Chestnut Valley Farm

465 +/- acres of one of the most beautiful private tracts of land you will ever see. Nestled in the Southern Appalachians, where you can enjoy all four seasons, this property is about 3/4 surrounded by the Swallows Creek Wildlife Management Area of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Corbin Creek flows off the western flanks of Nell Knob, out of Forest Service land and onto the property where it is joined by Brier Creek. Together they merge with the Hiawassee River, creating approximately 2 miles of pristine mountain trout streams. President Carter once enjoyed a fly fishing vacation here. Five log cabins have been lovingly restored on the property for family and guests. There is an outdoor dining pavilion for creek side cookouts. Additional structures include one small antique barn, a working barn with fenced pasture for horses or livestock and an equipment barn. Open pastures provide plenty of room for recreation and plenty or room for a helicopter landing. Beautiful black walnut groves grace the landscape and provide deer, bear and turkey shaded foraging on hot summer days. This property compares to state parks like Smithgall Woods Fishing Retreat, which is just a few miles away and Cades Cove just over in North Carolina. Chestnut Valley Farm is just south of Hiawassee, Georgia and gorgeous Lake Chatuge. Within about a 20 mile radius of the property is Brasstown Bald, Vogel State Park, alpine Helen Ga, Unicoi State Park, Anna Ruby Falls, Bell Mountain Park, The Ridges Resort and Marina, Boundary Waters Marina, Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds and Concert venue, Young Harris College, Brasstown Valley Golf Resort and Spa, John C. Campbell Folk School and several wine vineyards. The Appalachian Trail and High Shoals waterfalls are within a 1 mile radius. This is the perfect property for a family haven or corporate retreat. Centrally located about 2 hours north of Atlanta, west of Greenville SC, south of Asheville NC and east of Chattanooga TN.