Welcome to Maggie Valley North Carolina

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Maggie Valley Real Estate Report in Real-Time for 2019

LISTING INVENTORY

UNITS
Average Residential price $229,078 Based on 229 Residential listings.
Priced from $37,500 to $2,120,000.
Luxury Homes 2 Homes listed over $1M
New in the last 30 days 3 +1% over prev 30 days
*Report data & statistics based on homes sold in the previous 12 months

Welcome to Maggie Valley NC



Maggie Valley, North Carolina, has evolved over the years to become a popular resort community. This small mountain town is located 30 minutes from Asheville in Haywood County. With beautiful mountain views and a friendly, small-town charm, Maggie Valley attracts both year-round and seasonal residents.
Maggie Valley offers unique natural beauty in a bustling tourist destination. Here at Keller Williams Professionals of Asheville, we understand the desire to make this community your home. Whether you’re looking for a quiet mountain retreat or a condo in town, our highly trained real estate brokers are equipped with the knowledge and enthusiasm to help you with all of your real estate needs.

History and Culture

Maggie Valley was officially made a town after Jack Setzer petitioned the U.S. Postal Department to establish a post office in what is today Maggie Valley. Once the Post Master gave approval the town was named Maggie for Setzer’s daughter who was embarrassed to have the town named after her.
Over the years, the desirable mountain setting helped to transform Maggie Valley into a renowned tourist destination. The culture of Maggie Valley is rich in southern hospitality and a laidback mountain lifestyle.

Things to Do – Activities, Attractions, and Restaurants

Maggie Valley has a vast array of things to do including unique shopping, locally owned restaurants, and outdoor activities. Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains, Maggie Valley offers a gateway into both the Smoky Mountain National Park and Blueridge Parkway.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love hiking, biking, paddling, golfing, fishing, and even skiing. The Cataloochee Ski Area offers residents and visitors alike a place in the south to ski. Maggie Valley also has a variety of places to stay, including bed and breakfasts, resorts, and campgrounds.
With year-round festivals, museums, art galleries, and more, locals enjoy countless entertainment options. Maggie Valley is a great place not only to visit but to make your permanent home.

A Place to Call Home

Maggie Valley is a perfect place for homebuyers looking for a location with four true seasons. This small mountain town attracts many seasonal residents that only spend part of the year here. However, Maggie Valley is also a perfect place to grow roots. This town is the perfect location to raise a family, retire, or commute to a bigger city.
Haywood County Schools provide a public education option. However, residents also have the option for a local private Catholic school. While Maggie Valley doesn’t officially have a parks department, the Haywood County Parks and Recreation Department offers youth sports and activities for Maggie Valley residents. The mix of tourist attractions and local activity options create an environment that’s a fun yet simple place live, work, and play.

Make a Move Today

With its quiet mountain setting and small-town charm, it’s easy to understand why Maggie Valley, North Carolina is a desirable place to live. Make Maggie Valley your home by partnering with Keller Williams Professionals of Asheville. We are equipped to help you buy your next home or sell your current home. We specialize in home sales in Western North Carolina, including Maggie Valley. Let us help you make a move today!

The Sports Teams of Asheville

Asheville has become renowned nationwide for a diverse range of unique attributes. From its characteristically beautiful locale at the intersection of The Smoky Mountain Range and the Blue Ridge Mountains to its eclectic and charming downtown replete with local breweries, coffee shops, boutiques, and live music venues, the town certainly has established quite the reputation. But did you know that athletics have also played an important role in shaping the history and culture of Asheville?

Homes For Sale in Maggie Valley NC

Find your perfect home in a popular mountain destination in NC!
$860,000
3 beds
4 baths
$219,900
2 beds
3 baths
$235,000
2 beds
2 baths
$1,699,000
4 beds
6 baths
$659,000
3 beds
3 baths
$398,000
2 beds
2 baths