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Purple Sunrises Are a Common Site!
Purple Sunrises Are a Common Site!

Hi Neighbor, The Magestic Blue Ridge Mountains. We are developing over 600 acres of view property in Fancy Gap Virginia. Most lots and tracts are 1 acre, 2 acres, 3 acres, 5 acres and 10 acres.

These are by far the most magnificent views on the Blue Ridge Parkway. If our views do not exceed the pulloffs on the Blue Ridge Parkway, I will pay for your trip, if within 100 miles of us. We also have beautiful Creek Lots and Waterfalls Lots and Serene Wooded Lots.

Owner Financing on select tracts at 6 1/2 %

Steve Cook – Developer hydro@ls.net 336-210-2999  

Skype: steve53122

 

Current Specials
  • 4 separate 5 acre tracts  with best views…..$ 39,000 
  • 1 separate 32 acre tract with best views……$ 74,500
  • 5 separate 2 acre to 3 acre creek tracts…….$ 19,500 and up
  • 8 separate lots near stocked pond and waterfall…$ 7,500 and up
  • 2 New Cabins for sale. $179,000  and $149,500 ea. Fancy Gap Virginia, only 5 miles from the NC-Va State line. 16 Miles above Mt. Airy, NC
  • Prices for lots start at $7500  and go to about $50,000. Acreage tracts are about $ 4,000 to $ 12,000 per acre. Many are surround views.  ^

Owner Financing on select tracts at 6 1/2 %.

Steve Cook – Developer hydro@ls.net 336-210-2999 

Look At 3 of Our Cabins for Sale

799 Crystal Spring Drive $179,500

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This cabin at Crystal Springs Farm really lives up to its name! The cool crystal springs feed directly to the cabin and collect in a quaint galvanized bucket perched atop a huge rustic tree stump! It continuously runs fresh from the mountain and feeds into the cabin kitchen and then is delivered fresh back outside to the stream to continue its magical journey! Along the water’s stop, you can keep your drinks and melons cold in the bucket on the porch, or take a fresh sip from the handle in the kitchen. It’s like camping outdoors without the fuss of finding water, pitching a tent and building a fire! Because this home has all the luxury features you have grown accustomed to.

Modern and convenient stainless kitchen appliances, quality lighting fixtures, beautiful countertops grace the kitchen. A lovely stone fireplace makes a gorgeous focal point for the open living space whose ceiling travels all the way to the open loft area. The whole family can socialize from the open kitchen and living room.

Downstairs bedroom and full bath with his and hers sinks and mirrors, a wrap around deck with quality 2 x 8 construction, beautiful stone work inside and out, metal roof, and a 2 acre lot with a shared well. Large loft with balcony makes a perfect suite and is already plumbed for an additional bath; it’s roomy and spacious and would make a perfect cozy bedroom retreat or easily convert to a place for the kids to spread out!

This cabin home features hardwood flooring, knotty pine and stone walls and a wrap around porch already equipped with a swing!

Crystal Springs Farm- $179,500

Check out the Spring-Fed Water System! How neat is this? Call Steve Cook (336) 294-6647 or (336) 210-2999 today if you are ready to see this mountain cabin home in person.

Hey, before you go, this house can be rented for weekends or during the week!!! Grab your phone and call Dianna at 276-398-4099 http://www.doerunlodging.com   ^

516 Little Waterfalls Trail $149,500

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In our Little Water Falls development, a charming, new two story cabin is just what you’re looking for. This private retreat features new construction, two bedrooms, two baths and is ready to move in. 1300 square feet has all the room you need to stretch out. Open floor plan offers living, kitchen and dining areas perfect for entertaining. Full bath on main level features a double seated shower stall and beautiful fixtures.

Living room is stunning with a rock fireplace! Secluded deck off the kitchen is the perfect spot for breezy summer evening entertainment. New appliances. Rustic interiors. Cozy porch perfect for the rocking chairs. Trees and shrubbery in front lawn make a cozy place to while away the afternoons with a glass of lemonade!

