So I’m back in the swing of things, sharing all the good things about the mountains of Western North Carolina and the surrounding Georgia, South Carolina, and Eastern Tennessee towns. The beautiful communities where the fog lifts to reveal long range views, locally owned boutiques and restaurants, artists, entrepreneurs, and the most incredible mix of some of the best people you could ever hope to meet. We make time for hikes, lake days, festivals, golfing, and always take in the sunset views with good company.
The weekend we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived… Happy Parade Weekend! We hope you all get a chance to celebrate A Very Murphy Christmas Saturday at 4:00 pm – dark. We’ll begin with local talent and activities at 4:00 pm. You can… Continue Reading “Happy Parade Weekend!”
This property boasts end of the road privacy on this 71 acres with old growth timber, a small branch, and countless springs. You can enjoy huge views on this property with over 2,500 ft of property line adjacent to the Nantahala National Forest. Visit… Continue Reading “Huge Views Neighboring National Forest”
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Enjoy the privacy of beautiful big timber and small creeks on 64 acres. Cornering the Nantahala National Forest within 10 minutes of historic downtown Murphy, this property truly gives you the best of both worlds. Give us a call and Lawrence can help you… Continue Reading “Big Timber Privacy & Creeks”
If you’re not originally from Western North Carolina like myself, you’ve probably had to correct the way you say “Appalachian” and “Nantahala“. I’m embarrassed to admit how long “Cherohala” was an epic tongue twister for me, but it now rolls off my tongue and… Continue Reading “Unusual Local Words”
We always encourage our neighbors and guests to support our awesome local businesses. We’re friends with the owners and know the families that benefit from your support, so before you visit us, explore the directory by category. If you’re one of our neighbors in… Continue Reading “Local Flavor”