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10 Acres Crumpler NC with Pond cleared ready to build your dream home 2,200 ft. Elevation Rural Community

Great opportunity for a developer to build a spec house or for you to build your mountain dream home!  Unveil the ultimate escape with this captivating 10-acre lot nestled in the heart of Crumpler, North Carolina. A hidden gem amid the Blue Ridge Mountains, this sprawling property invites you to immerse yourself in nature’s splendor while crafting your dream home in a setting of unparalleled beauty. Whether you seek solitude, a family legacy, or a harmonious blend of both, this is your chance to own a piece of mountain paradise that calls you home.

Amazing 10 acres with a Pond, Well, ready to build in quiet community with good roads, 2000 ft. elevation. Nearly all property cleared and ready to build. 2 hours to Charlotte, NC in Crumpler, NC Ashe County. Right on VA border Grayson County, VA

Power ready to connect, high speed fiber available.

Contact: Joseph Gelet Sr. jgelet aT lovetnlife.com or call (704) 396-0020 (Seller) – Seller is also a Real Estate Agent in Tennessee.



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Ashe County has a considerably different climate than most of the Southeastern United States. Summers typically average around 80 °F (27 °C). Temperatures rarely exceed 90 °F (32 °C), but on rare occasions can reach the mid-90s °F (~35 °C) as they did in 2012—the most recent that 90 °F+ (32 °C+) was observed. 100 °F+ (38 °C+) has never been observed. Summer nights are cool, and temperatures often dip to near 60 °F (16 °C), even in July. In winter there is snow, averaging about 30 inches (0.76 meters) for the towns of Jefferson and West Jefferson during the past thirty years. Considerably more snow falls on the peaks and the western slopes of the Appalachian Mountains. During the 2009–2010 snow season, Jefferson received some 60 inches (1.52 meters) of snow. Snow has been observed as early as around October 1 and as late as around May 1. Ashe County is also a very windy location, especially in winter, when several times each year the Jefferson Airport sees winds gusting 60 to 85 MPH (97 to 137 KPH). Combined with the winds typical for the region, Ashe County can also see extremely cold temperatures during winter. In January 2014, the low temperature dipped below 0 °F (−18 °C) several times, the coldest being −8 °F (−22 °C) on January 30–31.[11] During Winter Storm Elliott in December 2022, Ashe County recorded an atypical low of −15 °F (−26 °C).[12] Single digit temperatures, often just above zero Fahrenheit, are observed most winter seasons on occasion. The average winter high is around 45 °F (7 °C), with an average winter low near 20 °F (−7 °C). Despite its southerly latitude, these factors can make Ashe County experience winter conditions typically seen in the Northeastern United States.

The USDA hardiness zones range from Zone 6A (−10 °F to −5 °F or −23 °C to −21 °C) in the northwestern portion of Ashe County, to Zone 7B (5 °F to 10 °F or −15 °C to −12 °C) in areas along the county’s southeastern border with Wilkes County.

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