516 Little Water Falls – $149,500 Email hydro@ls.net for more information or an appointment to see the home.    ^

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In our Little Water Falls development, a charming, new two story cabin is just what you’re looking for. This private retreat features new construction, two bedrooms, two baths and is ready to move in. 1300 square feet has all the room you need to stretch out. Open floor plan offers living, kitchen and dining areas perfect for entertaining. Full bath on main level features a double seated shower stall and beautiful fixtures.

Living room is stunning with a rock fireplace! Secluded deck off the kitchen is the perfect spot for breezy summer evening entertainment. New appliances. Rustic interiors. Cozy porch perfect for the rocking chairs. Trees and shrubbery in front lawn make a cozy place to while away the afternoons with a glass of lemonade!

Lot 247 Little Water Falls – $129,500 Email hydro@ls.net for more information or an appointment to see the home.   ^

Maps and Restrictions

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Maps and Restrictions

Your Host

Steve Cook – Developer hydro@ls.net   336-210-2999   

Skype: steve53122

For Sales, Building Advice, and Neighbor to help you through any process…

Steve Cook.    Steve is a Seasoned and very experienced Land Developer, Hydro Electric Developer, and Investor. His background includes his family developing real-estate on the Blue Ridge Mountains since 1963. His dad, Fred Cook, developed here and kept 2,000 to 3,000 acres going all the time for some 35 to 40 years. Steve majored in engineering at Wingate College, University of North Carolina in Charlotte, and Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. When Steve finished college, he had grown up in developing and did not want to develop with his dad at that time, but wanted to go do other things for a while. He opened a wholesale auto parts business in Greensboro that grew into 4 stores and an engine distribution business across 3 states for 22 years. In 1979 when the PURPA law came into effect and gave private individuals the right to make and wholesale electricity, Steve decided to build, own, and operate some Small Hydro Electric Plants on rivers in NC making renewable energy. From 1980 to 1999, he built and/or rehabilitated 7 Hydro Electric Plants. In 1999 while building the last Plant in the Uwharrie Forrest near Troy, NC, he decided to quit developing Hydro and go back to the Blue Ridge Mountains to start developing vacation property again. It was a perfect match since he had grown up in developing there. Any processes and planning were second nature to him and was a wonderful way to semi-retire. He knew from his family’s history there that people coming to the Blue Ridge Mountains wanted quiet, serene, and secluded places that were yester year type places, very laid back and communities much like you remember when you grew up in a calmer small town, away from the hussle and bussle of the metro cities and traffic jams. Steve had worked all over the Fancy Gap, Va. Area  in years past and knew the best communities, mountaintops, and ridges there. He decided to go into an area that could not be bought up in the old days and buy as much as possible regardless of what it took. The area is a set of ridges, waterfalls, and creeks that are much like a Peninsula in the sky. It is a place that segregates and secludes itself from other communities while having paved state roads coming to the entrance, Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, and private roads in the developments so kids can play anywhere.  Hiking and exercising is easy along single lane paved roads, and where the roads are built in places that make it impossible to get away from the most incredible views anywhere for 30 miles in any direction. There are 5 developments that join each other with consistent themes throughout. It is rare for you to know when you go out of one development into another and easy to navigate. It’s a place where the nighttime views are just as magnificent as the daytime views. A place where at nighttime, driving the roads there makes you feel as though you are driving thru the stars, so, the main road is named Starry Nights Drive. Steve spent 2 years buying up over 600 acres. Anything that was unsightly was either hit or lit, so that everything around his customers would be new. If the economy gets tight, those are the places that sell first and lend security to the customer’s investment.

