Large Building Lot at Top of Mountain Community (Lot B17/18/19)
Parcel #/ID: Portion of: 1708-00-39-1277
At 3300', this large roughly 2.7-acre lot in the Apple Mountain community of Spruce Pine is the highest lot in the subdivision. The owner has combined 3 separate planned lots into one to allow for both privacy and wide angle views facing north toward Roan Mountain, Tennesee and the Cherokee National Forest. Community well, underground power/fiber/phone and paved roads maintained by HOA up to the property. Healthy HOA with full time and vacation owners. All just minutes from Spruce Pine, Little Switzerland, and the Blue Ridge Parkway entrance.
2.7 +/- acres
Planned Lots B17, B18, B19 of Apple Mountain Subdivision.
About the Community: Apple Mountain is a 117 acre private home development in Spruce Pine, NC, built atop the Blue Ridge Parkway, Americas most visited national park. Various home sites include mountain views of Roan Mountain, Beech Mountain, Hawks Bill, Table Rock, and Mt. Mitchell, at 6,684 feet - the highest peak east of the Mississippi.
About the Location: Apple Mountain sits astride the Eastern Continental Divide; rain that falls on the east side of our ridge flows to the Atlantic, rain that falls on the West Side to the Gulf. The climate of this mountainous area is truly delightful with temperatures generally running 10 or more degrees below those of nearby lower elevations.
Utilities: Road and water system maintenance is provided by Apple Mountain Property Owners Association, paid for by an annual assessment to each property owner. Most roads are paved. To preserve the natural beauty of each lot and to reduce outages, telephone, fiber optic high-speed internet, and electric services are underground. Community wells provide ample water to all homes. Buyers responsible for costs to tie into exiting infrastructure.
Nearby: Within a 5 to 10-minute drive is dining, golf, shopping, art galleries, schools, library, and churches. Nearby attractions include the Blue Ridge Parkway, Gem mining and NC Mineral Museum, Snow Skiing, The Parkway Playhouse; providing quality summer entertainment and the internationally famous Penland School of Crafts. Many other points of local interests are clear trout fishing streams, spectacular waterfalls, hiking, mountain lakes, limestone caverns and the Pisgah National Forest.
The community is home to both full time and seasonal residences and HOA takes care of road maintenance, community wells, grass along roads, and tree removal if one falls on the road.
Minimum home size is 1700 square feet living area. Reasonable covenants and restrictions are attached
Home Owners Information at: www.ampoa.info
Per HOA president, dues for vacant lots are $200/yr and with a house are $1200/yr which includes an annual special assessment for repaving portions of the roads.
Survey required at buyer expense, acreage is estimated and will need to be subdivided from larger future development tract.
Taxes: (Call Agent for Details)
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Utilities: Septic Needed, Cable, Telephone, Water, Electricity
Road Frontage: Paved, Private Road
Showing: Sign on Property, Vacant