River & Mountains
Mountains, Whitewater River, Forests, Lake and Equestrian properties in the heart of Western NC pristine Mystical Nature. Your home away from home.
Live in One Gated Community
Enjoy All Three
The Mystic Triad
On the Nantahala
Thirty seven whitewater riverfront acres stretching nearly two miles, also featuring our River Park, and the river's edge River Lodge clubhouse with its own private river islands. No other Whitewater choice exist east of the Mississippi! Period. River lots are still available - no more unique place in NC
At Queens Lake
A green island in a sea of tranquility surrounded on three sides by the Nantahala National Forest and traversed by spring-fed creeks and lush habitat, dense with a profusion of flowering rhododendron and mountain laurels. Miles of trails, fish-stocked pond and an equestrian center for your horses compliment its offerings. No finer land in WNC!
Atop Queens Lake
Over 100 acres of rolling mountainous tract atop the cusp of the Nantahala Gorge with the Nantahala River at a sheer drop of a thousand feet below, as the mountain ridges across the gorge loom mighty. Astronomical observatory and lakefront boat/clubhouse are Mystic Ridge's highlight amenities. Only three lots left for sale!
More. Much Much More to Do!
Nantahala is "The Number One Family Vacation Destination"
- National Geographic Magazine -
"The Happiest Place in America"
is the verdict of the Geography of Bliss. From New Age to Appalachia, it's all in this ecumenical city with the Biltmore estate its crown jewel
"America's Longest National Park"
The legendary trail, over 2,000 miles long, across 14 states, passes right in our own backyard
Great Smoky Mtns National Park
"Land of the Blue Haze"
Millions of visitors each year - a stone-throw away from Mystic Lands
The Trail of Tears is Now the Road to the Cherokee Casinos
To Murphy one way and Cherokee the other, through the Nantahala Gorge, the Cherokee Nation casinos offer excitement of a different sort...
Our Location in WNC
2.30 hours north of Atlanta; 1.15 hours west of Asheville