Steve is dedicated to these developments and determined that these will be developments that enjoy the largest property value increases for his customers for 50 years. Many Lots and Tracts have doubled in value in the last few years. Steve’s experience, planning, and definantness of purpose will help to make your investment one of the best you have made.  ^

Blue Ridge Property Lots for Sale


Check Out Our View Lots
• Lot 3 Reflections Farm – $42,000
• Lot 4 Reflections Farm- $42,000
• Lot 5 Reflections Farm- $42,000
• Lot 68 Reflections Farm-$62,000
• Lot 69 Reflections Farm- $62,000
• Lot 70 Reflections Farm- $32,500
• Lot 71 Reflections Farm- $32,500
• Lot 72 Reflections Farm- $42,500
New Phase 10 in Reflection Farms
• Lot 108- 5.16 acres $74,000
• Lot 109- 3.58 acres $74,000
• Lot 110- 1.41 acres $49,500
• Lot 98- 3.29 acres $98,500 *Not ready yet
New Phase 11 in Reflections Farm
• Lot 112- 1.99 acres $62,500
• Lot 114- 2.12 acres $54,500
• Lot 115- 3.43 acres $62,500
• Lot 116- 1.95 acres $ 42,500
• Lot 117- 3.04 acres $60,000
• Lot 118- 1.23 acres $59,500
• Lot 119- 3.80 acres $62,500
New Phase 12 in Reflections Farm
• Lot 120- 6.21 acres $65,000
• Lot 122- 5.10 acres $70,000
• Lot 124- 5.08 acres $65,000
New Phase 8 in Reflections Farm New tracts for this season range in price from $34,500 to $ 89,500. The homes built on these new lots would need 3 walls of glass to appreciate the exceptional surround views.
• Lot 76- 1.13 acres $74,500 SOLD
• Lot 79- 2.21 acres $68,500
• Lot 80- 2.79 acres $65,000
• Lot 90- 1.16 acres $74,500 SOLD
• Lot 91- 2.21 acres $70,000
• Lot 92- 1.49 acres $68,000
• Lot 93- 1.48 acres $72,500
• Lot 94- 3.44 acres $89,500
• Lot 95- 0.82 acres $50,000
• Lot 96- 1.07 acres $57,500
• Lot 97- 0.99 acres $74,500
New Phase 9 in Reflections Farm
• Lot 100- 5.74 acres $67,500 *Not ready yet
• Lot 102- 2.42 acres $67,500
• Lot 104- 10.35 acres $129,500
• Lot 106-5.04 acres $50,000 *Not ready yet
New Tracts in Spring Valley Farm
• Lot 2- 1.67 acres $34,500
• Lot 3- 1.18 acres $34,500
• Lot 4- 1.24 acres $34,500
• Lot 5- 1.44 acres $42,500
• Lot 6- 1.63 acres $42,500
• Lot 7- 1.50 acres $32,500
• Lot 8- 2.30 acres $38,500
• Lot 9- 1.61 acres $38,500
• Lot 10- 2.38 acres $42,500
• Lot 11- 1.81 acres $42,500
• Lot 12- 2.53 acres $42,500
• Lot 13- 3.50 acres $ 42,500
• Lot 14- 2.50 acres $ 32,500
• Lot 15- 1.72 acres $ 32,500
• Lot 16- 1.82 acres $ 32,500
• Lot 17- 4.28 acres $ 58,000
• Lot 18- 2.33 acres $ 32,500
• Lot 19- 2.95 acres $ 44,500
• Lot 20- 2.89 acres $ 50,000
• Lot 21- $65,000
Piedmont Views
Reflections Farm:
• Lot 3- $42,000
• Lot 4-$42,000
• Lot 5- $42,000
• Lot 68- $62,500
• Lot 69- $62,500
• Lot 70- $32,500
• Lot 71- $32,500
• Lot 72- $42,500
• Lot 74- $57,500
Little Water Falls:
• Lots 252 & 253 2 lots sold together, perked for 1 house
• Lot 30- $25,000
• Lot 33- $25,000
• Lot 34- $25,000 SOLD
Old Dan Tate Place:
• Lot 2- $34,500
Ponds, Creeks and Water Falls
• Lots 216,217 & 218- $38,500 in Little Water Falls Development 3 lots sold together and perked for 1 house “Incredible waterfalls”.
All lots listed below are located in the Old Dan Tate Place Development
• Lot 6- $18,500 – Woods, small spring pond
• Lot 7- $18,500 – Woods, small spring pond
• Lot 10- $25,000 – Falling water, Pond site
• Lot 11- $25,000 – Falling water, Creek
• Lot 12- $32,500 – Waterfall, creek, covered bridge joins
• Lot 13- $32,500 – Waterfall, creek, covered bridge joins
• Lot 14- $ $25,000 – Falling water, Creek
• Lot 16- $25,000 – Falling water
• Lot 17- $25,000 – Falling water
• Lot 18- $25,000 – Falling water
• Lot 19- $32,500 – Water falls, joins common grounds
• Lot 20- $32,500 – Water falls and pond view
• Lot 21- $32,500 – Water falls and pond view
• Lot 23- $32,500 – Joins pond & falls view
Valley Views
Crystal Springs Farm:
• Lot 19- $32,000
Little Water Falls:
• Lots 300 & 254- $25,000 – 2 lots sold together and perked for 1 house
• Lot 239- $20,000 – Graded
Wooded lots
Old Dan Tate Place:
• Lot 5- $18,500 – Woods
• Lot 6- $18,500 – Woods, small spring pond
• Lot 7- $18,500 – Woods, small spring pond
Little Water Falls:
• Lot 242- $18,500 – Woods
• Lot 243- $18,500 – Woods    ^

