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Mineral Bluff, GA

Gorgeous cabin homes in forested seclusion. Mineral Bluff, Georgia is a small community in Fannin County. Its biggest attraction is the Historic Mineral Bluff Depot, which features model trains exhibits for visitors, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Mineral Bluff offers residents a quiet, small-town lifestyle, with beautiful homes situated on large, private lots.

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Mineral Bluff Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $877K
Lowest Price $260K
Highest Price $5M
Total Listings 110
Avg. Days On Market 54
Avg. Price/SQFT $373

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The area of Mineral Bluff is located right on the Toccoa River, and offers its residents small-town living in the heart of Fannin County. Like the surrounding areas, real estate in Mineral Bluff is quite in-demand, despite this community being quite small in both size and population. Those who make the move here enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and the gorgeous, private homes.

Real estate in Mineral Bluff is a mixture of single-family homes and vacant lots and land. Neighboring communities offer condos and townhomes for interested homebuyers, but these property types are not prevalent here. Instead, Mineral Bluff offers potential buyers the highly-desirable Northern Georgia cabin lifestyle.

While again, other communities have a bit more variation, the Mineral Bluff real estate market is almost exclusively cabin homes. Occasionally, there may be a home for sale built in a traditional style (often cottage bungalows), but this is quite rare. In regards to home price, the aforementioned traditional style homes tend to be older properties, and therefore start at lower price points. These may also require some renovating, but they present an incredible opportunity for investors, especially since these properties also typically have some acreage attached. 

Cabins for sale in Mineral Bluff can range in square footage from just over 1,000 square feet to over 3,000 square feet—plus additional acreage. Although the largest homes on the market will have price points to match, even properties that aren’t in the luxury category have their own unique charm. Homes priced between the $500,000 and $700,000 mark are gorgeous, expertly-maintained cabins that will appeal to nature-lovers all around.

Of course, a good portion of the homes for sale in Mineral Bluff are luxury. This is typical of the other surrounding communities, as well. Despite this, Mineral Bluff maintains the popular, traditional cabin architecture, and homes aren’t often built in Contemporary styles. Luxury homes are elevated cabins situated on the mountainside that overlook the community below. They offer incredible views and unparalleled privacy, with tasteful interior design and modern upgrades.

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Mineral Bluff Highlights & Amenities

As previously described, Mineral Bluff is a small community. Its downtown area is located at the intersection of Mineral Bluff Highway and Murphy Highway. In this area, residents can fill up their vehicle with gas, send a parcel at the post office, attend the local, historic church, or purchase any necessities. 

The Historic Mineral Bluff Depot is found at 150 Railroad Avenue, and is one of the community’s most recognizable landmarks. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this railroad museum showcases local history, model train exhibits, and allows visitors to take a ride on the train itself. The neighboring community of Blue Ridge also has a historic train station with rides, as well. 

To the northwest of Mineral Bluff is Old Toccoa Farm, the area’s scenic golf course. Other community highlights include The Zoo Groovy Metal Yard Art, which features local metal artwork that visitors can purchase, and various hiking, off-roading, and biking trails. Lake Blue Ridge, which offers ample opportunities for boating, fishing, camping, and more, is also located just a few miles south of Mineral Bluff. While Mineral Bluff in and of itself may be a small community, it is located near larger, more established ones, which have a lot more choice when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Highway 60 and the Appalachian Highway takes Mineral Bluff travelers south to both Blue Ridge (southwest) and Morganton (southeast). The city of McCaysville is found to the north, while Blairsville and Lake Nottely are located to the east.

Mineral Bluff: Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How did Mineral Bluff, GA get its name?
A. Mineral Bluff was originally known as “Douglas”, and then changed in the mid-1880s. Although it is unclear where the name comes from, it is said to have been inspired by the mineral springs in the area.

Q. How far is Mineral Bluff, GA from Blue Ridge, GA?
A. Mineral Bluff is about a 10-15 minute drive north of Blue Ridge.

Q. Can I fish in the Toccoa River?
A. Yes, fishing in the Toccoa River is permitted. Those interested in fishing in the river, however, are encouraged to review all rules and regulations. River tubing is another popular activity.

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