Do you dream of owning North Carolina mountain or lake property?

The Nantahala Lake area just may be what you're looking for. A quiet, shimmering lake atop Nantahala mountain at a cooling 3,000-foot. A largely uncommercial diamond in the rough. Remote, yet easily accessible.


There's more to Nantahala than a lake.

The beautiful Nantahala Mountains surrounding the lake offer some of the most prized homesites in Western North Carolina

Below the dam, the Nantahala River tumbles down the mountainside creating some of Western North Carolina's most spectacular cascades and waterfalls — and some of the South's most celebrated trout-fishing waters.

For information on Nantahala real estate, call us at 800-293-1998.


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We help you find and purchase Western North Carolina real estate — including NC mountain homes for sale by owner.

PO Box 1149
131 Wilson Street
Andrews, NC 28901

Office 828-321-5516
Fax 828-321-1072

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Roy Sargent,

Cell 828-361-3336

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Robin Sargent, Broker

Cell 404-217-2724

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Janine Boulay-Seibert

Broker, Realtor SFR


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Randy Hogsed



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In Atlanta, I was involved in the office design, real estate and architecture businesses for a number of years. Yet when Daphne and I thought of retirement, these beautiful mountains were our natural choice. And someday we may indeed retire. But until then, we enjoy helping folks find their mountain dreams.   — Roy

The Cherokee were the first to discover the magic of these mountains. Centuries later the Scots-Irish settled here, lured by the landscape that reminded them so much of their homeland.

Today, the quiet seclusion of our hills and coves is attracting more and more people to the mountains and lakes of Western North Carolina… for vacation and retirement living, and for finding a new lifestyle away from the congestion of the city.

These are the highest and most rugged mountains east of the Mississippi. Our peaks provide wonderous views. And our valleys are cooled by the rushing cascades of mountain trout streams. In the midst of it all, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the nation’s most popular natural wonder.

This is the land that vacation and retirement dreams are made of. And we can help make those dreams come true.