Why We Do What We Do

Thank you for considering our developments. We thought you might like to know why we do the things we do in shaping the developments on the ground and through the legal process.
These are quaint and serene developments much like a Christmas card with single-lane paved roads winding through the woods, through extraordinary views, and by creeks and waterfalls. We’re about 25 years behind the times and willing to fight anyone who wants us to catch up.
We try to create wilderness type communities that are much like the areas you grew up in years ago. We are at about 3,000 feet of elevation and, therefore, have cool breezes most of the time. Screens on the windows prevail with air conditioning being necessary very little. Exercise machines are not necessary. It is commonplace to see neighbors walking the roads and hills for exercise in the cool air.
Wildlife includes deer, rabbits, squirrels, black bear, bobcats, and wild turkey. In our elevations, many times, you will be seeing hawks soaring below you.
Property prices have steadily risen since we started in 1999. Our equity increases for customers has been very favorable. Most big view lots that were sold for $31,500 in 2002 will now bring $65,000-$85,000. The amount of surround view land left to be developed in other areas of Fancy Gap is very small. Further out the Parkway from us, in both directions, the view areas are about used up. Those areas are generally steeper and rockier than our area. The county and the state recently changed developmental codes to where most developing in these extreme view areas along the Parkway will not be feasible. The cost of development under the new codes will at least triple. This tripling effect will slow new developments and send our equity increases higher than ever before. We were fortunate to be able to cut out, survey and finalize, pass through the Planning Board, and record over 150 new tracts before the law changed.
Most developers didn’t think the new law would be so severe and did not cut their remaining land. Therefore, as demand increases, supply will be very short. Our prices will, therefore, remain reasonable with increases through attrition.
I am not a Realtor but I am a Land Developer. We buy farms and large tracts of land and put those together to form these small communities. We then cut that area into smaller land tracts for mainly vacation folks and for retired folks. We operate in Carroll County which does not have zoning and is, therefore, not restricted. Our developments are restricted regardless of the size of the tract. The restrictions along with the size of our area, in this case, some 600 acres gives our customers an assurance of a nice neighborhood where everything around you is new. If you need to sell at some point, those are the areas that sell first in most cases. In most cases our views will exceed the pull-offs on the Parkway. We have better than 300 acres, that on a clear day with the naked eye, you will pick out every skyscraper in Winston-Salem which is 50 miles away. These are private roads but not gated and lend themselves well to ATV’s, such as; golf carts, Gators, Kawasaki Mules, etc. We do not allow 2-wheel dirt bikes, because we feel it would lead to the “2-stroke” bikes which sound like a mad bumblebee.
This is a quiet and serene place.
We are restricted against 4-wheelers and ATV’s but we all have them. The reason for this is that if someone is creating problems with noise or showing off and if we are restricted against those, we can do something about it. We may all have to hide ours for a while and then bring them back out little by little, but we can do something about it. If we were not restricted against them, we couldn’t do anything about someone creating a nuisance. There are miles of trails to hike or to ride 4-wheelers.
We develop in phases. We start selling in first phase while we are building roads, ponds, etc. in second phase. Therefore, we reserve right-of-ways out in front of us for roads for the next coming phases in several areas, since many times roads may have to be rerouted from where we thought. Grading roads can sometimes lead to massive rock and rerouting. Any areas not used after the road is finished are seeded in and left for hiking trails. We own heavy equipment to deal with most any situation in road building but economics still prevail.
We have a pond in the Reflections Development that is stocked with trout, blue gill, hybrid blue gill, and bass. We have another pond in the Little Waterfalls Development that is stocked the same way and fed by a waterfall
One pond has a helicopter pad adjacent to the dam to be used by Baptist Hospital. As we all are aging, the need for quick transportation to the hospital can sometimes be important. We are building the helicopter pad now and it will be a part of the mapping and GPS coordinates with the hospital that is only 21 minutes away by helicopter. You will still dial 911. .
