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The lead came in and their names were Sue and Russ. They had a passion for all things Scotland, Scottish games and all things land and farm. They wanted to be near Asheville but didn’t need to be in it. They had a dream, like so many of our land buyers have. Some of our

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You’ve just gotten your new plot and you’re ready to break ground. But if you can stave off your enthusiasm to dig in, it is actually a good idea to study your mountain land for a year or so to get a feel for the space before creating the plan. Once you truly know your

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Much of Western North Carolina’s rural land is used for traditional permaculture and subsistence farming. The region’s dense forests, flowing creeks and underground springs, diverse flora and fauna, and rich soil provide all of the basic necessities for those who want to create a self-sustaining homestead. Despite the ideal growing conditions, conventional farming is limited

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Brokers’ Love for North Carolina Land Started on the Trails It is no mistake that the 2000-mile Appalachian Trail crosses a road almost every four miles. Trail architect Benton MacKaye wanted to interlace the route with civilization to make the raw simplicity of the wilderness accessible to city-dwellers. Having hiked that Trail and all over

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The Beauty of Mountain Properties Some are sucked in by the views; others are drawn to the fertile soil; still more come for the rich spiritual and artistic culture. But what truly steal the hearts of those teetering on the brink of buying mountain properties are North Carolina’s seasons. And right now is the time

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What You Need to Know about Farmland for Sale These rollin’ hills are speckled with the intermittent large-scale operations in the flatlands, but the vast majority of agriculture in this region is dominated by small farms and homesteads of just a few acres. Therefore, the search for farmland for sale around Asheville gets broken into

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Most people who buy land in the mountains don’t intend to pitch a tent, build a campfire and call it a day. Your mountain land is the foundation for a summertime oasis or a homestead where children can grow up healthy and barefoot, which implies that you need a roof and a few walls to

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Benefits from Working with a Rural Property Broker as Opposed to Hunting Solo When you’re shopping for rural property, you’re absorbing a great deal of information and opportunities all at once. Having someone who can help you process everything is crucial to making the right decision (and maintaining your sanity). With over eighteen years of

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