Mona's Real Estate Matters and a Myriad of Other Conversations: Cane Creek Ridge, Mountain Lots in Sylva, NC

Cane Creek Ridge, Mountain Lots in Sylva, NC

Cane Creek Ridge is only one of many mountain communities tucked away amongst the ranges of Western North Carolina and it is one of my favorites.Cane Creek Ridge Estates  People who choose to locate their home in Cane Creek Ridge all have one thing in common, they want privacy and the splendor of the mountains but they don't want to be isolated.  Located conveniently between Sylva and Waynesville, NC, Cane Creek Ridge supplies exactly what these folks are looking for.


All of the lots are a minimum of 2.5 acres, providing plenty of privacy buffer and the experience of living surrounded by nature but the access is so easy that no one feels detached from the sense of community.  Cane Creek Ridge Roadways in Cane Creek Ridgedoes have a Home Owners Association and it's sole purpose is to help protect property values and to maintain a fine roadway throughout the development.  The HOA is governed by elected volunteers who have a history of having struck a good balance between maintaining the Restrictive Covenants and fostering good relationships between neighbors through a variety of activities, including an annual and completely enjoyable potluck picnic.


By design, all lots have the potential for mountain views and at least a portion of southern exposure.  Because of the sizes of the lots, most lots provide a choice of more than one ideal house site.


LOT 23 has direct access from Cane Creek Road and is across the road from bold Cane Creek itself.  All the rushing creek sounds filter up to the lot.  TheLot 23 TerrainNatural Flat Area topography on Lot 23's 2.31+/- acres is gentle with a gradual rise so that more than one house site can be selected and still take advantage of the creek sounds and mountain view.  This lot is partially wooded by hardwoods and is bursting with all types of wildflowers.  It would be an ideal lot for anyone interested in gardening.  Price currently on this lot is $29,500.


LOTs 1+2  have been combined for a total of 2.91+/- acres and is bordered by Lot 1 and 2 Drivewayboth Cane Creek Road and Blanton Branch Road.  A driveway has already been installed running Lot 1 and 2through both parcels.  Cane Creek flows along the lower property line.    There is a small storage building on this lot.  Someone could choose to build near or on this driveway or select a completely different site.   Partially wooded with hardwoods on this property.    Price currently on this lot is $27,900.


Lot 30 is located on Quest Ridge Road and is 2.67+/- acres.  The seller, a Quest Ridge Main shotbuilder, selected this lot beQuest Ridge Additional Viewcause of the easy building sites.  He wanted a lot that would not be an expensive lot to build upon.  This lot faces south and with judicious tree thinning would have a great mountain view.  A road also borders the lower part of this parcel.  Price on this lot is $29,900.


If you've dreamed of building a mountain home and have fantasized about living in the woods but are hesitant to be isolated, Cane Creek Ridge could be the perfect answer for you.  Surround yourself with the beauty of the area, secure in the knowledge that with Fall Photolot sizes being a minimum of 2.5 acres you will have your sense of privacy but the comfort of knowing that your neighbors are just a few minutes away...and were seeking the same thing as you!


Call MoonDancer Realty at 828-631-0077 for more information on these great lots in Cane Creek Ridge, located between the mountain towns of Sylva and Waynesville, NC in Jackson County.  Far enough from town to feel rural but close enough to enjoy all that this area has to offer! That call just might be the start of a dream come true.





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