Address: Snowbird Woods Road
Water Feature: Rushing Creek
Comfortably situated right in the very heart of the rugged Nantahala National Forest, this nearly 2-acre tract is located on the Western sloped of the Snowbird Mountains. As you can see from the photos – the fresh, rushing mountainwaters provide an abundance of life for what can only be described as a beautiful natural habitat packed with lush vegetation.
View the aerial footage and notice how this gorgeous creek flows directly through the property The tract includes 300 ft of snowbird creek, and being that this rushing creek cuts through the property – you have both sides of the creek to work with from a view and scenery perspective. Owning opposing sides of the creek offers a few unique advantages that many creek or riverfront properties cannot offer – two unique views, two unique sets of sceneries and essentially 600 total feet of waterfront. With this, comes both sunrise and sunset views, depending on which side of the creek you’re relaxing on.
The water flowing through this property has a bioclassification rating of “Excellent”, as indicated by the North Carolina Division of Water Quality. Reason for this is the water upstream has very few private Creekside private ownership upstream and no crops – which means the water running through this property is the cleanest, purest mountainwater you will ever come across.
One side of the property has paved road frontage on Little Snowbird Road, and the opposite side has nicely-maintained gravel access. No 4x4s or off-road needed for access, as the gravel is well taken care of and only about a quarter mile.
The property is near Lake Santeetlah and the Cherohala Skyway and with a little clearing will offer excellent mountain views. It’s an easy and peaceful drive from town on excellent roads. There are relaxed restrictions to ensure the community sustains it’s natural habitat and no HOA.
Come and get your little slice of heaven in Graham County, North Carolina!
The topography footprint, we map the location using the mapper, and then place our checkpoints on both the property’s uppermost and lowermost areas in terms of elevation. While these two numbers don’t necessarily paint an accurate picture in terms of slope steepness, they do give us a relatively accurate idea in terms of the elevation differences of the property. As you can see, this property on Snowbird Creek provides around 100 feet of elevation difference from side-to-side and, as noted above – the flowing creek provides a forested, majestic imagery from both sides of the property.