000. It’s situated on 15 acres of land. It’s situated right beside Three Top Mountain state property and could even be made into a small hostel or lodging location for travelers looking to access and enjoy Three Top Mountain. This ‘island in the sky’ needs a visionary buyer that will transform it into what it could be. Our area needs a new venture of this sort. You certainly would likely not have trouble finding business.

In Roaring Gap, in Alleghany County, you’ll find a 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 2,299 square foot home on a nice lot, listed for $222,500. This home has a charming trim and lots of nice features. The best part is it’s proximity to the High Meadows Golf and Country Club. IT’s located on the #7 green!

If you are looking for an absolute steal, check out this property listed for $137,500 in Lansing. It features 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, and has 1,788 square feet. MLS #214773 features some new improvements as repairs have recently been made to it. The owner of the property is adamant about it being move-in ready, so you can expect it to only improve until it is sold.

Want to find a property for less than $100,000? Right now there are three fantastic options in Ashe County real estate foreclosures. One in West Jefferson, with 902 square feet (MLS #219363), another in Jefferson with 1,039 square feet (MLS #219324) and a spacious mobile home in Fleetwood featuring 3 bedrooms and 2 baths (MLS #214045) for under $100,000. These homes would be great starter homes for singles, or a small family.

If you are interested in buying foreclosures in the Ashe County real estate market, please give us a call. We can guide you through the process and represent you and your interests as a buyer. If you’ve never bought real estate before, you should be aware that buying a foreclosure is a much different process than buying a home for sale that is not in a foreclosed or short sale scenario. Lenders generally want to see a home be in livable condition before offering you financing for a foreclosure. If the home is in a reasonable condition, and you are considered a well qualified client, with excellent credit and good signs of being a reliable financee, then they will extend a loan to you. First time home buyers should not be leery of buying a foreclosure, it is possible, however there are conditions that you need to ensure are in place and you should expect to have to make some level of improvements in most cases.

NC Housing Market Analysis for 2020

The North Carolina housing market it hot right now.  Thousands of people are moving to the state every day for different reason.  Some are looking for real estate in a big city like Charlotte, while others are looking to find a little respite in the quiet mountains of Ashe County. Our region is perfectly situated far enough away from the hub of Boone, North Carolina and all of its traffic from being the home of Appalachian State, to offer quiet views and exceptional outdoor pursuits. The widening project of Highway 221 through Deep Gap in Watauga County, to West Jefferson creates a great deal of growth potential for our area.


2020 Real Estate Trends – Info You Should Know

Wow, we can’t believe it’s already 2020. We are ready for the real estate sales that this year will bring. You may be aware of this, but 2019 was a huge year in the U.S. housing market. Nationally, median home prices went up to $316,000, which is a record high figure. Folks are already talking about the real estate market in 2020 and what this year will bring. Will it be like last year and prove to be a record breaking year? We pulled together some insights into the trends for the 2020 real estate market that you should be aware of.

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Trend #1 – Home Prices are Slowly Rising….Still

Home prices are still going up, ever so slowly. This upward movement is nice to see, however last year’s home prices grew slower than the previous year’s growth. This year is expected to be about like last year in terms of the growth in home prices rising. Experts believe that the growth will be somewhere around 2.8% nationally. That means that home prices will continue to creep up higher and higher. This is not a bad thing for buyers even though prices may slowly be going up. This is a sign of a healthy market. Sellers love the possibilities here as there are higher profits on the horizon. You might see lower numbers of offers if you are placing your home on the market due to some buyers being placed out of the market due to the rising costs. You should wait for the right offer, and ensure that your home has a lot of curb appeal compared to others in your market area.

Trend #2 – Mortgage Interest Rates Have Dropped

Since 2019, mortgage interest rates have been dropping at a steady pace for most types of loans. This has made banks have to compete more for your loan. Right now, interest rates are lower than 4%. For a 30 year mortgage expect them to be around 3.7%, and around 3.2% for a 15 year mortgage. We could see the Federal Reserve raise the rates slowly to even out the shifts in the economy that might evolve from tariffs and trade wars, however it shouldn’t be anything too significant. Sellers love seeing this trend as it generates more buyers in the market, increasing the odds that their home for sale will sell quickly. Our Ashe County real estate professionals are ready to assist you with the sale of your property in the area. Give us a call today to discuss the details that you’d like to ensure with your sale.

Trend #3 – Millennial Buyers

It’s not secret that the buyers of most properties right now seem to be from the millennial generation. They make up the largest percentage of home buyers in the country. Millennials are folks with birthdays in between 1980 and 1998, a wide range of years for a generation. This generation is Internet savvy and looking for deals online all the time. They do their research and are usually the first ones to use social media when it comes to, well, pretty much anything. What this means for sellers is that you should ensure that your property’s online presence is well represented. You should make sure that your online listings are upgraded and pushed to various arenas online that will ensure it is seen by this group of buyers. Millennial buyers are less concerned with the size of a home, and more concerned with its carbon footprint and luxury perks. They’ll pay extra for things like laundry rooms, hardwood siding, patio space, garage / indoor storage, and a walk in pantry. If you are a seller and you are thinking of what kinds of upgrades to make to your home before selling, you should think about this list of upgrades that millenials will be looking for most.

