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It IS a wonderful place and Timberline Properties Brokers can HELP you live here. Whether looking for the perfect vacation retreat or a full time residence, the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina beckon you with breathtaking mountain views around every corner, waterfalls, wildflowers, wildlife, gem mines, gorgeous gorges and many things still handcrafted and homemade. We're one of the last true escapes for relaxation, cool temperatures and clean mountain air. Let one of our experienced Realtors help you find a property in one of the area's"postcard" communities.

Little Switzerland...

With breathtaking views around every corner, waterfalls, wildflowers, gem mines, unique lodging and dining and with many things still handcrafted and homemade, we're one of the last true escapes for relaxation, cool temperatures and clean mountain air.

Little Switzerland received its name from early summer residents of the area who thought the scenery resembled that of the Swiss Jura Mountains. Spruce Pine, with a population of approximately 2,000 people, is the largest town in Mitchell County. Bakersville NC is the gateway to Roan Mountain and the popular Rhododendron Festival.

Additionally Burnsville is a great "base camp" for your Smoky Mountain vacation plans. Burnsville is also the county seat for Yancey County. Yancey County is home to Mt. Mitchell (at 6,684 feet, the highest mountain east of the Mississippi) and 18 additional peaks with elevations exceeding 6,300 feet.


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   The thick, leathery leaves on the rhododendron bushes were curled tighter than a homemade twist of tobacco.    As mountain weather sharps well know, it’s a sign of winter for a fact when rhododendron leaves, though evergreen, droop and roll inwards,    Up here, where rhododendron lavishes the mountain slopes and coves, the weather sharps are keeping one eye on the long glistening leaves and the other on the elements.    Between the two, what with some help from the almanac and a feeling in their bones, they make weather prognosticating as easy as falling off a log and a heap sight... click here for more

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