We have a picnic shelter with a 40-foot long picnic table on one of the most expensive lots in the development. This shelter has served well for property owner’s meetings, singings, weddings, and gatherings of all types.
Actually, we are putting in 5 developments. But, it’s almost like one big development with subsections. You don’t know when you go out of one development into another, because we are trying to build wilderness type communities, not country clubs.
As the crow flies, we are located only 1 mile from the crossing of Highway 52 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. By road we are about 2 miles off of the Parkway. “School bus roads” come to us and private roads take over at our entrance. We use the term “school bus roads” because those are the roads that get scraped first when snow comes. In the snow you can usually get to our entranceway the first morning after the snow, but sometimes it may be a day or two before the roads are scraped in the development. When the roads cannot be scraped in the development, most of our people park their cars at the entranceway and use their ATV from the cabin to the car. The delay time for being able to scrape snow in some areas is normally because of those areas that are “north side of the bushes”, meaning shady and icy.
Normally, when the snows come, many of our people gather for campfires beside snow sledding.
We use single-lane roads for two main reasons: Naturally, single-lane roads are cheaper to build than dual-lane roads, therefore, help to keep land tract prices down. Single-lane paved roads are averaging in these rocky areas about $100,000 per mile while dual-lane roads in the same areas are averaging near $300,000 per mile. Our family has developed on the Blue Ridge Parkway for some 40 years. If the past has taught us anything, it has taught us that single-lane roads dead-ending, scares thieves and deters break-ins. These are vacation properties mainly and the thieves know you are not likely to be there. Single-lane roads scare the thieves, because if one car pulls in behind the thief, he has no outlet to go to. We have learned over the years that the single-lane roads take away about 80% of the theft, and the other 20%, we thought we would just shoot them. So bring your pistol.
We have lots and tracts that are fairly level and we have many that are steep. Most people come to the mountain looking for a flat place but in reality would be better off with a steep tract. If you will look at the main reasons you come to the mountain, in most cases, it will be to lie on the couch, look at the views, take it easy, and to clean out your mind. If you buy a flat lot, many times, you will work yourself to death trying to keep the entire lot in perfect condition. If you buy a steep lot, you will build a foundation or a basement a short distance from the road to bring the floor elevation of the house back to the road level. You will fill in, with fill dirt, between the house and the road enough for a driveway and very little grass. Then the steep areas on the view side of the house will grow back natural and you look over the top of those, without having to keep them up. That accomplishes an area of yard to keep up, that can usually be done in a few minutes instead of a half a day, which gives you more couch time.
Our restrictions are the main value builder for your property. Since Carroll County is unzoned and unrestricted anyone can build most anything they want anywhere in the county. The way our boundaries are laid out it would be very difficult for anyone to build something unsightly anywhere near your house. Our restrictions are only those things that keep these property values up. Some of the main things are naturally; no mobile homes, no unsightly outbuildings, no unlicensed vehicles, etc. Restrictions are recorded with the Register of Deeds and/or written into your Deed.
We do have a Property Owners Association even though it has not been used yet. Property owner’s dues are $125 a year plus a cost-of-living index increase that is cumulative every 24 months and starting in the year of 2000. This Property Owners Association is simplified. It is similar to dedicating a graveyard to a church. Most Property Owners Associations are pretty much a corporation with reporting requirements. This Association is for the express purpose of road maintenance and common ground areas. It is a part of the restrictions recorded with the county and a part of the Deed for every person who we have sold land to in Reflections, Old Dan Tate Place, Spring Valley, and Crystal Springs. Since all of our roads are pavement, maintenance will be very low.
