The Perfect Hunting Camp – 70 Acres $105,000! SOLD

  • $105,000
  • Beds: 2
  • Baths: 1
  • Sq Ft: 1480

The Perfect Hunting Camp in Hot Springs – 70 Acres $105,000 Hunter’s tales still run throughout the community, but the deer stands were removed several years ago. The old “As Is” farmhouse still remains, but has little  to no value. Old mobile home remains. There’s an additional storage building and 2 large pole barns.

Hot Springs, NC, a resort destination for almost 200 years, has long been renowned for its healing hot mineral springs, scenic mountain setting, and abundance of natural resources. Recently voted the Best Small Mountain Town from Georgia to West Virginia by readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine you will find we have a welcoming small town feeling. Hot Springs, NC Is just 40 minutes north of Asheville. We are located at the junction of the Appalachian Trail and the French Broad River in a valley surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Pisgah National Forest. Hot Springs is the North Carolina only town where the Appalachian Trail runs directly down the main street.

Raves for Hot Springs!

 What struck me about Hot Springs on my trip there was the kindness of the locals. This is a small town with a huge heart, and that is what truly endears it to the people who pass through or come to visit the springs. Everyone knows everyone, and everyone knows when a hiker, or a reporter, comes through town. Besides all the recreation opportunities, which are numerous, this welcoming atmosphere is what really defines Hot Springs.
– Jack Murray – Blue Ridge Outdoors

 Resting between two ridges in western North Carolina, Hot Springs is a rustic town well-known for playing host to Appalachian Trail hikers. Hot Springs has quietly placed itself on an area smaller than a city block, yet offers travelers more than enough adventure to keep busy, if you can rouse your mind away from the tranquility of the stunning vistas.
– Appalachian Voices
What’s in the water around this Madison County town is giving it a chance to grow – but not too much. The town is nestled in and protected by the Pisgah National Forest, about five minutes from the Tennessee border along Highway 25/70. Downtown is home to decades-old storefronts, eateries, a historic Presbyterian church and the Appalachian Trail.
– Herald Tribune
This hospitable enclave of 650 people, with its eclectic blend of stores, shops and town folk with big personalities, can be habit-forming.

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Price: $105,000
Address:141 Allison Dr.
City:Hot Springs
Zip Code:28743
Square Feet:1480

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