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- 3 Baths
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Located at an elevation of 3,484 feet at the southern tip of Jackson County in Western North Carolina, Cashiers is a bit off the beaten path and surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, flowing waterfalls and rolling green hills. The casually sophisticated, Western NC mountain village is full of intimate gated communities tucked amid Silver Run Falls and Panthertown Valley National Forest. If you choose one of our homes for sale in Cashiers, NC, you’ll enjoy a lively tourist season from May through October, full of fun events and things to do for the entire family. People from all over the Southeast and beyond visit Cashiers during this time to escape the summer heat and humidity – one of the reasons homes for sale in Cashiers, NC make excellent vacation homes. Join the ranks of families who flock to the area to create beloved summer vacation traditions they’ll pass down through the generations. You might like it so much you’ll decide to live here year-round. Cashiers, NC is an outdoor recreation haven with family-friendly activities and cultural events, which makes this area perfect for creating your own family traditions.
The center of the town is known as the “crossroads.” This is where you’ll find popular gathering places like the Village Green and other nearby attractions and events, including:
The Village Green and Village Commons – a pristine 12.5-acre public park that is the pulse of the community’s culture and fellowship, as well as the site of family-friendly activities as well as a children’s park, picnic grounds, sculpture, gardens, and nature walk
Groovin’ on the Green Concerts – a free, family-friendly event held most Friday nights during summer
Zachary-Tolbert House – one of the first buildings in Cashiers, NC, now operated as a museum by the Cashiers Historical Society
Arts and Crafts Fairs – offered several times during the season
Silver Run Falls – an easily accessible waterfall and swimming hole
Cashiers Trail – visitors can meander through antique stores, boutiques and unique gift shops. You can schedule a fly fishing trip, pick up hiking gear, relax at the local brewery or pick up fresh veggies and more at the Farmers Market, which is open daily all season.
In 1832, Colonel John A. Zachary, from Surry County, North Carolina, and his son explored the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau area. The next year they returned and became the first homesteaders in the area. His son’s house – the Zachary-Tolbert House – was a wedding gift to his bride. It still stands today and is the pride of the Cashiers Historical Society. Why is the region named Cashiers? The name is said to be derived from the gem mining trade that flourished here in the early 1900s. Miners were paid in cash for the gold and gemstones they found – hence the name Cashiers, as well as its pronunciation, “CASH-erz.”
If a home for sale in Cashiers, NC sounds like the right fit for your lifestyle, let us know! We have offices located throughout the Plateau and we’re also just a phone call away. Browse our homes for sale in Cashiers, NC, and picture yourself getting back to the simple life. Sit by a rushing creek and bask in the warmth of the sun. Hike along a scenic trail or take a leisurely drive through the mountains and admire the area’s breathtaking views. Life is just easier here in Cashiers.
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Listing information last updated on April 16th, 2021 at 6:24pm EDT.