Only in the Mountains Realty…
Madison County, North Carolina.
It is operated locally by Susan K. Crosby who is a sole proprietor and broker-in-charge.
What sets Hot Springs (Madison County) apart from places such as Asheville, Waynesville, Maggie Valley?
It’s a slower paced lifestyle with less traffic, noise, and people.
It’s an area desirable for a retirement destination, or second home for
to suit almost anyone’s wants and needs.
contact me to begin searching for “your peace of the mountains”.
If you’re considering selling your property in the Hot Springs area
contact me to discuss current market trends,
and how I can work for you to sell your property.
Only in the Mountains Realty is the property manager
of Wilderness Lodge, a vacation rental near Hot Springs, NC.
This log home is located 13 miles from historic Hot Springs,
a quaint mountain town popular for
hiking, rafting, fishing,
just an overall… escape from day to day life!
In addition to seclusion this vacation home offers popular amenities
hot tub for the ultimate relaxation experience.
~ Seasonal rates and year round discounts ~
buyers & sellers
I’m not just selling homes and land,
you’re buying a lifestyle… only in the mountains.
You can find helpful consumer information on the Consumer Information page,
along with more useful information on my Blog page.
My blogs are intended to be informative more so than a diary of events,
although you may also read some of my activities on it.
T.B.D. Meadow Fork School Rd. – 6.9 acres
Cottage with 7.2+- acres & MOUNTAIN VIEWS!
PRICED TO SELL
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300 Buck Drive
REDUCED by $8K
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Staghorn Dr. Lot #33
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“So you want to live ‘away from it all’? Here’s what’s involved.”
Only in the Mountains Realty
is a sole proprietorship operated by Susan K. Crosby- real estate broker
is a member of:
National Association of Realtors
North Carolina Association of Realtors
Haywood County Board of Realtors
Information contained herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Photography by :
(unless otherwise credited)
Sunset Serenade– Steven C. Anderson