Hiawassee, GA Real Estate News

By Nina Gail Betancourt, Westchester County NY
(North Country Sotheby's International Realty)
Whenever I tell people about the beauty, peace and tranquility I have found in the North Georgia mountains, I'm frequently asked "Why did you choose here?". Let me start by saying we have traveled throughout the Rockies, in both the West and in Canada. Our family trips to the White Mountains have provided us incredible memories. Even our many seashore vacations are some of our most enjoyable times. However, when we began to visit North Georgia, almost 10 years ago, we felt something different.We fell in love with the Northeast Georgia mountains and couldn't stop dreaming of the day we could spend all our time there. The large gorgeous lakes in the Union, Towns and Fannin Counties provided me, a water sign, the element I knew I had to be around. And my husband, a mountain lover, felt rig...
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By Blue Ridge Ga Real Estate >> Real Property in Blue Ridge Georgia
(United Country Landmasters)
Georgia Mountain Fair - 7/18 - 7/29/2007 - Mon-Fri: 10 am – 8 pm & Sat: 9 AM – 8 PM & Sunday 9 AM – 6 PM First class musical performances, fun carnival rides and more. Pioneer Village is a replica of how the ole mountain towns used to be.  An old, one room schoolhouse, a log home with furnishings just like it was in the 1800's, a mercantile store, smoke house, barn and corn crib are just like it was then. It takes you back. "Old Ways" Demonstrations will take you back as local folks show how "moonshine" was made, corn milling, shake making, cider squeezing, pork skin frying, quilting, black smithing, soap and hominy making, and more. Cost: $8 (Children under 10 years free) 3-Day Weekend Pass: $16. Parking fee: $2 per car Phone: 706-896-4191 - Location: Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds, 1311...
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By Blue Ridge Ga Real Estate >> Real Property in Blue Ridge Georgia
(United Country Landmasters)
For the first time, the rich traditions and the distinctive sounds of the north Georgia mountains are coming together for an unforgettable event, the Georgia Mountain Roots & Music Festival. The Festival will take place June 8 - June 10 at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds. Tickets for the musical performances in Anderson Music Hall are on sale now for only $18 on Friday, $26 on Saturday and $12 on Sunday. A special Friday and Saturday two-day pass is also available for just $39. Children under 10 are admitted for free, and parking is free for the Festival. Tickets may be purchased by phone at 706) 896-4191 or online at www.GeorgiaMountainFairgrounds.com. The 2007 Georgia Mountain Roots & Music Festival will feature both traditional and contemporary bluegrass performers, as well as Amer...
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