Posted by Jochen | Posted in Real Estate News, Silver Creek Real Estate Group | Posted on Friday, September 9, 2011
For many folks off the mountain, the history upon which the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau was founded is not widely known. Based as much in entrepreneurial spirit and forward-thinking ideals as it was in the draw of supreme natural beauty and pleasant year-round climates, the unique towns and villages that make up the area were established and thrived thanks to a handful of progressive visionaries. While the pace is certainly different from the cities that dot the landscape at lower elevations, that same enterprising character upon which this region was built is still alive and well today from Main Street in Highlands to the Village Green in Cashiers.
We are pleased to raise the curtain on two premier development opportunities in downtown Cashiers that are suitable for either commercial or residential use. Given its proximity to the heart of town – either could prove the ideal site for a charming shopping enclave, and if combined – could present a whole new world of opportunities.
The first location offers sewer capacity, easy building sites that are nearly level, and frontage along Cashiers Creek and is situated on Highway 64 West near the intersection of Frank Allend Road and Highway 64. The two adjoining properties are conviently located to the Community Center and The Shoppes at Creek Side, with Wendys Restaurant and Silver Creek Real Estate. The larger of the two properties is 7.23 acres featuring approximately 315 feet of frontage along Highway 64 and is offered at $1,800,000. The second property represents 5 acres with nearly 226 feet frontage along Highway 64 and is offered at $1,250,000. If combined, the total property area would represent more than 12 acres in the center of the historic village of Cashiers on which to create a new commercial center or residential development.
The second location is located on Highway 64 East in Cashiers between Macon Bank and the BP station. The property encompasses 17.9 acres with excellent frontagae and visibility on Highway 64 East. Additional acreage is available for both residential and commercial development. The property is being offer for $3,600,000.
In the event that you are unfamiliar with the area, you should know that Cashiers is one of the Southeast’s premier resort destinations. Highly touted for its amazing atmosphere, unique culture, upscale shopping and world-class dining, the historic village of Cashiers has been a haven for vacationing families for well over a century. Drawn to the natural beauty of the area and mild temperatures that accompany elevations of over 3,500 feet above sea level, countless visitors have selected Cashiers as their vacation spot of choice and keep returning, year after year. For those who live here year round, breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains continue to astound, the scents of wildflowers and mountain laurel blended together on a cool mountain breeze continue to inspire, and the activities of a stroll through an ancient forest or the time-honored tradition of a day of fly fishing continue to delight. Since its inception, the Cashiers community has been based largely upon a foundation of Southern Hospitality in celebration of nature’s splendor.
We hope you will make the choice to join the business community here in Cashiers, and welcome the opportunity to take you on a tour of the two available locations and surrounding area. To schedule an appointment, please call Jochen Lucke at 828.743.1999, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, fill out our helpful online contact form, or drop by our offices located just West of the Cashiers Crossroads. If you’d like to learn more about Silver Creek Real Estate Group and me – Jochen Lucke – please visit our website online at www.ncliving.com. My team of brokers and I look forward to meeting you soon.