Explore Blue Ridge, GA

By Christy Reece
(Mountain Place Realty)
Comments 5
What better way to spend a spring day than out on pristine Lake Blue Ridge in the North Georgia Mountains?  And now that warm weather is finally here to stay in Fannin County, the fish are biting and outdoors are beckoning you to don a tank top, pack a picnic, and allow the sun to melt away any l...

By Judy Aselton
(Century 21 Prof.Realty Grp)
Comments 0
Move over Ironman and USMC challenges, here comes the Blue Ridge, Ga. annual "running" of the Mountain Adventure Race on April 12, 2008.  Actually, this race is in its 11th year and recognized by USARA as a major competition.Teams are formed, named (more about that later!) entered and then compet...

By Christy Reece
(Mountain Place Realty)
Comments 3
 Everyone in Blue Ridge, GA is eagerly awaiting the upcoming Adventure Race; but the Thomas & Reece team is especially excited.  You see, our fellow Keller Williams agent Russ Stevenson and a developer with whom we closely work, Davey Haight, are competing in this North Georgia Mountain race.  Th...

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 20
Nothing was more exciting to me when I was a little girl than when, on a Saturday night, the family would pile into my dad's Impala and we'd go to McDonald's for dinner (back when the sign bragged "Millions and Millions Sold") and then to a drive-in movie.  I saw some of my all-time favorite movi...

By Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living
(Keller Williams Realty Partners)
Comments 6
A low-maintenance active adult neighborhood, The Oaks is located five minutes from downtown Blue Ridge Georgia and is walking distance to Tammen Park and the Toccoa River. The nature trail invites bike riders and strollers alike. Paved roads, city water and sewer. It's all here at The Oaks.The Oa...

By Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living
(Keller Williams Realty Partners)
Comments 0
The Cadence Equestrian Community is situated on over 510 acres of rolling meadows, wooded mountain slopes and wetlands. Development of 150 homesites has been thoughtfully planned to preserve over 100 acres of open space, and protect wildlife and other natural treasures.In addition to the Equestri...

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 6
  April 01, 2008Blue Mountain Jam at Kiwanis Fairgrounds   Kiwanis Fairgrounds  From April 01, 2008Calling all Artists "Rare Talent" Variety Show ToApril 03, 2008Blue Ridge Community Theater   April 03, 2008Winter Pickin Enjoy Acoustic Musicians at Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association   Blue Ridg...

By Christy Reece
(Mountain Place Realty)
Comments 0
Why buy now?  The economy seems headed for a recession, cost of living is rising, and even here in Blue Ridge, Georgia, some real estate veterans are shaking in their boots.  True, these trying market conditions are tough on real estate pros, but they're ideal for most buyers.  In fact, if you ha...

By Pat Trainor
(Coldwell Banker High Country Realty)
Comments 1
Finally some good news for housing, according to news reports last week sales of existing homes posted a slight increase for the first time in 6 months. Last months gains were driven by more aggressive price cutting by sellers in many parts of the country.  In the South, existing-home sales incre...

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 15
Two thousand years ago, so the Cherokee legend of Fairy Crosses begins, the "Yunwi Tsunsdi," or Little People, lived in the beautiful mountains of what is now North Georgia and Western North Carolina.  Shy and elusive creatures, the Little People were revered throughout the Cherokee Nation for th...

By Michael Lacy
(RE/MAX Highlands)
Comments 1
Take a short 60 second tour of the magnifincent North Georgia Mountains this past fall. It was MAGNIFICENT!!:For more information on the area visit The Blue Ridge Mountain Team

By Christy Reece
(Mountain Place Realty)
Comments 2
With the number of foreclosures jumping 60% over the past year, the question often arises....are foreclosures truly good deals?In reality, a small percentage of foreclosures are, indeed, worth your time.  However, there are a couple of major issues that affect this opportunity to get a great home...

By Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living
(Keller Williams Realty Partners)
Comments 5
The Blue Ridge Mountain Adventure RaceBlue Ridge, GeorgiaSite of the 2008 USARA National ChampionshipIn the spring of 1998, the first Blue Ridge Mountain Adventure Race started as Georgia's first adventure race.  Nine years later the race continues to be a favorite of racers throughout the southe...

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 21
"Welcome to Waffle House!!" That's what the combined chorus of voices greets you with as you walk through the door of what may be the most iconic restaurant in the South. The Waffle House chain began its storied journey in 1955 when the first restaurant opened in Avondale Estates, a suburb of Atl...

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 3
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE RACEApril 12, 2008 -- 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Running, biking and paddling for 35 miles is definitely NOT my idea of a good time! Yet, for some hardy souls, the Blue Ridge Mountain Adventure Race is an event that draws them back to the North Georgia mountains year after year....

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 4
Towards the middle of Spring, the mountains of North Georgia are positively boisterous--awash in a riot of color and sound.  This is the Spring that gets all the attention, that garners all the accolades.  Yet, for me, it is early Spring that I find most beautiful.  The daffodils--those early ris...

By Kim Southern- "Sold" with Southern Hospitality, Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains!
(Century 21 In the Mountains)
Comments 5
Fannin Tobacco and Candy CompanyVisitors strolling down the charming main street of downtown Blue Ridge will encounter a red brick building that would have been far more at home in the 1930's or 1940's. Most of the buildings in downtown Blue Ridge are equally as old and equally as quaint.  What m...

By Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living
(Keller Williams Realty Partners)
Comments 2
It has been a while since we have heard from one of my associates, Byron Wyndham. This is not at all his fault, I have to take most, if not all of the blame. He actually sent me the article for this post several weeks ago. Byron is a Real Estate attorney here in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Should you ha...

By Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living
(Keller Williams Realty Partners)
Comments 4
Keller Williams Realty International came out with a great article this week concerning Buyers, and why most are just not willing to pull the trigger on buying a home in today's market. I know that activity has made a positve move over the past several weeks. Emails are coming in and the phones a...

By Chad Lariscy, Advocate For Mountain Living
(Keller Williams Realty Partners)
Comments 0
Gilmer County had a substantial difference of volume over Fannin and Union Counties mostly due in part to a large parcel of land that sold for $2.2 Million. Read the rest of this entry »

Blue Ridge, GA Real Estate Professionals