Why live in the mountains?
Maybe one of the greatest appeals to living in Madison County
is the lack of traffic, noise, and high rise buildings! Madison County consists of the towns of Hot Springs,
Marshall (county seat), and Mars Hill (home to Mars Hill University) .
Nestled in between these towns are numerous communities such as Spring Creek, Trust, and more.
With a population of 600+- people the quaint mountain town of Hot Springs
has locally owned restaurants, shops, family owned hardware store, and history!
Within a half hour you can reach Weaverville, and Newport Tennessee where you will find
WalMart, Lowes, and other franchise businesses.
Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine.
so it’s a popular stopping place for hikers to pick-up mail,
and supplies as they continue northbound.
and Tennessee for weekend getaways in Hot Springs
or the French Broad River,
Even local residents enjoy a day or evening at the spa!
Hot Springs has the distinction of being voted the
“2012 Best Small Mountain Town”
by readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine
Western North Carolina has interstate road systems such as I-40, and I-26.
Other major roads such as U.S. Hwy. 25/70, Hwy. 19/23/74, Hwy. 209,
connect rural areas to cities such as Asheville, Waynesville, &
towns such as Hot Springs, and Marshall.
twisting, and steep roads.
due to the terrain.
As your real estate broker I feel it is important for you to be
well informed about the area.