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Johns Creek Property

Jackson County, NC



328.86 Acres


Property Type


Natural Treasure

The Johns Creek Property is a natural treasure in Jackson County, North Carolina.  Native hardwoods with secluded pockets of massive white oak grace the nearly 328 diverse acres.  The property is bound to the Northeast by 200,000 acres of contiguous US Forest Service land, and it is possible to walk on public land to the Appalachian Trail, the Blue Ridge Parkway, or Mount Pisgah.  At nearly 3600 feet of elevation, Brown Mountain is the highest point near the property and offers stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

The Dream of Mountain Living

The hewn log cabin consists of 500 square feet surrounded by mountain views. There are 4 miles of trails on the tract, and 100’s of miles of US Forest Service trails and roads nearby. Johns Creek, designated Wild Trout Waters, flows from US Forest Service and runs through the property. As a family investment, the property offers immediate opportunities for hunting, hiking, or other outdoor pursuits.

Removed from Commotion, Connected to Convenience

With private road access from Brown Mountain Drive, the Johns Creek Property has easy access to Judaculla Rock and East LaPorte River Access. Cherokee, NC, Bear Lake, and Lake Glenville are within 30 miles, and the Wayehutta OHV Trail system is an easy 25 minutes. The Sapphire Valley Ski Resort is only 26 miles away, and the Cataloochee Ski Area and Appalachian Trail are under an hour. Asheville is an hour’s ride, while Atlanta and Charlotte are a 3-hour drive and Knoxville is 130 miles. Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC is within 15 minutes.

 To tour one of the largest privately held properties in the region, please get in touch with John Culp at (828)712-4910!

  • Jackson County has 31 public access points and plays host to its own chapter of Trout Unlimited. There are 4,600 miles of trout streams in the County that receive an annual stock of 92,800 trout, which is the most of any county in the state.

Property inspections shall be done during daylight hours. Seller and Rural Land Investments in no way make any representations or warranties regarding the conditions of the property, including any and all access routes, and all persons entering upon the property do so at their own risk and accept said property “as-is” in its existing condition during such inspections. All persons entering upon the property assume all risks and liabilities and agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Seller, its affiliates, officers, directors, managers, agents, representatives, and employees from and against any and all claims, demands, causes of action, injuries (including death) and damages resulting from any accident, incident, or occurrence arising out of, incidental to or in any way resulting from his or her inspection of the property or his or her exposure to the conditions of the property.

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For more information, contact:

John Culp, NC Licensed Broker

Phone 803-722-1124
Cell 828-712-4910