The dues are for repairing asphalt, any other road repairs necessary, bushhogging shoulders of roads, and maintaining ponds, covered bridge, and any other common ground areas. These dues are not meant for lawnmower mowing of shoulders and common ground areas or manicuring like in a country club. Some of the people have gone together and contributed money to another fund for mowing shoulders and slopes much like a country club. These developments were named farms purposely to project an upkeep much like a farm which means bushhogging, not manicuring like a country club. If the people want to use a separate contribution fund for manicuring, it is fine to do so, but the contribution fund is not legally binding. The dues established by the restrictions are legally binding upon each property owner in Reflections, Old Dan Tate Place, Spring Valley, and Crystal Springs. To date, we have not started charging dues as my partner and myself have paid for and performed the maintenance on all roads and common areas. The contribution fund that some of the people have established seems to be working well and, in my opinion, should be continued since the amount of money each person has been contributing is minimal. Most developments where shoulders and slopes are kept up like a country club causes dues for property owners to be a couple of thousand dollars per year, where our dues will be less than a couple of hundred dollars a year. It is past time for us to set up the process for the Property Owners Association, and we will most likely begin this season.
We are not the developers for Little Water Falls Development. However, we bought most of the Little Water Falls lots and bought all of Little Water Falls undeveloped residue tracts. When we started buying people out, we bought some 187 lots and about 200 acres. Since we are not the original developer, we cannot set up a Property Owners Association for Little Water Falls without every property owner’s signature. We are not willing to do that. Therefore, we put increased restrictions into each person’s Deed as we sold land in Little Water Falls, along with the requirement that each person buying in Little Water Falls will pay their share of road maintenance, along with those people who bought from us “the grantors”. It is my opinion that Little Water Falls will never have a legally binding Property Owners Association. Some of the people in Little Water Falls have been putting money into this contribution fund which is in their best interest. However, it does not count toward that person’s share of road maintenance repairs when the repairs are done and billed to that person. My partner and myself have been paying for and performing road maintenance in those areas where we have land, in Little Water Falls since the beginning, which will change shortly. Road repairs should be minimal since we paved most of the roads.
The development looked the best ever, this season. Trees and bushes are maturing and coming back from past construction. Shoulders and slopes were being mowed closer and further back than in the past by the contribution fund. Grass is now covering about all of the construction areas. Snow was pushed by the contribution fund with neighbors helping neighbors back and forth to the entranceway on ATV’s during ice, which helps to bring everyone closer together. Property owners were more involved. So, it appears that the contribution fund is working well without excess expense to property owners. No major road repairs have been necessary, thus far, excepting Little Water Falls. Understanding that we have very little traffic excepting house construction,major road repairs should be minimal.
These developments contain the majority of those things our families learned over 40 years that our customers wanted and needed for prime investments in vacation and retirement property. From the beginning we have tried every way that we knew to build these developments to be something significant. Many developments for vacation property are surveyed, a road roughed-in, and sold out, without any consideration for the customer’s well being in the future. We give deep consideration to every detail, such as; paved roads that would last, asphalt instead of gravel, telephone right-of-ways, power line right-of-ways, shared wells as an alternative, and many other things that make a property owner’s land value increase dramatically for 50 years or more. Our developments now have some 50 houses or so. Fifty or more houses could not have been built and used by now in these secluded areas, unless these developments were planned out in significant detail from the beginning. Getting construction trucks in and out alone, is a major accomplishment in these quaint areas.
We feel that when you evaluate all developments on the Blue Ridge, ours will stand out. Again, we thank you for considering our developments and look forward to having you as a neighbor.
Kindest regards,
Steve Cook    ^

