North Carolina Mountains a retirement paradise

Well for many people it’s a wonderful fact! The North Carolina Mountains have become a retirement paradise. A special place because of the four mild seasons and its low cost of living, North Carolina mountains a retirement paradise has become a common phrase amongst the people who live here.

When thinking about retiring many people want quiet peaceful mountaintop views but without having to climb like a Billy goat on super curvy roads to get there. At South Mountain Peaks, located just a short drive east of Asheville also not far from the South Mountain State Park, and Lake Lure and Lake James people have come to realize a quiet peaceful country mountaintop living but with nearby city conveniences.

Towns like Marion, Morganton, Lake Lure, Asheville, Black Mountain are all just a short drive away… 15 minutes to 45 minutes to be exact.

North Carolina mountains a retirement paradise, is what I hear from many of my current owners as they tell their friends and fellow retirees looking for a new place to live.

Western North Carolina has become a supper cool place to live! There are so many things to do and places to see. The North Carolina Mountains are full of historic and scenic places. Check out The Morganton Festival every September for two days, the largest arts and crafts festival in our area. With plenty of great food and a wide variety of music including rock, country, and R&B and more.

If you are looking for the perfect North Carolina Mountain retirement spot, look no farther! At CarolinaLand.Com we are in the unique position to offer you many different sizes and varieties of Western North Carolina Mountain Acreage and land lots for sale. Everything from Lake front home site to Mountain home site with 50 to 80 mile views.

Call Ken Williams of Carolinaland.Com / Fall Creek Land Company at 828-429-4004 or visit www.CarolinaLand.Com for information and details from The North Carolina Mountains a retirement paradise.

North Carolina Mountains A Retirement Paradise

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