Buyers right now should expect that the market is filled with others like them. If you are looking for a family home with three bedrooms in a central location with nice perks added, expect a great deal of competition when it comes to your offers that you are making. When you keep this in mind you are guaranteed to be the top offer winner when there are a lot of other like-minded buyers in the same market as you.

We are a bit more insulated from national trends, being in a remote, mostly resort area of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We are surrounded by the wilderness and all of the best parts of living in a friendly, small town you can get when buying Ashe County Real Estate. Even though it may take a bit longer to notice these trends in our area, it is still worthwhile to be aware of them and that they are at play in our times right now.

If you are a buyer, we can show you our inventory of homes for sale Ashe County NC and help you find the home of your dreams. If you are a first timer, we can coach you through the entire process and help you to know what you should do to make a worthwhile offer in a market that includes many other buyers like yourself. If you are trying to sell your property for your asking price and ensure that it is properly marketed, give us a call so that our experts can handle all of the marketing of your property. We know what it it takes to sell Ashe County real estate.

Upcoming Ashe County / High Country Events in 2020

ashe county properties for saleThere are so many fun upcoming events taking place in our area. We put together a nice list of things to do and fun things to check out. Living in Ashe County, North Carolina is a blessing. We are so happy to call this area home. We love welcoming others to the area as well. If you are looking to buy or sell Ashe County real estate in the coming weeks or months, we invite you to give us a call at 1-800-865-4221.

Live Music – The Hotel Tavern Concert Series

Each Friday and Saturday, The Hotel Tavern, a downtown hotspot, features live music from 6pm to 9pm. The Hotel Tavern is located at 5 W Main Street in West Jefferson. The tavern website features a list of upcoming performers.

Music Bingo at the Brew Haus

This is an ongoing event that takes place at the Brew Haus at Boondocks Brewing Company each Thursday night except for the 2nd Thursday of each month. This is not your Regular Bingo. Music Clips will be played and you match the song to your Bingo Card. All music genre are covered…everything from Hank to Frank and a few TV shows mixed in to. Limited Menu and Cash Bar provided. Grab your friends and come enjoy a fun night out!!

Line Dancing Lessons – Every Thursday Night

Join Blue Ridge Theater & Jennifer Pasley-Smith for an hour of line dance instruction & an hour of free dance! $5.00/person at the door. The first Thursday of the month is beginner’s night where we’ll concentrate on learning one dance only; the other Thursday night’s of the month we’ll learn several dances. Come, join us & dance the night away. Located at the Blue Ridge Theatre & Event Center, 9331 Old Hwy 16 S, West Jefferson, NC. 

Phipps General Store Jam 

Every Friday night from 7:00pm to 9:00pm in Lansing at the historic Phipps General Store visitors are treated to an ole time jam session. Admission is free. pectators sit and chat in benches by the old counter, or in chairs surrounding the musicians. You can hear good ole mountain music played by people of all ages, and visitors are welcome to participate. Free admission, donations welcome. Phipps General Store is located at 2425 Silas Creek Road, Lansing, NC 28643.

MLK Day Celebration by the Ashe County Arts Council 

The Ashe County Arts Council will be sponsoring a community celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, January 20 at 7:00 pm at the Ashe Arts Center in West Jefferson.The celebration will highlight the message of Dr. King and his teachings of peace, unity and equality in our society. This event is free and open to the public. For more information please call 336-846-2787.

Kruger Brothers Concert at Ashe Civic Center

Ashe County Arts Council will bring the trio the Kruger Brothers to the Ashe Civic Center on Saturday, January 25 at 7:30 pm. Kruger Brothers performances are exciting, entertaining and spontaneous, reflecting their sheer joy in playing music. Their virtuoso playing combined with the manner in which they interact with each other and with their audience makes their music uniquely special. Tickets are $27 $5 students. May be purchased at or by calling 336-846-2787.

Whitney Houston Tribute Concert – The Greatest Love of All  – at The Walker Center

Whitney’s musical legacy is brought to life in this critically acclaimed stage show described as “mind-blowingly spot on”. Be stunned by the breathtaking vocals of Belinda Davids who has performed alongside the likes of Keri Hilson, Keyshia Cole and Monica. With the accompaniment of a five-piece live band, two backing vocalists and four choreographed dancers, plus state-of-the-art sound, lighting, vision and theatrical effects. The concert takes place on January 30, 2020 from 7:30pm to 9:30 pm at The Walker Center in Wilkesboro. The address is 1328 S. Collegiate Drive, Wilkesboro.

Lyle Lovett at ASU’s Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts 

A singer, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. The concert is slated for Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 7:00opm to 9:00pm in Boone. The address is 733 Rivers St, Boone.

Century 21 Heritage Realty features Ashe County realtors with expertise in buying and selling. You can search for properties using our search MLS feature. Ready to sell? We know how to move your property and ensure that it gets sold for your asking price or more. Give us a call to discuss the details.

