Joe Guli, Real Estate Pro in Palatine, IL

North Carolina Retirement.....Marian? We are looking into retirement homes in the North Carolina area....

Asked by Joe Guli, Palatine, IL Thu Mar 6, 2008

North Carolina Retirement.....Marian? We are looking into retirement homes in the North Carolina area....we have one question that we are hoping you could answer for us.................in NC, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?????

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I'm not sure how much a woodchuck can chuck but a Beaver can really bring down the trees! Have one that just will not go away. I'm Sandi I work for a New Construction builder Standard Pacific Home in Indian Land SC just South of Charlotte about 3 miles to NC. I'm in a really nice lawn maintance neighborhood with all ranch plans tax's are low under a $1,000 on a $200,000 home plus you get a homestead after 65 in SC. If you would like to contact me just go to our Website @ Standardpacifichomes.com go to Charlotte then click on Cobblestone Community look forward to hearing from you. Watch out for the Woodchuck's!
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Statesville NC is a Great Area!!!! We have a beautiful community here that is maintenance free living, beautiful homes and landscaping, convenient to interstates, shopping, restaurants and more. Just a couple of hours to the mountains and a 3-4 hour drive to the coast! What more could you ask for, also near Lake Norman! Magnolia Glen, check them out on my website, http://www.chastitygaither.com!
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Retire in Burlington N.C. It would only be a 4 hour drive if you wanted to visit the coast and a four hour drive if you wanted to visit the mountains.
Web Reference: http://ncave.com
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Beautiful place to retire, is Murphy N.C. we have beautiful mountains and great cabin/homes. Murphy is a quiet and peaceful area to move to and best of all we do have wood chucks and we have ground hogs and many other wildlife creatures! Murphy is located in Cherokee County the most south western part of N.C. we border Ga. and Tn.
Web Reference: http://www.ncdee.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 10, 2008
I'm located in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina - Hendersonville. It really is a special place. Check it out http://www.stephaniesells.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Mar 11, 2008
Finally, someone with a since of humor! And a 60048 zip code...I always used to challenge by brother to sign this 1o times in a row as fast as he could. He never could finish....can you.
North Carolina retirement property....we are the best resource...we consider the entire state, supporting states and everything in between. We have visited and revisited every possible development and developer. Most of the best know us personally and give us great reviews.
Best of Luck Woodchuck!!
The Schaffer Realty Group
Marian Schaffer
http://www.marianschafferrealty.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2008
Funny you should mention wood chuck. I was in the mountains with my family and by mistake told my sons to keep a look out for a ground chuck. My thoughtful son didn't say anything all day until we read a plaque about the wood chuck. He had been trying to relate the ground chuck in the woods to the ground chuck we buy at the grocery store.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2008
Wow. Tough question. Guess that depends. Are we talking pine? We've got yellow pine and Virginia pine in the Piedmont area. He could probably chuck that pretty quickly. There's also Poplar, White Oak, Hickory and Maple. Hickory's pretty hard, so it might take that woodchuck awhile.

Bottom line - there's plenty of trees in the Piedmont area. But we like to keep them standing so that we can look at them!
Web Reference: http://www.StantonHomes.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2008
not very much at all, no wood here
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