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McCaysville, GA

McCaysville is a city located right against the Georgia-Tennessee border. It is part of Fannin County, and is most well-known for the beautiful Toccoa River flowing right through the area. McCaysville has both a charming downtown area, found right by the waterfront, and residential streets that wind through the city's forests. To the south is Ron Henry Horseshoe Bend Park, which is a popular destination for river tubing.

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Riverfront cabin home typical of McCaysville, GA

McCaysville Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $689K
Lowest Price $225K
Highest Price $2.2M
Total Listings 31
Avg. Days On Market 45
Avg. Price/SQFT $305

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Exclusive cabins and cottages. McCaysville is a beautiful city in Northern Georgia that touches the Tennessee border—in fact, part of the downtown area is actually in the other state. Residents of McCaysville have made the move to this beautiful city for its gorgeous forest properties and its temperate climate. It’s the perfect rural escape.

Homes in McCaysville are an eclectic mix of different architectural styles. From Country/Farmhouse to Contemporary cabins, there’s much to discover on the McCaysville real estate market. Homes for sale in this city are also available at a wide range of price points, which means homebuyers have a lot to choose from. Should you be unable to find your dream home in McCaysville, there are also ample opportunities to purchase a vacant lot to build the perfect mountain or riverfront home. 

Manufactured homes and mobile homes are available for purchase at lower rates in McCaysville. Buyers searching for these properties can enjoy the gorgeous scenery at more competitive prices. As well, these homes are often located on generously-sized lots, sometimes half an acre to an acre—perfect for setting up some outdoor furniture or letting the dog run around. 

Most of the properties in McCaysville are single-family homes. Again, these properties are designed in a multitude of architectural styles. For those searching for a dream Northern Georgia cabin, this city is a great place to look (but these properties are quick to sell on the market!). 

Traditional log cabins are typically higher priced (usually at the luxury price point), and the rustic design usually carried through to the interior. Exposed wooden beams, hardwood flooring, and wood cabinets are popular trends for cabin interior design. Luxury homes also have additional features, with some of the most exclusive properties being located on Fightingtown Creek or the Toccoa River, and sometimes even with backyard pools.

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McCaysville Highlights & Amenities

The downtown area of McCaysville is found right on the bank of the Toccoa River—although it is named the Ocoee River in the Tennessee portion! Blue Ridge Drive connects these two states, and runs all the way down to the neighboring city of Blue Ridge.

Within the happening downtown is a multitude of local shops and restaurants for residents and visitors to enjoy. As well, McCaysville also has its own live music venue (TOONEYS), small shopping mall, and riverfront park (McCaysville City Park). The latter features green fields, views of the Toccoa River, and outdoor fitness equipment. More shops, restaurants, and other facilities are located off of Blue Ridge Drive. This includes a fitness center, gas station, car wash, and the City Hall. 

On the other side of the Toccoa River is Ron Henry Horseshoe Bend Park. This is a popular site of river tubing—one of the most exciting outdoor activities to do in the area. Around McCaysville, residents also enjoy fishing, boating, and hiking. 

While McCaysville offers peace and tranquility, residents and vacationers can easily visit the surrounding areas for even more fun and excitement. Golfing at Old Toccoa Farm, camping on the shores of Lake Blue Ridge, or traversing the equestrian trails around the mountainside are just some of the activities around the area. 

The closest North Georgia communities to McCaysville are Fry (to the west) and Williamstown (to the east). To the south is the quiet community of Epworth, which is known as a forest retreat. The city of Blue Ridge is 11 miles south of McCaysville, and is situated right on the lake. This region has some of the most exclusive properties and camping opportunities around.

McCaysville: Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is McCaysville older than Copperhill?
A. Nope, Copperhill was founded in 1890 (with history dating back all the way to the 1840s), while McCaysville was founded in 1904.

Q. What is the blue line and where is it?
A. The state line of Georgia-Tennessee is painted diagonally on the street in blue! It is located on Toccoa Avenue in McCaysville and Copperhill, and is a famous landmark.

Q. Can I take the train to McCaysville?
A. Yes! The historic Blue Ridge Scenic Railway takes passengers from Blue Ridge to McCaysville.

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