This lovely home is located in the beautiful mountains of Southwestern North Carolina on a lake that is contained in both Hayesville, NC and Hiawassee, GA with over 127 miles of shoreline. You can see the huge mountains any where on the lake with panorama views. The home features: a large screened in hot tub, a porch, a deck, a two car garage, a covered dock, a gas log fireplace, a 42 ' plasma wall TV, huge kitchen, two master bedrooms, one over the garage with a balcony, the other downstairs for those who do not like steps. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout lower level and huge bay windows for lake and mountain viewing. . Fisherman's Paradise, Horseback riding, The Appalachian Trail. Georgia Mountain Fair , JOHN C CAMBELL FOLK SCHOOL ALL CLOSE BY! The Ridges Golf and CC just across Highway.
John C Campbell Folk School: John C. Campbell Folk School provides experiences in non-competitive learning and community life that are joyful and enlivening. Located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, the Folk School offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.
Folks come together in this haven, tucked in the beautiful western North Carolina mountains, to have creative and fun learning experiences. The Folk School’s motto, “I sing behind the plow,” reflects our desire to find joy in our daily lives.
GA Mtn Fairgrounds: The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds plays host to several popular annual events including the Georgia Mountain Fair, the Georgia Mountain Roots & Music Festival, the Superstar Concert Series, the Georgia Mountain Fall Festival and Georgia’s Official State Fiddler’s Convention.
The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds are located along the shores of beautiful Lake Chatuge in the north Georgia mountain community of Hiawassee and is only two hours from Atlanta, Greenville, Asheville and Chattanooga. The Fairgrounds offer a wide-variety of unique venues, and beautiful year-round camping facilities.
Lake Chatuge a TVA Lake: Chatuge Reservoir, located on the Hiwassee River in western North Carolina, is 13 miles long and extends southeast from the dam into north Georgia. The reservoir is named after a nearby Cherokee settlement.
Sport fishing is popular at Chatuge, both in the reservoir and in the Hiwassee River below the dam. Concrete weirs have been installed below the dam to provide a steady flow of water and to increase oxygen levels for fish and other aquatic animals. Wade fishing for trout is popular here since fish are attracted to the weirs, where food is abundant.