The Reserve of Timberwoods! Over 80 acres amongst 2 parcels of land. Could be re-subdivided out to +/- 11 lots. Drives & house pads in place if one desired to develop. Almost 1 mil in road infrastructure. Land can be used for pvt estate or add'tl development. Many home site options to build a larger home. Views available on most areas of property. Gated entry is in place. Cross the mountain stream and follow the gentle road to the top of the property. Previously approved as a subdivision, the lots could be once again split out. The previous developer has done all the work and expended the money to create the roads & rough in the drives & house pad. 10 minutes to Maggie Valley and 15 minutes to Waynesville.
- Property Type: lot/land
- Mls #: 3257719
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Bought and sold a home in 2017 in Hazelwood, Waynesville, NC 28786.
It is always such a pleasure to work with Tom & Christine Malette and their team at Realty World Heritage. They are always on the spot to take care of their clients and have their best interest in mind. ...
Showed home in 2016 in Midtown, Atlanta, GA 30308.
I ended up buying in another state, but this team is the best I've ever encountered. They sincerely want to help you find the right place, and that goal takes precedence over everything else. Highly ...
Showed home in 2016 in Panther Creek, Clyde, NC 28721.
Tom and Christine Mallette are excellent to work with. They are wonderful, professional, and hard working people. They both amazed be with how knowledgeable they are with the latest technology. After ...
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Showed home in 2016 in Maggie Valley, NC.
I was planning to buy a rental property as part of my 1031 exchange.
Because of time limitation, I was unable to find a home that would suite my criteria. The Mallette Team showed me probably 30 ...
Sold a Single Family home in 2016 for approximately $200K in Clyde, NC.
Tom and his team were superb! I listed my house on a Friday, had multiple showings and two good offers by the following Thursday, one of which I accepted. It was the the right marketing and the right ...