Rainwater—Exclusive Mountaintop Living in Highlands NC

The exclusive Rainwater community in Highlands NC has a history of beauty and spectacular mountain views.  Charles Veazey Rainwater climbed to the top of Little Yellow Mountain in 1935 and saw the marvelous vision of what would become his family’s legacy in Highlands.  Today, this private community is located on a flat plateau on one of the highest points in Highlands with only seven select homeowners given the opportunity to live in such a highly coveted mountaintop setting.  The community features a private park adjoining all homesites, with a round stone terrace and center fire ring and a stone observation tower for taking in the incredible natural surroundings.

For more information on Rainwater or other exclusive mountaintop communities in Highlands and Cashiers NC contact your local realtors at Meadows Mountain Realty today.

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BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES MEADOWS MOUNTAIN REALTY has been serving the Highlands NC and Cashiers NC areas offering exclusive mountain real estate and country club properties since 2003.

We recognize that there are many important aspects to consider in making a real estate choice. With that in mind, we listen closely to the needs and desires of each individual customer and work diligently to find the ideal mountain property or to sell your property as efficiently and effectively as possible. However, our job does not stop there.

Once you have made your real estate decisions, we are here to help you in any way that we can. It will be our pleasure to familiarize you with all aspects of the Highlands and Cashiers communities, including home, professional and personal services as well as activities, restaurants, health care and shopping. We will go the extra mile to ensure that your experience in the mountains exceeds your expectations.

One response to “Rainwater—Exclusive Mountaintop Living in Highlands NC”

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