130 Spruce Hollow Road Beech Mountain, NC 28604
The love of Appalachia and beautiful design come together in The Old Log Mill. A 1797 Jonesborough log home was dismantled and reconstructed here along with a working Fitz Waterwheel (mill stone included). More recent addition includes detailed vaulted ceiling, master bed & bath with steam shower and HEATED stone floors throughout. Well-appointed kitchen has farmhouse sink that looks out on a waterfall of Buckeye Creek. There's plenty of room for entertaining - two bars, indoor & outdoor dining areas. Take full advantage of 4 seasons with several decks. The largest is covered and completed with gas fireplace and TV. This opens on to a large stone patio with gas log firepit for that perfect evening under the stars. The historic section sits on top of a concrete and steel bunker with game room & pool table. Second level has a day bed area & ensuite bedroom with its own balcony that overlooks the three ponds on the property. Top level has a full bath and two bedrooms. It is only 2.5 miles from Beech Mountain Resort, but this property feels a world away. Home has a successful rental history. Outdoor security cameras.
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Community - Beech Mountain
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If you live for the great outdoors, you’ll love Beech Mountain. No matter the season— from skiing, to hiking and biking— residents and visitors alike can’t get enough of Eastern America’s highest town.
Real Estate in Beech Mountain
If you’re looking for a vacation or second home atop the highest peak in Eastern America, Beech Mountain is a perfect fit. From quaint mountain cabins and condos, Beech Mountain real estate has something for everyone and every budget.
Investment properties are also quite popular in this area, as many tourists are looking from a “home away from home” as they explore the many outdoor activities Beech Mountain offers.
If you’re interested in investing in an investment property, second home or primary residence in Beech Mountain, contact a Realtor today.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Named Eastern America’s Highest Town, Beech Mountain Resort is one of the best places to ski in North Carolina. Home to 17 slopes with 98 skiable acres, the resort also features a vertical drop of over 830 feet and receives an average of 84 inches of snow each year. Beyond skiing, residents and visitors can participate in snow tubing, snowboarding, and ice skating.
The summer months are just as busy as the winter months in Beech Mountain. Avid mountain bikers will be in heaven with 12 trails spanning 18 miles throughout the town of Beech Mountain and Emerald Outback. Home to the 2013 and 2014 US Cycling Collegiate National Championship, Emerald Outback is a great spot for mountain biking, hiking and running.
Located within 35 minutes of Beech Mountain are popular destinations like Grandfather Mountain, Tweetsie Railroad, and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Children residing in Beech Mountain have the opportunity to attend excellent learning centers including, Banner Elk public schools, Bethel Public Schools and Watauga Public Schools.
Beech Mountain residents have the unique privilege of being close to over 86 colleges within 100 miles. Lees McRae, located in downtown Banner Elk, is less than 10 minutes from the town center. Appalachian State University, East Tennessee State University, King College, Emory & Henry, and Milligan College are also right around the corner.
The Robbins brothers formed Carolina Carribbean Corporation to develop Beech Mountain in the 1960s. What began as a private resort has blossomed into a bustling ski town today. Beech Mountain is home to 350 permanent residents, but boasts populations of over 10,000 during the winter months.
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