229 Homer Lane Mooresville, NC 28117
- 81.36 Acres
- Vacant Land
Welcome to the beautiful North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains, enjoy the natural beauty and the great outdoors in the rolling hills of Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner Elk and the surrounding area.
Whether you enjoy snow skiing in the winter months, or fly fishing, hiking, biking swimming or boating on the many lakes in the area in the summer, there is something for everyone here.
We’ve listed properties ranging from a private mountaintop compound with hiking trails and stunning sunset views, to a weekend townhome retreat, even a Christmas tree farm.
The High Country has so much to offer and could be the perfect place for your next home. Through Ivester Jackson’s membership and offices in both the High Country and Charlotte area, mountain properties can be marketed both locally, as well as to the second home buyer market in the Charlotte area.
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