Live, Work, Play and Learn in Hawk Ridge Landing!

Some of most peaceful and beautiful mountain towns in America are nestled deep in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains near the Nantahala National Forest and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near the intersecting borders of western North Carolina, northwest Georgia, and eastern Tennessee.

Cool mountain mornings often start with brilliant sunrises and low rivers of clouds called Dragon’s Breath forming and rolling along the local hills and sleepy valleys. Mornings give way to warm days and some of the deepest blue skies on the planet. Soft mountain breezes fill the daylight air and carry the many amazing scents and sounds of mother nature throughout the trees, hills, rivers, and streams. The dark evening sky emerges with a stunning starlight canvas full of bright stars, planets and constellations as far as the eye can see.

Over the years this magical area has become home to a growing number of residents and businesses, drawn by the unique opportunity to enjoy the attractive combination of a quiet serene outdoor lifestyle in a mountain paradise and the modern conveniences offered by numerous nearby businesses, shopping, restaurants, schools and more.

Whether permanent or part-time mountain living is the goal, this unique lifestyle is now shared by many in Murphy and Hayesville in North Carolina and those in nearby Blue Ridge, Blairsville, Hiawassee, and Young Harris in Georgia. This unusual collection of attractive small towns is complemented by an equally unusual and attractive collection of nearby recreational mountain lakes, including Hiwassee, Apalachia, Nottely, Blue Ridge, and Chatuge.

With so many wonderful mountain towns and attractions located a short 30 minutes or so from each other, and given today’s shifting personal preferences of many to spend more time away from big cities and closer to wide-open spaces, the rapidly increasing population growth of these areas is no mystery. The opportunity to acquire and enjoy a new home or business location in this mountain paradise was the inspiration for the formation of Hawk Ridge Landing.

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