Madison County Property

Madison County Court HouseThe “Jewel of the Blue Ridge,” Madison County is located approximately 20 miles north of Asheville. The traditions and customs of the town have a heavy Scottish and Irish influence due to many of the original residents, who settled in the area because of the similarities of Madison County property to their homeland. Madison County real estate is ideal for those looking for a mountain getaway, property for a small farm operation, or a private retreat.

Madison County is heavily forested with over 60 miles of the Appalachian Trail passing through, giving residents the opportunity to participate in myriads of recreational activities. Madison is also the birthplace of the Southern Highlands Craft Guild, an organized group dedicated to folk art preservation.

Some of the most popular communities in Madison County include Hot Springs, Marshall, Mars Hill, and Wolf Laurel, each offering unique amenities and features to their lucky residents.

You can read more about life with Madison County real estate & property below the following homes for sale.

Real Estate in Madison County, NC

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The Natural Beauty of Madison County Land

Not to be confused with any of the 18 other Madison Counties in the United States, this one is undoubtedly the best. Our Madison County lands are an outdoor paradise and the opportunities to play are absolutely endless: geocaching, kayaking, disc golfing, skiing, target shooting, fishing and hiking are among the activities Madison County home owners can easily indulge in each and every day.

Madison County's Popular Communities

Madison County CyclistHot Springs: Voted the "Best Small Mountain Town" by Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine, Hot Springs is well-loved by outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. In addition to having to Appalachian Trail cut through the heart of downtown, Hot Springs is also home to the French Broad River. Hiking, rafting, cycling and horseback riding are all common activities in this beautiful town.

Marshall: Marshall is the county seat of Madison County, resting along the beautiful French Broad River. Covering 3.8 square miles, Marshall is a historic town with a friendly collection of residents. Despite its small size, Marshall has a lot of heart and a great appreciation of the arts. Studios, shops and artistic venues can be found in this beautiful community, as well as several century-old buildings and real estate opportunities.

Mars Hill: Mars Hill is a beautiful and vibrant community with the largest population in Madison County. A number of annual events and celebrations keep this charming community connected, and it's easy to indulge in arts, entertainment and outdoor fun in Mars Hill. The town is also home to Mars Hill College, the oldest post-secondary institute in WNC.

Wolf Laurel: A highly popular gated community, Wolf Laurel property offers private living within Madison and Yancey Counties. Wolf Laurel features tennis courts, a golf club, recreation center and the Wolf Ridge Ski Resort. In addition, the community has easy access to hiking trails, the Appalachian Trail and popular national forests.

CB King would love to tell you more about Madison County property, real estate & land. Contact our office online or call 828-398-5700 to learn more.

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