1061 Sugar Mountain #2 Road Newland, NC 28604
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Community - Linville
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Described as a tiny town with big outdoor adventure, Linville is located in Avery County, North Carolina.
Real Estate in Linville
Because of the area’s close proximity to Grandfather Mountain, Linville Falls, Linville Gorge and popular ski resorts, the town is home to many high-end homes, expansive retreats and condos, featuring an average sales price of $1.1 million.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Linville is home to the Linville Gorge, or as some call it, the “Grand Canyon of the East.” Thanks to this natural beauty, visitors flock to this destination year round and are delighted with the vast amount of hiking, biking and camping opportunities that await them. Additionally, Grandfather Mountain is located just 10 minutes from the town center and provides visitors with plentiful hiking, biking and backpacking excursions.
In the winter months, residents and tourists escape to ski and have their choice of nearby popular ski destinations like Beech and Sugar Mountain.
Get underground and explore Linville Caverns— North Carolina’s only caverns. The caverns are open for tours seven days a week from March to November and on the weekends only between December and February.
Additionally, residents of Linville enjoy exploring many fun communities like Boone, Banner Elk, Valle Crucis and Blowing Rock— all conveniently located right around the corner.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Linville is a part of the Avery County School System that is made up of nine different elementary, middle, and high schools. Their mission is to prepare students for success by providing the best education possible through supportive relationships with students, parents, and community.
Lees-McRae is very close to Linville and is a private four-year college affiliated with the Presbyterian church. Additionally, Caldwell Community College and Appalachian State University are also located nearby.
In the 1800s a fishing expedition first discovered fish by a rock and upon further investigation, the fisherman found a small opening in the rock. The opening lead to a limestone cavern that is called Linville Caverns and is the only caverns in North Carolina.
Properties within a 4.59 mile radius and similar in price (± 10%)