This rare property is at the heart of thrilling outdoor life and breathtaking mountain scenery in Caldwell County, NC. Imagine 44,000 acres of public national forest in your backyard. The Wilson Creek area is one of North Carolina's pristine and rugged terrains. There is plenty of opportunity to camp, hike and so much more.
The bluffs of Wilson creek HOA covers the community trails, handle all road maintenance and keep the property values high.
HOA fee of $400/Year.
Minimum build size of 1500 sq. ft.
No camping or RV'ing on the lot but lots of campsites nearby.
Owner Financing available with only $2,500 down.
3 easy payment options:
$156 / month for 120 months
$176 / month for 96 months
$210 / month for 72 months
Please reach out if you would like owner financing as we can customize a plan to suit your needs.
The quiet neighborhood of Wilson Creek Community is located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With land that borders access to the Pisgah National Forest, amazing views of Grandfather Mountain towering beautiful creeks and rivers this community is a mountain paradise.
Outdoor Activities and Adventures:
The neighborhood is just at the edge of the Wilson Creek area, located in the Grandfather district of the Pisgah National Forest. The free-flowing creek rises on the slopes of Grandfather Mountain in Avery County and, 20 miles later, makes a frantic dash through a 200-Foot deep gorge before joining the Johns River in Caldwell County.
The Wilson Creek area is frequented by hikers and recreation enthusiasts. There are plenty of places to fish, hike, and camp. Dispersed camping is allowed throughout the forest area in selected campgrounds. The Wilson Creek Gorge area is available for day use.
With fantastic vistas, ridges more than 4000 feet high, whitewater rapids and trails that travel to spectacular waterfalls, Wilson Creek offers great adventures for hiking, scenic viewing, mountain biking, fishing, camping, horseback riding and backpacking.
Proximity to Towns and Amenities:
Not more than 5 minutes away is the city of Collettsville. For quick and easy to purchase needs you can check out Collettsville General Store open for in-door shopping or curb-side pickup just 2.2 miles from the property. Down the road you will find other services such as the postal office, medical center and fire department.
Situated about 20 minutes away from the property is the major city, Lenoir. Here you can find all your needs and more. Just a short 23 minute drive will get you to Walmart Supermarket, CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens and other familiar superstores. You won't be too far from your favorite coffee shops like Starbucks or fast food chains like McDonalds or Chick which are all located here for your convenience. Caldwell Memorial Hospital is 21 minutes away from the property. While Caldwell Animal Hospital is just a 23 minute drive.
Do stop by the famous, The Collettsville Cup House, a wood frame cabin - covered, as its name suggests, top-to-bottom in coffee mugs - sits practically on the banks of the Johns River north of Collettsville just 12 minutes away from the property. Owner estimates more than 25,000 mugs cover two buildings and fencing around the property. Visitors are welcome to visit year-round and there is a visitor's sign-in sheet on the front porch. Peek through the windows and the entire inside of the building is also covered in coffee mugs. If you can find an empty nail, you can leave a coffee mug, too.
For breathtaking views, look no further than the Brown Mountains Overlook 16 miles (23 min drive) away. Brown Mountain Overlook sits at an elevation of 2,844 ft (866 m). This overlook is long, with views from south to north. Looking south from the left you will see the points of Trayfoot Mountain and Rockytop in the distance, with Big Run in the valley below. Rocky Mountain is the closest mountain to the view and stretches in front of the overlook. Looking north you will see Two Mile Ridge from the left, with Rocky Mount to the right. The Shenandoah Valley is visible toward the horizon looking north.
The Little Wilson Creek Falls are described as, “many small waterfalls, water slides, and bathtubs” by Allen T. Hyde. The falls are about 46 min drive away from the property but well worth the site as it was rated 5 stars to hikers. It has been reported that the falls are well off the beaten path and it's a great place to stop, relax and have a picnic.
Duggers Creek Falls is a small 10-foot waterfall tucked away in a beautiful cove a short walk from the Linville Falls Visitor Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Just 26.9 miles away, experience the short 3/10 mile trail to the creek. Along the way, enjoy lush foliage, wildflowers and mushrooms. At the end you will be rewarded with a great view of the cascading creek from the road bridge as well.
Off the usual attraction is a gilded age mansion which houses the Southern Highland Craft Guild, which features handmade crafts by hundreds of regional artists. Turned bowls, ceramic tableware, woven garments, and more handmade crafts are displayed throughout the first floor in different rooms. Come enjoy our seasonal craft demonstrations on the front porch while soaking up the views. Behold Moses Cone Memorial Park just 29.1 miles away from the property.
Just 24 miles from the property suspends a true landmark of a pioneering spirit, the Mile High Swinging Bridge welcomes all visitors to admire 360-Degree panoramic views from Grandfather Mountain. The bridge has been in place since 1952 - and for just as long it's excited the thousands who've walked across with the thrills of mile-high elevation. Whether you cross it to challenge yourself, for the scenery, or to admire this engineering masterpiece, the experience will make your trip to Grandfather complete.
Come experience the perfect balance of outdoor adventure and tranquility of nature available right here in the mountain oasis of Caldwell County. Contact us today for more info on this and other amazing properties we have available.
We are a real estate investment company. We buy and sell land throughout the country, so we are unable to meet you at the property. We are not utilizing the services of a realtor, so you are welcome to visit the property at any time. We encourage you to visit the property at your convenience to make sure the property suits your needs.
Disclaimer: We have not been to this property. Everything we know is in this ad. No warranties are stated or implied. Land is being sold as is. Buyer is responsible for doing all due diligence and verifying accessibility, utilities, build-ability and all other information contained herein prior to purchase.
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Directions to Land
From Collettsville head south on Adako Road toward Collette Ridge Circle for 1.1 miles, then turn right onto Collette Ridge Circle. Continue onto Collette Ridge Circle for 0.8 miles and lot will be on the left.