Park. Because it’s so popular, savvy leaf-lookers avoid the
mid-day rush and go at sunrise for a peaceful view of the
carefully preserved gristmill, cabins and churches of this
In recent years, the mountains of Tennessee have
attracted attention as one of the new hot spots in retirement
due to the value of its homes, lower cost of living and no
state income tax (only on interest and dividends). The mild
four season climate of Eastern Tennessee is near perfect.
Knoxville, the largest city in eastern Tennessee, has
recently experienced a renaissance. The now vibrant downtown perched on the tranquil Tennessee River boasts many
excellent restaurants and things to do for all ages. University
of Tennessee football games are ever popular in the fall.
You’d better make sure to have advance tickets if you want
to watch the Volunteers though.
If leaf viewing is what you are after, don’t forget the
mountains of Georgia. One of the most popular towns in
the Georgia mountains is Dahlonega (location of the 2010
Ideal Home). Only an hour outside of Atlanta, you can take a
winery tour or visit one of the area’s numerous waterfalls.
Although all seasons are quite enjoyable in the mountains along the Blue Ridge Parkway, the fall is a spectacular
time to enjoy crisp, cool mornings and long casual drives. |
This is Reynold’s Blue Ridge, a spectacular 6,212 acre
community in the pristine Western North Carolina
wilderness and just minutes from Blowing Rock,
Boone and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Brought to you by the developers of the famed Reynold’s
Plantation in Georgia, Reynold’s Blue Ridge is fast
becoming one of the region’s premier communities,
and one of its most remarkable values. Our homesites,
family cottages and custom homes o;er a combination
of breathtaking views, features, amenities and family
programs unheard of at these prices.
Call 828-295-8667 or visit reynoldsblueridge.com today
to discover more about this extraordinary opportunity.
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