8 Things to Consider When Buying Mountain Property

Thomas T.R. Hoffman Real Estate Leave a Comment

You’ve decided you want to buy a mountain property to get away from it all! Here are eight things to consider as you start your search for that perfect property. Private Roads. Many properties around Western NC are built on privately maintained roads. That means that the residents of that area are responsible for maintaining the roads themselves. Some areas …

Snow, Rain, and Drought in Western North Carolina

jeffbaldwin Local news , Trails and Rivers Leave a Comment

We start out the first week of 2017 with a moderate snowstorm followed by plunging temperatures hovering a few degrees above or below zero depending on the elevation….Brrrrr! The temperatures will be warming up pretty quickly this coming week and we surely can’t complain much about them so far this fall and winter. Other than the smokey skies from the …

NC trout

Trout Fishing in Haywood County NC: Lots of Opportunity

jeffbaldwin Trails and Rivers Leave a Comment

Trout fishing in Haywood County NC is an important part of the tourism industry. There are several hatchery supported trout creeks in Haywood County. Our real estate office at WNC Real Estate Store is located on Jonathan Creek in Maggie Valley, which is a popular hatchery supported trout creek. The season on Jonathan Creek is from the first Saturday in …

Maggie Valley Restaurants and Hours December

WNC Entertainment Leave a Comment

ANDOLINI’S ITALIAN BISTRO 2507 Soco Road, Maggie Valley 828.944.0770 Monday: Closed Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Carry out and delivery. AMMONS DRIVE IN & DAIRY BAR 1451 Dellwood Road, Waynesville 828.926.0734 Open for Lunch and Dinner, 7 days a week. APPLE ANDY’S RESTAURANT AND COUNTRY STORE 3483 Soco Road, Maggie Valley 828.944.0626 Monday, Tuesday; Friday, Saturday & …

The View form The Sag Inn

The Cataloochee Divide Trail

Trails and Rivers Leave a Comment

The one way 6.4 mile Cataloochee Divide Trail along the Nat’l Park boundary with Haywood County begins at Cove Creek Gap and ends close to the Hemphill Bald summit. There are several fine intersecting trails and opportunities for multi-day backpacking trips. One option we enjoy quite regularly is to leave from Appalachian Highlands Science Center gate at Hemphill Road and …