Spectacular views of Lake Chatuge & mountains all the way into Georgia
Enjoy Nature’s beauty in abundant display in this beautiful natural setting with lakes and forests and mountain views. Build your new home or mountain vacation retreat on this value view 1.15 acre lot. Just remove a few trees and enjoy your beautiful winter view all year round. Live in forested privacy minutes away from Hayesville, NC and Hiawassee, GA.
Enjoy small town life, a lower cost of living, and friendly people dedicated to improving their communities. Go for a hike or a bicycle ride, head out on a kayak or canoe, play golf, fish for trout, or go horseback riding. Enjoy music concerts, performance arts & theater, arts & crafts, visit vineyards and local farms, stroll farmer’s markets, learn new skills, and visit Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel in nearby Murphy.
Then come back home, sit back and relax, and enjoy the view.
About Lot 23, Shewbird Woods
Lot 23 is 1.15 acres located in Shewbird Woods subdivision, Matheson Cove township. Wide long-range mountain & lake view is seasonal, year-round with customized tree removal. Plat/Survey is available. Restrictions/Covenants available. Gravel road. Underground power in place.
About Hayesville, Clay County, NC
Hayesville, “a small town with a big heart” was named as Nicest Place in America 2017 4th Place by by Readers Digest. Read people’s stories here.
Hayesville was designated as a NC Small Town Main Street community in 2013. Small Town Main Street/Historic Hayesville, Inc. works in partnership with other volunteer organizations to restore, revitalize and beautify their historic Downtown.
Clay County Communities Revitalization Association works to stimulate economic growth, promote local assets, and preserve the rich heritage of Clay County. Restoration of the Historic Courthouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was completed in 2018.
Clay County is bordered to the south by the state of Georgia and the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Nantahala River forms part of its northeastern border. The county is drained by the Hiwassee River. In the southern part of Clay County is Chatuge Lake, on the North Carolina–Georgia border. Much of Clay County exists within the Nantahala National Forest. Fires Creek Bear Reserve is north of the township of Tusquittee. The eastern portion of the county is preserved as part of the Nantahala National Forest. Clay County is approximately 80% forest. Read more at Wikipedia.
Lake Chatuge Recreation Area
Chatuge Reservoir, located on the Hiwassee River in western North Carolina, is 13 miles long and extends southeast from the dam into north Georgia. The reservoir is named after a nearby Cherokee settlement. Sport fishing is popular at Chatuge, both in the reservoir and in the Hiwassee River below the dam. Wade fishing for trout is popular here since fish are attracted to the weir, where food is abundant.
Bike Riding & Hiking
Jackrabbit Mountain Trails – Access to over 14 miles of trails in the southern parts of Nantahala National Forest traveling to some interesting destinations such as ridgetops and beaches. All trails are open to mountain biking and hiking. Nearby is Jackrabbit Mountain campground and Lake Chatuge.
Chatuge Shores Golf Course (public) – Located on the shores of Lake Chatuge, tucked away in the beautiful North Carolina Mountains. Measuring at 6,498 yards from the back tees, the course offers a challenge for players at all skill levels.
Mountain Harbour Golf – Nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain foothills, enjoy the golf challenge you want, and the sheer enjoyment of being here in a warm, friendly and inviting setting.
Arts & Crafts
John C. Campbell Folk School provides experiences in non-competitive learning and community life. Located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, the Folk School offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.
David Goldhagen Blown Art Glass studio is located in Hayesville North Carolina. David has been working in the hot sculpted glass medium since 1979. He is a member of the Southern Highlands Craft Guild, the Carolina Designer Craftsmen, and the Glass Art Society.
Walnut Hollow Ranch – Base Camp To Awesome Trail Riding. Horse Vacation Pasture Board. RV Campground. Ultimate “Mile High Ride” to Siler Bald, “Trail & Trout” and “The Rim Ride” at Fires Creek.
Chunky Gal Stables – Trail riding, lessons, training, and boarding. Offers 1, 2 and 4 hour long trail rides through Nantahala National Forest in Hayesville, NC.
Read about many more area attractions with reviews and pictures at TripAdvisor.com.
Newspaper – The Clay County Progress
Directions: From Hwy 64/69 intersection in Hayesville travel Hwy 69 to a right on 2nd Matheson Cove Rd. Turn left on Skid Strip Ln and travel to the top. Lot 23 is on the right, just before house and turnaround at end of the road.