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John, Home Buyer in Cabo San Lucas

We are looking for land to build cabins and a home in the Asheville area. Obviously we want to remain close to

Asked by John, Cabo San Lucas Sun Aug 10, 2008

Asheville; but like all areas around the Blue Ridge. We'd also consider a property large enough to sub-divide into lots for spec homes.

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Hi John. I am sending you a site that we have put up that is under construction that might be useful for you in your research. It shows current log home developments and has details on what is there. For current log homes available, visit http http://:www.loghappy.com and for the log home developments visit the link below
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Hi John. I'm sure you know that there are restrictions in some developments against building cabins. I have attached a link of cabin-specific land for you which I hope you find helpful. The featured home at the top is in the 'Havens' in Black Mountain, 15 minutes' drive from Asheville and there are a number of lots available as well as homesites. Warmly, Rowena Patton
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Hi John
I've attached a land search link for you. There are a few developers right now who are selling off their property that is subdividable. i'll be happy to send you those if you would like. Warmly, Rowena Patton 828 669 6671
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 20, 2008
John, I live and work in McDowell County, which is just east of --less than 35 minutes to-Asheville. This area is quickly becoming very popular as both a bedroom community of Asheville and as a retirement /vacation/getaway spot all its own. And I know of some property with some beautiful views of the Blue Ridge mountains that would be perfect for just what you're talking about. do contact me if you're still in the market. Regards,
Charlene Blevins
Broker/REALTOR
ERA Mountain View Properties
Marion NC
828-527-2307
charb6@verizon.net
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Hi John,
If you are still looking for good land deals please let me know. I am in Franklin, NC which is about a hour southwest of Asheville. This is beautiful country with moutain views at 3000-4000 feet with a small town feel.
Let me know if I can help.
Thanks Janice
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 19, 2008
John,
I live in the Maggie Valley area which is about 30 minutes West of Asheville. We have a large second home market here, so to build cabins for resale or rentals would do well. We have several large tracts available to sub-divide or we have a few that the lots are already platted and the infrastructure is in. If you would like any information or stats on the area, let me know and I would be happy to send them your way.
Brooke
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Hi John,

There are a great many choices for you in WNC. If you'd like to try a different search utility, click the link I've provided. You may find it easier to use than others. Feel free to contact me with any specific questions. I specialize in representing remotely located buyers. I can research, preview, photograph and video any particular properties of interest.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Aug 10, 2008
John there is plenty of land outside of Asheville I use to live there and it is beautiful country. Just a slight suggestion to help the agents in that area though maybe tell them how much land, how much you want to spend, how far from Asheville you would consider? Also you might want to consider whether you want to build on a steep grade or a level lot. Since Asheville is in the mountains the topography can be up and down. There are several areas around Asheville you might look; Skyland, Arden, Black Mountian and if you want a little bit of a drive Hendersonville you could get some good values there.

Hope this helps,
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John, land is available for you in the Asheville and surrounding areas that may be sub-divideable. Most of these properties could probably be found within 20-30 minutes of downtown Asheville. Your selection will goverened by your intended use. Most of these land choices will come with private well and septic expenses. Additional information from you that might be helpful is: # of acres needed, # of cabins you plan to build and whether this is a commercial endevor. Please e-mail or call me if you need any additional information. Hope this helps.
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