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Learn about our featured community in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Check each neighborhood page and discover the stunning homes in the area. Let me help you find your next home, contact me today!

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Luxury Homes for Sale in Maggie Valley, NC

Maggie Valley is a charming town in North Carolina known for its unrivaled location and homey, small-town character.

Maggie Valley is one of North Carolina’s most popular cities for people looking to buy a vacation home or those in search of a retirement home. The town offers an ideal mixture of housing options, spread throughout the many developments and private subdivisions throughout the community. The town of Maggie Valley has grown over the past year and has been eyeing more growth and development to continuously provide a high-quality life for all its residents and visitors. Thus, new residential homes are established, providing homebuyers much more options. For inquiries or assistance as you find your new home in Maggie Valley, please do not hesitate to call our team, and we will assist you in any way we can to realize your dream home.

REASONABLE COST OF LIVING: The cost of living in Maggie Valley is lower than the national average and most cities in North Carolina. This applies to all categories including average housing costs, utilities, grocery items, transportation, health care services, and various services. The town is perfect for both young couples and retirees looking for a new mountain home.

LEISURE AND RECREATION: Maggie Valley offers plenty of shopping options, fine dining selections, entertainment destinations, and amusement facilities. Residents can also enjoy the fantastic nature and parks of Maggie Valley, such as Heritage Trout Waters, Great Smokies National Park, and Blue Ridge Parkway.

WINTER ACTIVITIES: Wintertime in Maggie Valley is excellent and perfect for those who enjoy the winter season! Maggie Valley is home to Cataloochee Ski Area and Tube World. Cataloochee has nearly 4,000 kinds of snow sports gear, three aerial lifts, two moving carpet lifts, and 18 slides and courses that are all 100% snow-made, including the Cat Cage Terrain Park. Meanwhile, Tube World is an enjoyable winter destination for snow tubing, complete with a moving carpet lift and a well-maintained slope. Aside from that, Maggie Valley can also enjoy plenty of scenic winter hikes and cozy spots to relax and warm up with local craft beer or wine.

Market Overview

Maggie Valley, NC Real Estate Information

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Homes in Maggie Valley

5 Real Estate Facts About Homes for Sale in Maggie Valley, NC

  • Maggie Valley Real Estate comprises a wide range of residential properties, including single-family homes, townhouses, charming villas on the Maggie Valley Club course, and custom log cabins sitting high on one of the ridges overlooking the valley.

  • Homes for sale in Maggie Valley NC have a typical market price between $185,000 and $2 million

  • Most residential houses in the area are equipped with at least two to seven-bedroom layouts and one to six-bathroom arrangements.

  • These properties have at least 840 sqft to almost 6,100 sqft of internal livable floor space.

  • The most common home type in town is single-family homes, many of which have been renovated to provide a comfortable living environment, while others are equipped with appliances.

On the map

Maggie Valley Neighborhoods Map

Ferguson Lane, in the southeast, and Moody Farm Road, in the southwest, both connected to Soco Road, serve as the entry points to access the beautiful neighborhood of Maggie Valley in North Carolina.


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Meet the locals

Who Lives in Maggie Valley



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Things to do near Maggie Valley

Brickhouse Burgers and Pizza

Casual restaurant with a full bar, serving traditional pizza with unique toppings, sandwiches, burgers, and more.

Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum

A 38,000-square-foot museum that features rare motorcycles and related exhibits, photographs, and memorabilia.

Joey's Pancake

There's a good reason why this diner from the 1960s is always packed: the pancakes and other breakfast comfort foods here are out of this world.

Parham Memorial Park

Picnics can be enjoyed under the shelter or by the creek at beautiful Parham Park, which can be found at 1861 Moody Farm Road. Restrooms, a walking path, a pier for fishing, and benches by the creek are also available at this park.


Schools near Maggie Valley

School NameGradesAdmission
Jonathan Valley ElementaryPK - 5Public
Waynesville Middle School6 - 8Public
Tuscola High School9 - 12Public
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