Sapphire North Carolina
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Sapphire NC Real Estate Market Info
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What It’s Like to Live in Sapphire
This picturesque mountain community is known for it’s relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere. Residents and vacationers enjoy unspoiled native forests, pristine lakes, and crystal clear streams.
Sapphire’s main focal point is the beautiful Fairfield Lake. In this spot the once grand Fairfield Inn hosted wealthy guests and captains of American business. Fairfield Lake is the center for all things water – mainly, lake fishing, & sailing. The lake is also known for its Fourth of July Fireworks display and as an entertainment venue for musical events during the summer season.
While Fairfield Lake offers a picturesque natural point of interest, Lonesome Valley is home to the largest box canyon east of the Rockies. This breathtaking canyon and the view are simply stunning.
Things to Do in Sapphire
Restaurants, hotels, shopping, golf and tennis compliment the area. While there are public, daily-fee golf courses, membership in private country clubs that offer a premium golf experience is popular. Tennis, croquet, and pickle ball are also popular with country club members. A variety of amenities are offered with the emphasis on outdoor activities:
Sapphire is known for waterfalls, lakes, hiking trails, and streams. The Horsepasture River crosses through the community and offers great fly fishing. Perfect for the angler looking to spend an afternoon in the great outdoors. Hiking trails and waterfalls can be found nearby. At Gorges State Park one will find a variety of trails as well as Rainbow Falls and Turtleback Falls. The ever popular Whitewater Falls is also nearby. Panthertown Valley, known as the Yosemite of the East, offers miles and miles of hiking trails accented with several waterfalls. Check out Schoolhouse Falls.
Why You Will Love it Here
Nestled amid the scenic beauty of Blue Ridge Mountains, the North Carolina mountain town of Sapphire, North Carolina offer a rustic yet refined lifestyle experience. The community offers a variety of dining options, unique shopping, and a multitude of outdoor activities. While the mild seasonal temperatures and the scenic beauty are a big draw to Sapphire, its relaxed pace is also enjoyed by all that call the community home.
Sapphire Community Information
Similar to the other surrounding mountain towns, the average daily high temperature in July is a pleasant 78º F. It’s no wonder that Sapphire has been a popular retreat for southerners looking to escape the summer heat since the late 1800’s. Sapphire, North Carolina boasts some of the coolest summer temperatures in the eastern United States.
Much of Sapphire orients along US Highway 64 – and is a short drive that includes scenic overlooks to the charming town of Highlands, NC. The distance from Sapphire to Highlands is approximately 12 miles. Sapphire, North Carolina is located in Jackson County and is considered to be a part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The town is within a days drive of 60% of the eastern United States.
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Sapphire NC Real Estate Brokers
Interested in homes for sale in Sapphire, North Carolina? Let us navigate the buying process. One of the many advantages of hiring us as your buyer’s agent is you’ll be working with a licensed real estate brokerage in North Carolina (and South Carolina) with nearly 40 years of expertise and insight. You’ll also have the peace of mind knowing that you have a real estate professional that represents your interests. We are members of the Highlands-Cashiers Board of REALTORS® with access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) showcasing the latest property listings and real estate data including single family homes, condos/townhouses, land, homesites, open houses, new listings, price reduced homes, recently bought homes, market trends, and more. Not seeing what you’re looking for on this page? Expand your real estate and home search to other neighborhoods and developments in Highlands, Cashiers, Lake Toxaway, Sapphire, Lake Glenville, and Scaly Mountain.
Zip Codes for Sapphire, North Carolina
The zip code for Sapphire, North Carolina is 28774 according to the Highlands-Cashiers Board of Realtors® and Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
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