Closeout Sale

Mountain View Estates minutes to Ellijay, Georgia
One Day Only!
Saturday, March 23rd
Saturday, March 23rd
Saturday, March 23rd
Coming soon!
Property Sold Out
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.
Scenic mountain property through The Woodland Group
Scenic mountain property in The Blue Ridge Mountains
View of the Blue RIdge Mountains from a home's back deck.
Scenic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains as the sun sets.
Contact

Get in Touch

Reserve your priority appointment today!

Call Us Today
706-690-4308

Enjoy These Spectacular Community Features

About

enjoy beautiful views

and rushing creeks at

Come See The Beautiful

Bears Paw

Don't miss these spectacular mountain top properties offering beautiful panoramic mountain views with access to a beautiful, rushing mountain stream. Beautifully wooded mountain estates offering privacy and beautiful mountain views just minutes from Ellijay and in the heart of the Georgia Mountain wine trail! Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to own exclusive mountaintop estates at unbelievable prices!

Located in the heart of the North Georgia Mountains near Ellijay and Blue Ridge and just an hour from North Atlanta. These beautiful properties feature wide, hard surface roads, underground utilities and a private gated entrance. All owners enjoy direct access to a beautiful rushing mountain stream to relax and enjoy.

Call today to reserve your priority appointment at 706-690-4308.

Discounts

Special Sale day incentives

Reserve your appointment for a $10,000 coupon toward purchase!

Ask how to use your IRA or 401K for an investment purchase

Ask how to pay no closing costs

Excellent financing available

Multi-lot purchase discounts

Veteran and active military discount

Amenities

maximize your experience

No items found.
Explore

about the area

Amicalola Falls

Amicalola Falls

Amicalola Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of GA. It is an 829 acre Georgia State Park with its name meaning “tumbling waters.” It the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast with its main base of the falls is 429 feet in height. We challenge you to tackle the trail of staircases with 600 steps to the top and take in the breathtaking views along the way. You can cheat and drive to the top, but where is the fun in that.

Chattahoochee National Forest

Chattahoochee National Forest

Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests have 37 developed recreation areas, 500 developed campsites, 200 picnic sites, 6 swim beaches and 530 miles of trails. There are more than 500 wildlife and fish species in the forest. Almost 100 percent of cold-water stream shing on public lands occurs within the Chattahoochee national forest. 90,000 fishermen generate over $43 million in revenue for Georgia from national forest land. The forest receives more than 10 million visitors each year.

Coosawattee River

Coosawattee River

The river begins at the confluence of the Ellijay and Cartecay rivers in the city of Ellijay in central Gilmer County. The river flows west through the foothills in the North Georgia mountains region and is a tributary of the Oostanaula River (which it turn is a tributary of the Coosa River). Primary tributaries of the Cooswattee River include Mountaintown Creek, Tails Creek, Cole Creek, Goble Branch, Harris Creek, Camp Branch, Lewis Branch, Woodring Branch, Fisher Creek, Talking Rock Creek, Willbanks Branch, Mineral Spring Branch, Rock Springs Branch, Sugar Branch, Duke Creek, Noblet Creek, Dry Creek, Salacoa Creek, Vanns Creek, and Crane Eater Creek.

Ridgeway Recreation Area

Ridgeway Recreation Area

Is a cultural feature park in Gilmer County. Explore multiple hiking trails, biking, boating, water activities and picnicking and campgrounds. Here you will also find one of the top hiking trails known as Tumbling Waters Nature Trail.

Fort Mountain State Park

Fort Mountain State Park

Fort Mountain State Park sits at the southwestern end of the Cohutta Mountains near the Cohutta Wilderness. Sitting at 2,850 ft above sea level, Fort Mountain is a great destination for hiking and history lessons alike. The area in and around the park was home to the Cherokee Indians for hundreds of years, and their legacy is still felt throughout North Georgia today.

Privacy Statement

The Woodland Group is committed to keeping all personal information, collected from those individuals that visit our website and make use of our online facilities, secure and private. The use of information collected, produced, and displayed through this site and affiliate sites shall be limited to the service for which our Woodland Group Clients have engaged us. Your information will not be sold or shared to any outside party.

THE WOODLAND GROUP, LLC -
BROKER
BROKER/OWNER
20916 Torrence Chapel Road
2nd Floor, Box B16
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. $10,000 Coupon is only valid towards total purchase price of lot or lots. Offered by The Woodland Group, LLC - Owner/Broker.