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We start with quality materials and use experienced builders and craftsmen to construct our homes. See the photos of the homes as they were being constructed.   ^

Fancy Gap

Fancy Gap sits in southwestern Virginia in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in the Blue Ridge Highlands region of southwest Virginia. The North Carolina state line forms the southern boundary of Carroll County.
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What is Fancy Gap Like?
The Fancy Gap, Virginia area is full of amazing people, great little restaurants, golf resorts, and quaint shops. It is the perfect location for a getaway cabin in the mountains! It’s only a quick run down Hwy 52 to Winston Salem, NC (maybe an hour and 15 minute drive). It’s 2 miles from Interstate 77. It’s right on the Blue Ridge Parkway–in fact, the Fancy Gap Parkway exit is one of the most entered/exited entry to the Blue Ridge Parkway!
If you have been considering investing in mountain land, a log cabin with a view, or a property with all the amenities, please consider calling Steve Cook today at 336-210-2999. These developments have been created with your comfort and pleasure in mind!

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Check Out Some of Our Sold Cabins

Beautiful Home in Reflections Farm SOLD Located in Reflections Farm, this 2 story features 2 BR, 2BA and awesome view of the Piedmont. $298,000
Beautiful new home on the Edge SOLD REDUCED FROM 299,500 to $250,000 Lot 66 Reflections Farm-This newly constructed home is located in the Reflections Farm developmentjust off the Blue Ridge Parkway in Fancy Gap. It includes 1700 sq. ft. on main floor and 1200 sq. ft. top level. It features 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, one with a Jacuzzi tub surrounded by rock, a great wrap around porch and a phenomenal view of the Piedmont. The living room features a gas log fireplace with entertainment cabinet built in above. The kitchen has pine cabinets, stainless steel appliances, rock work around the sink island and a window seat. This modular log home is built with quality material including 2×6 outside walls, wood frame floor trusses, and many other features above standard.
Little Water Falls Cabin with a View Lot 234 Little Water Falls- $ 194,500 SOLD This log home is a new construction 2 bedroom, 1 bath, with room to add optional 2 more bedrooms, 2 more baths. 28 feet wide x 34 feet long with optional loft. Built so that if upstairs is finished, there can be an “open to below” with pickets and will show Cathedral ceilings. Spruce pine floors in Great room, bedrooms, closets, kitchen and bath. White pine, solid wood cabinets. Gas log fireplace with hearth and rock floor to ceiling. Garage door installed with an optional pull under the house. 6 x 12 tongue & groove white pine logs with dove tail corners for walls. Full tree post accent pieces in greatroom. View = on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the best views on the Blue Ridge, this is a 7, very pretty and impressive valley views.
New Cabin with Wrap Around Porch in Little Waterfalls NEW LISTING Brand new 2 story 2 bedroom, 2 bath with a partial view located in the Little Waterfalls section of Reflections. Beautiful rock fireplace and cozy kitchen. Email us at info@mountainlandvirginia.com for more information or an appointment. Priced at $169,500
New Construction with a Big View SOLD NEW LISTING Priced at: $115,000 Dried in $194,500 Finished 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath with gas logs in a rock fireplace. Half loft design. 12 x 6 inch Tongue and Groove Logs.
New Log Home in Crystal Springs Farm SOLD
Lot 25 Crystal Springs Farm – $247,500
Beautiful, newly constructed 1386 sq. ft. home featuring 2 bedroom, 1 bath plus plumbed for a bath upstairs. Half loft, cat walk and a incredible view of the Piedmont. Rock hearth and floor to ceiling gas log fireplace. Wood floors and beautiful windows.    ^