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Blue Ridge, GA

A beautiful mountain town located in northern Georgia, Blue Ridge offers the best of what mountainside living has to offer. With breathtaking views of glistening waterfalls, hundreds of miles of scenic hiking trails, luxury mountain cabins to suit your every need, and endless excitement and a thriving arts scene, Blue Ridge is where your new life begins.


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Blue Ridge Real Estate Stats

Average Price $996K
Lowest Price $140K
Highest Price $8.9M
Total Listings 292
Avg. Days On Market 76
Avg. Price/SQFT $398

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For adventurers and passionate outdoor enthusiasts, Blue Ridge, Georgia offers homebuyers the opportunity to own the log cabin of their dreams. With exceptional views and private, forested properties, homes on the Blue Ridge real estate market are available at a range of price points. From quaint, charming homes found in the sprawling foothills to large, luxury estates overlooking the water, there’s a definite reason why property in this city is so highly sought-after.

Blue Ridge real estate is composed of homes located in the center of the city, and those that dot the surrounding mountain ranges. The Appalachian Highway (US-76) curls around the city and is the best point of access if coming from one of the neighboring areas, such as Ellijay or Mineral Bluff. Many of the homes for sale in the residential neighborhoods surrounding the Blue Ridge downtown are older bungalows, which typically start at lower price points, although there are a selection of multi-story properties, too.

As there are often vacant lots and land for sale, sometimes new construction homes (and even a few condos complexes) will also appear on the market. Architecturally, these are perhaps not always the log cabin style homes that are often associated with the area, but they do have their own distinct charm. There is, as well, value in purchasing vacant land and building a custom home, as Blue Ridge presents a great investment opportunity.

Venturing out from downtown Blue Ridge will allow for more choice for prospective buyers. Here, tucked into the forests along the winding roads, is where much of the picturesque log cabins are located. As many are custom builds, each home is quite unique, with both single-story and multi-story properties for sale. Interior design often pulls from the log cabin exterior, and usually features wood siding, exposed beams, rustic kitchens and wood cabinetry, and fireplaces. 

Of course, there are also luxury homes for sale in Blue Ridge. These include both mountain log cabins and luxury lakefront homes, many of which are located to the south and east of the city center. To the south are many of the mountain homes for sale, which allow for some amazing views, as these properties are often constructed to overlook the steep drop below. 

To the east is Blue Ridge Lake, one of the area’s most popular attractions. Lake area and lakefront homes are incredibly desirable, and are a mixture of both older and newer properties. Although these are often built in cabin styles, new luxury homes typically take a more contemporary spin on the design, which follows through to the interior features, as well. Of course, many homes have been updated and renovated in Blue Ridge, with high-end appliances and upgrades. 

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Blue Ridge Highlights & Amenities

The city of Blue Ridge is truly an escape. With a population of just over 1,200, its private properties on forested hills make for the perfect home for a nature-lover. But it comes to amenities, the city has a lot to offer its residents.

The downtown region is centered on the area of East Main Street and West Main Street. The numerous local shops and restaurants here have maintained their charming, historic features, which makes for a lovely area to stroll around. The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway picks up passengers in this part of the city, as well, which really adds to the historic atmosphere of this location. There are larger chain stores and grocery stores located in the north end, for when residents to pick up the necessities.

Other highlights include the Blue Ridge Community Theater, which is a performing arts center which features programs and various productions year-round. The city’s drive-in movie theater, Swan Drive In, has been open for over sixty years. Blue Ridge Park (in the center of the downtown) and Blue Ridge Recreational Park are popular hangout spots for the kids, the latter featuring baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and a playground. Blue Ridge Adventure Park, Baugh House, Mineral Springs Walking Trail, and Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association are other area attractions. 

There are a multitude of nature trails around Blue Ridge. Lake Blue Ridge Recreation Area, located by the waterfront, is a popular destination for hikers. As well, the Lake Blue Ridge Marina is one of the most important highlights of the city, and having a home close by is a great selling feature. 

To the south, is the community of Cherry Log, and directly north is Morganton and Mineral Bluff. Other area attractions include Bear Claw Vineyards & Winery, Inc., the Sasquatch Museum, and Old Toccoa Farm.

Blue Ridge: Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can you swim in Lake Blue Ridge?
A. Yes, you can swim in Lake Blue Ridge, however those who do are advised to keep an eye out on lake and weather conditions. Boating, fishing, and stand-up paddle boarding are other popular lake activities.

Q. What else is there to do around Blue Ridge, Georgia?
A. Blue Ridge is the perfect escape for nature-lovers. Its great location means ample water activities (such as white water rafting and tubing), as well as hundreds of miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian forest trails. Other activities include golfing, zip lining, and wine tasting.

Q. What wildlife can I see in and around Blue Ridge?
A. The natural areas surrounding the city of Blue Ridge are home to a number of species of birds, insects, and large mammals—including deer, wild pigs, and black bears.

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