View these Great Listings

ashe county real estate Ashe County is filled with some fantastic current Ashe County real estate listings. Whether you are looking to diversify your real estate portfolio, flip a home, buy you first home, or perhaps purchase a second home in the mountains, at Heritage Realty, we are the team you can trust. We’d love to schedule a time for you to tour and see one of these great properties. Please reach out to our team and call us at 1-800-865-4221 or 336-246-2664.

Ashe County Homes for Sale

2 Acres with Long Range Views & Quaint Home 
The 2,272 square foot home at 1577 Hidden Springs Rd Extension, West Jefferson, NC 28694 (MLS # 212641) has so much potential, and truly remarkable views. Built in 1975, it features long range views, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. It could be made into a spectacular Air BnB or vacation rental, or your home away from home. It’s been on the market for over 200 days, and is perfect for the right buyer looking for a home that can be made into a dream vacation rental. It features floor to ceiling brick fireplaces, unique doweled oak floors, a large kitchen, and vaulted ceilings. Imagine putting up your Christmas trees next to a spectacular view that goes for 100’s of miles. It’s a short drive from the Mountains to the Sea hiking trail and downtown West Jefferson. The screened in porch is waiting for you.

Wrap Around Deck – Exceptional Views 

This 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 1,896 square foot home located in Fleetwood features amazing views of the surrounding countryside. Located at 296 Keith Street, Fleetwood, NC 28626 (MLS # 206317) this property has several great features including a large 1st level master bedroom with ceramic tiling in the bath, and a walk-in closet. Two bedrooms are located on the second level and feature a bathroom and a deck. The house is settled on 1.29 acres of fantastic mountain land where you’ll frequently see deer roaming about. It is located close to the New River, but not in a location that you will need to worry about flooding.

Beaver Creek Location

Located at 468 Beaver Drive, West Jefferson, NC 28694 (MLS # 217954) this home is located in the heart of the Beaver Creek community and features 2 story living with a lot of potential. It would be ideal for a first time home buyer family, or an investor looking to rent the home. It has a unique flat lot where children can play. Imagine getting ready for Christmas complete with yard lights and cute fixtures on this flat yard in a great area. The home is only 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and comes with 2,411 square feet.

Start Home with Great Potential 

This home is a small 2 bedroom 1 bath, 992 square food home with 4.89 acres of land. It is minutes to West Jefferson and features a place for horses with a barn and pasture. There is an additional room located off one of the bedrooms, that could be used in the future for an additional bedroom or nursery, and an upstairs attic that is floored, perfect for storing all the items you might want to. The ceilings are 6 foot 6 inches, but it has so much potential. It has been on the market for quite an extended period and it awaits the right family to buy.

Ashe County Acreage and Land for Sale

118 Acres of Ashe County Land – Perfect for a Ranch

ashe county homes for sale Located at 415 Brenna Lane, Lansing, NC 28643 ( MLS #218842) this property comes with 118 +/- acres that feature plenty of rolling hills and open areas for horse, cattle, or potentially a tree farm. It has several springs, a stream and a pond for feeding and watering of livestock. It features a small farmhouse and guest cottage, with additional outbuildings that can be used for storage. The views are a must see! If you are looking for a place for your livestock to roam, check it out. The potential for this property is endless.

If you are looking to discuss having our Ashe County real estate agents and representatives showcase your property on our website, we would love to represent your listing. We can discuss the specifics and come up with a for sale price that you agree to. We ensure that we get top prices for our sellers.

West Jefferson Homes for Sale

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Ashe County North Carolina Real Estate | Century 21 Heritage Realty

Looking for a place to buy real estate in a place that has great home values in Ashe County? Start your search on our site and look for West Jefferson homes for sale. Area Ashe County agents have just recently listed some great properties for sale in various price ranges.

At 219 Doe Ridge Drive, there is a great 3 bedroom, 3 bath house for sale settled on 5.68 acres of land that has only been on the market 3 days. Another one, 2939 Boggs Road, featuring 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, has been on the market just 5 days. Looking for exceptional features? There is a 3 bedroom 3 bath home at 345 Sunset Ridge Road that features 2 acres of land that has only been listed on the MLS for just 12 days. There is a gorgeous West Jefferson home for sale with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, that has round tower features somewhat like a castle located at 546 Earl Ray Road if you are looking for a custom, unique home.

If you are looking for more space, or something non-traditional, check out the foreclosure/short sale opportunity in Creston, North Carolina that features 2 large private homes situated on 15 acres of land that includes a 5 stall horse barn, workshop, and outbuildings with more garage and equipment space. This property provides the buyer with several opportunities for making the property into something unique and different. These West Jefferson Homes for sale are adjacent to the Three Top Mountain State Park and Game Lands, and features views of Peak Mountain, Pond Mountain, and Whitetop Mountain. Check out MLS # 218439.

Ashe County is a remarkable place to call home or have as a getaway escape for the weekends and holidays. There is a great deal of investment potential in this area for those looking to purchase vacation rentals, and cabins. We would love to assist you with your search for West Jefferson homes for sale. We can show you properties that are located close to the town limits. We’d love work with you.