For Sale 84-Acre Property on top of a mountain. Unique
and priceless. Heaven at the top of a mountain that you
is located on top of Buck Mountain in Independence,
Virginia, just across the North Carolina border at the
height of the gorgeous Appalachian Mountains. Breathtaking
views from every side. On a clear day, you can see the
distance of three states. On a clear night, you can see
stars most of us never knew existed. On a mountain top,
nature is playing music in your heart - as the clouds blow gently through your
This 84-acres for sale located on a mountain top, has
abundant wildlife offering a "nature
experience" that is thrillingly immeasurable. Buck Mountain is the 3rd tallest
peak in the area - Mount Rogers being the tallest.
Soul-feeding beauty, simply envelops you.
The 84-acre mountain-top being offered for sale has many
possibilities for unique property development as a true
mountain paradise. Various ideas come to mind, from a
private retreat to a range of commercial ventures with
enough acreage that both are possible. (Buyers to explore
and verify development possibilities.)
The chalet-style mountain-top cabin is currently more of a vacation home, at approximately 4,500 feet elevation,
and provides all of the basic comforts of home. The chalet is
waiting for you to make it into your own cozy dream spot
high above the clouds.
Having your own 84 acres of mountain property gives you the ability
to build yourself the ultimate rural villa with scenic views that
rival many exotic landscape vistas of the world.
Helicopter pad at the top of the mountain.
Decks and porches surrounding the cabin capture all of the
magnificent views. It's truly a place where the earth
melts in submission to peace and freedom comes to you from
the clouds above. In Spring - the smell and view of flame
azaleas - mountain ivy - huckleberry -lush wild ferns, will soon
cover the landscape - on a clear day "Pilot Mountain" a
treasured spot in North Carolina, can be seen.
The cabin has been built to withstand nature’s power.
No pictures or words can describe the feelings and beauty of this view
from Buck Mountain's top. On the drive up to the top - you are
continually looking down on the rest of the world, drinking in the lush beauty of
peaks and valleys - and a running stream that is created from "springs" at