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Callaway Plantation
Washington Historical Museum
Robert Toombs House
Mary Willis Library
Kettle Creek Battle Field

Historic Churches:
 Church of the Mediator
 First Baptist Church
 First United Methodist Church
 Presbyterian Church

Historical Markers

Mountain Real Estate and Rentals in Georgia

  The North Georgia Mountains as well as those in adjoining states North Carolina and Tennessee provide many opportunities for you to rent a place for the weekend or own a getaway of your own. Whether it be a rustic mountain cabin or a new luxury home, the mountains have become a popular second home location in addition to a vacation getaway.
  • Hiawassee
    Hiawassee is the county seat and the larger of the two communities of Hiawassee and Young Harris. It is a scenic town surrounded by the mountains of Georgia and North Carolina while overlooking the 7000 acre sapphire-blue waters of Lake Chatuge. With a 128 miles of shoreline this pristine lake is ideal for fishing, swimming, boating and camping. Hiawassee shares the shores of Lake Chatuge with neighboring Hayesville, North Carolina.
  • Blue Ridge
    Blue Ridge is located just 1.5 hours north of Atlanta, within reach for an afternoon drive and close enough for a stress free weekend getaway. Lake Blue Ridge and the Toccoa river both offer great water recreation in the summertime months. The Cohutta Wilderness, the largest National Forest Wilderness in the Eastern United States, has over 30,000 acres of forest land for the hiker, four wheeler, hunter or horse back rider.
  • Murphy, NC
    Murphy is located in Cherokee County, the home of three public lakes. Hiawassee lake which has 163 miles of shoreline and whose dam is the highest overspill dam in the world at 307 feet. Appalachia Lake is surrounded by US Forest Service land and public access is limited, which leads to more enjoyment for the residents who do own the small amount of private land available to purchase there. Then there is Cherokee lake which is about a mile in circumference and offers an easy handicap access fishing pier. A third of the county's total land mass is comprised of the Nantahala National Forest where tracts are set aside for camping, horseback riding, nature trails and many other recreational purposes.

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Masters Golf Tournament - a short drive from Washington