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Mountain river flowing past green trees in the summer.
Water flowing down a rocky mountain stream.
Scenic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
View of tall trees and the Blue Ridge Mountains at dusk.
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View of the Blue RIdge Mountains from a home's back deck.
Scenic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains as the sun sets.
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Arbor Creek

Spectacular Mountain Views & Creekfronts just Minutes from Beautiful Blue Ridge, Georgia!

Don’t miss your opportunity to own mountain view and creekfront estates just minutes from beautiful Blue Ridge, Georgia at beautiful Arbor Creek! These beautiful, easy to build mountain estates offer panoramic views and waterfronts on a bold mountain creek. It’s just minutes from downtown Blue Ridge and McCaysville, Georgia and the scenic Toccoa River. Arbor Creek features excellent roads, underground utilities including water, high speed internet, and a relaxing creekside park!

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The Beautiful Town of Blue Ridge, Georgia

Don't take our word for it, read what Southern Living Magazine has to say about wonderful Blue Ridge, Georgia!

"It’s one of the all-time best mountain towns in the state. We love Blue Ridge, Georgia, and we can count the ways. It's one of the coolest mountain towns in North Georgia, not least because of its vibrant arts scene and bountiful opportunities for outdoor adventures. Between the restaurant- and boutique-filled downtown and the nearby Chattahoochee National Forest and Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, there's fun to be had for everyone. Read on for a few of our favorite stops in Blue Ridge. And, if you have your sights set on a trip soon, download a copy of the town's walking tour and take yourself on a wander around town. They also have a handy list of all of the shops in the area, which is indispensable if your aims include window shopping—and they certainly should."

McCaysville, Georgia

A river runs through the mining towns of McCaysville and its twin city, Copperhill, Tennessee. Stand in both states at one time at the Blue Line, which marks the spot where Georgia ends and Tennessee begins. Cross over the steel bridge crossing the Toccoa/Ocoee River and go from Georgia to Tennessee (or vice versa) in just a minute or two! Be sure and visit the McCaysville Visitor Center, located beside the Toccoa River adjacent to the concrete bridge. The center has a pocket park along the river and exhibits featuring historic photographs and artifacts from the Copper Basin. Across the street is the newly developed Riverwalk Shops and restaurants.

Lake Blue Ridge

The crystal clear aquamarine waters of Lake Blue Ridge make it one of Georgia's most picturesque mountain lakes. The 3,290-acre lake and surrounding area offer campsites, several boat ramps, a full-service marina and public swimming and picnic areas. Blue Ridge reservoir is 11 miles long and has 65 miles of shoreline, 25 percent of which is developed; the balance is land in the Chattahoochee National Forest, managed by the U.S. Forest Service.

The Scenic Toccoa River

This scenic river is actually the headwaters of Tennessee’s famous Ocoee River but changes its name to the Toccoa River when it crosses the line into Georgia. Georgia tubing has become a very popular family activity in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The river is a dam-controlled river and TVA releases water as they deem necessary-sometimes daily. Water levels and speed can change significantly after water is released from the dam. Before water is released, the river is shallower and slower. Toccoa River tubing & kayaking are perfect float trips for families with children too young for whitewater rafting. The Toccoa River in north Georgia is also ideal for those who just want to relax and enjoy the gentle flow of the water. Georgia tubing has become a very popular family activity in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Cherokee National Forest

The Cherokee National Forest is divided into northern and southern sections by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  The 650,000-acre forest is the largest tract of public land in Tennessee and adjoins other national forests in Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. The forest is home to 30 developed campgrounds and numerous picnic areas, over 700 miles of trails, seven whitewater rivers, two Forest Service scenic byways, and the Ocoee Whitewater Center where you can enjoy a scenic drive through the mountains, the pursuit of wildlife, the thrill of whitewater, a night under the stars, or solitude on a backcountry trail.

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20916 Torrence Chapel Road
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Cornelius, NC 28031
*Log home package consists of land and building materials. Construction is buyers responsibility. Styles and sizes may vary. Home plan may differ from home shown. Home plans must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee before construction. Seller paid closing costs with exception of prorated taxes and POA dues on cash purchase closed within 10 days of executed contract. No discounts can be applied to advertised properties and only one of each advertised property is available. Purchase with IRA or 401k with deposit to reserve property held in escrow until closing and refunded at closing. $5,000 Coupon is only valid towards total purchase price of lot or lots. Offered by the Woodland Group, LLC.