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    For the Love of (Old) Houses!

    By Allison Ralph | December 3, 2021

    By: Allison Ralph Have you ever wondered if real estate agents are tempted to buy what they sell? The answer is a resounding “YES” and while It may not happen quite so regularly in a densely populated market where one cookie cutter house or apartment is much like the another, when you work in a... Read More

    The Polar Express – Bryson City NC

    By Tammy Coleman | January 26, 2022

    Do you remember the magic of Christmas? Do you remember how magical decorations looked, the spirit and excitement in the air in December the same as when you were a child?    One quaint town that embodies the spirit of Christmas around the Christmas Holidays is Bryson City. The town is all a glow with lights,... Read More

    3 Must See Waterfalls in Nantahala National Forest

    By Old Town Brokers Team | November 24, 2021

      Waterfalls are a great attraction to visit year round.  Enjoy peak foliage in the fall, maybe take a swim in the summer, or catch a glimpse of ice formations/icicles in the winter. Nantahala National Forest is home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in Western North Carolina.   Nantahala is the largest national... Read More

    Fishing in Graham County and the surrounding Snowbird Area

    By Jeremiah Jacobs | January 21, 2021

    BY ROBIN SARGENT Real Estate Agent with Old Town Brokers Graham County is remote, wild, relatively pristine, and sparsely populated – Lots of cold clear mountain streams and rivers; the sort of place where trout flourish. The following is an overview of the trout-fishing paradise that is within Graham County because of the vast tracts... Read More

    Awesome Flyfishing in the Nantahala River

    By Jeremiah Jacobs | December 21, 2020

    BY ROBIN SARGENT Real Estate Agent with Old Town Brokers A little known area above Lake Nantahala where the Nantahala river flows into the lake is an awesome area for fly fishing. It is known as the Rainbow Springs area, which is located above the Nantahala Lake. It is a remote area, surrounded and bordered... Read More

    Rainbow Springs

    By Jeremiah Jacobs | December 5, 2020

    Why I live in Rainbow Springs, and why you should visit! Reason #1 The Nantahala River Rainbow Springs is a private community in western North Carolina bordering the pristine upper Nantahala River. The upper Nantahala River begins in the Standing Indian section of the Nantahala National Forest, which happens to be the largest national forest... Read More