Previously two adjoining lots totaling 6.3 acres merged into one lot in May 2018. Upper portion adjoins the Pisgah National Forest where the Appalachian Trail passes through. It has a roughed-in driveway, level and cleared building site, a well, and provides a pleasing southern mountain view. Lower portion of property has a separate roughed-in driveway, level area that may be suitable for camping, both upper/lower portions have underground electric.
Live here seasonally, or for the adventure minded… year round. Consider building an income producing seasonal vacation rental, too. The cleared building site could be suitable for a park model cabin. With a minimum building size requirement of only 500 square feet (100 sq. ft. can be deck/porch) this style of cabin is a good option. Of course, you can build larger with a vertical home plan. NO mobile homes are permitted. If you desire privacy, and a place to escape from the rest of the world… this could be it!
Located in the Roaring Fork West subdivision which has a homeowner association to ensure the cohesiveness of homes built there. Homeowner association dues of $500 per lot annually maintains the private road throughout, and common areas. The subdivision borders Pisgah National Forest, and has a one way in/out road system.
The quaint and historic town of Hot Springs, Appalachian Trail/Max Patch Bald are less than 15 miles away. Asheville is approximately 35 miles away.
HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION DUES: $1,000/$500 annually per lot includes road maintenance
TAXES: $325 (total for both lots as previously known)
NOTE: Both lots are numbered (40 & 41) and included on one map
|Address:||T.B.D. White Oak Way|
|Scenery:||Mountain view, wooded, adjoins National Forest, private/remote|
|Community:||Roaring Fork West|
|Recreation:||Common area picnic area|
|Utilities:||Well, underground electric|