Ridgetop Manor Unbelievable views not just of the trees 50 feet away. 12 acres of privacy Circular driveway plenty of parking. Large open sky fire pit, WE INCLUDE FIRE WOOD!!! All pictures on this site were taken from our home. A beautiful home with beautiful views. VERY PRIVATE!!! . 10 minutes from town, Owner built and operated 6 large bedrooms four with king beds one with a full and twin and one with adult bunk beds. 3.5 baths in this upscale 3700 sq ft cabin on 12 private acres with 4/10ths of a mile long circular private driveway. Wrap around covered porch with large sundeck, OWNER MANAGED , 2 fireplaces with one in the master suite. 26 foot cielings in the great hall. large bedrooms with 3 foot wide handicap access doors. We built our home in 2006. child and pet friendly (sorry, no cat's) Unbelievable views. Lots of parking. Smokey mountain getaway. Wifi hotspot 96 REVIEWS on other site we could not transfer to VRBO We
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Franklin sits on a hill above the Little Tennessee River. The surveyors who chose the site in 1820 admired its beauty, laying out the town with Main Street facing the Cowee Mountains to the east and the Nantahala Range to the west. Though ringed by rugged summits, Franklin was linked to population centers by well-worn trails. It soon developed into the market center of southwestern North Carolina, a role it retains today, especially for the building trades, furniture, and jewelry. Richly blessed with gems and minerals, the town was once touted as the “Gem Capital of the World.” Franklin is also justly proud of its crafters, including quilters, woodworkers, potters, basket makers, and glass artists. The Franklin Press, founded in 1886, is the oldest business in the county. The Macon County Historical Society, operating in the old Pendergrass Store, and the Franklin Gem and Mineral Museum are perennial favorites with tourists. Franklin is also a gateway town for the Appalachian Trail, which passes nearby, attracting hikers almost year-round. Franklin showcases the rich commercial and community history of this North Carolina mountain town.