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30 Whitewater Drive #3
Maggie Valley, NC 28751


Beds: 2

Baths: 2

Sq. Ft.: 1,232

Type: House

Listing #4150610

WOW, Waterfront on Jonathan Creek in Maggie Valley, a rare find. This two bedroom, two bath home is snuggled into a very nice small subdivision of 12 lots 11 homes all fronting on J-Creek. Foyer, wood burning fireplace, vaulted ceiling, walk in pantry, walk in closet in master, whole house generator. Covered front and back porches with swing. Beautifully maintained home and yard. New roof in 2024. Completely furnished and ready to go. Close to Cataloochee Ski Resort, Smoky Mtn. National Park and Cherokee Casino. Cute as can be! Just bring your fishing pole to catch trout for dinner. Would make a great rental.

Seller's Rep:
Elk Country Realty

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Location Information

County: Haywood

Latitude: 35.521389

Longitude: -83.123689

Subdivision: Whitewater Estates

Directions: From Waynesville take Hwy 276/Dellwood Road through Maggie Valley (US 19-23) past Ghost Town to right on Frank Mehaffey Road and follow to bridge across Jonathan Creek (J-Creek) to Whitewater Estates Subdivision. Second home on the right and sign in yard.

Interior Features

Number of Bedrooms: 2

Rooms: Main: Bathroom-Full; Main: Breakfast; Main: Dining Area; Main: Kitchen; Main: Living Room; Main: Primary Bedroom

Interior: Breakfast Bar, Open Floorplan, Pantry, Split Bedroom, Walk-In Closet(s), Walk-In Pantry

Full Baths: 2

Has Fireplace: Yes

Fireplace Description: Living Room, Wood Burning

Heating: Central, Electric, Forced Air, Heat Pump, Propane

Cooling: Ceiling Fan(s), Central Air, Electric, Heat Pump

Floors: Vinyl

Laundry: Electric Dryer Hookup, In Kitchen, Laundry Room

Additional Equipment: Generator

Appliances: Convection Oven, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dual Flush Toilets, Electric Oven, Electric Range, Electric Water Heater, Exhaust Hood, Microwave, Plumbed For Ice Maker, Refrigerator, Self Cleaning Oven, Washer/Dryer

Accessibility: Two or More Access Exits, Hall Width 36 Inches or M

Primary Bedroom On Main: Yes

Windows/Doors Description: Window Treatments, Screen Door(s)

Exterior Features

Construction Type: Site Built

Construction: Wood

Foundation: Crawl Space

Roof: Shingle, Wood

Water Source: Public

Septic or Sewer: Septic Installed, Shared Septic

Utilities: Cable Available, Electricity Connected, Propane, Underground Power Lines, Wired Internet Available

Parking Description: Driveway, Attached Garage, Garage Door Opener, Garage Faces Front, Parking Space(s)

Has Garage: Yes

Garage Spaces: 1

Patio / Deck Description: Covered, Front Porch, Rear Porch

Lot Description: Creek Front, Flood Plain/Bottom Land, Level, Paved, Creek/Stream, Wooded, Views

Elevation: 3000

Lot Size in Acres: 0.287

Development Status: Completed

Road Description: Concrete, Paved

Road Improvements: Private Maintained Road

Waterfront Description: None


Second Living Quarters: None


Elementary School: Jonathan Valley

Middle School: Waynesville

High School: Tuscola

Additional Information

Property Type: SFR

Property SubType 2: Single Family Residence

Year Built: 1992

Status: Active

Home Owners Association: J

HOA Fee: $300

HOA Frequency: Annually

Restrictions: Architectural Review, Building, Deed, Livestock Restriction, Short Term Rental Allowed, Square Feet, Subdivision

Builder: Benhart Construction

Buyer Agency Compensation: 3%


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What creek runs through Maggie Valley NC? ›

Jonathon Creek is one of the best Maggie Valley attractions. It is a babbling, frolicking little creek that alternately rushes and meanders along its course through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

What is Maggie Valley NC close to? ›

Nearby Towns: Just five miles east is Lake Junaluska and eight miles away is downtown Waynesville. Cherokee is 17 miles west. Directions from Asheville (35 miles): Take I-40 West to Exit #27 (US 74) for the Great Smoky Mountains Expressway.

What mountains are in Maggie Valley NC? ›

Maggie Valley is situated in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. At the valley floor the elevation is 3020 feet, making the valley a true four season destination. The climate is more closely associated with Northern New England than the south, making the valley a great place to vacation.

Where is the best place to fish for trout in Maggie Valley NC? ›

These include Jonathan Creek (lower and upper ends) and Cold Creek in the hatchery-supported group, and Cataloochee Creek and Little East Pidgeon Fork River in the wild trout group. All of these creeks are ideal for trout fishing and fly fishing.

Where is Little Meadow Creek? ›

Little Meadow Creek is a 6.32 mi (10.17 km) long 2nd order tributary to the Rocky River in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

Is it expensive to live in Maggie Valley NC? ›

Maggie Valley is ranked 100 out of 273 cities across the US in terms of cost of living. The cost of living in Maggie Valley is 98.5% of the national average.

Why is Maggie Valley so popular? ›

The Blue Ridge Parkway passes through and over some of the highest mountains it travels in this area. Maggie Valley is several miles of flat land and attractions with high mountains on either side. Visitors can enjoy long vistas, great hiking, trout fishing, mountain music, breweries, and much more.

Is Maggie Valley a dry town? ›

You can drink here.

Yup, we said it. But the truth is, many parts of Western North Carolina are known for being dry towns. In Maggie Valley, Waynesville, Canton, and Clyde, you don't have to worry about whether or not it's okay to drink.

How high is Maggie Valley NC? ›

How far is Maggie Valley from Pigeon Forge via? ›

The distance between Maggie Valley and Pigeon Forge is 67 miles. The road distance is 66.7 miles. How long does it take to get from Maggie Valley to Pigeon Forge? It takes approximately 1h 37m to drive 66.7 miles from Maggie Valley to Pigeon Forge.

What is the highest mountain town in North Carolina? ›

Beech Mountain is located in Avery and Watauga counties, North Carolina. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 6.7 sq mi (17.4 km2), all land. At an elevation of 5,506 feet (1,678 m), Beech Mountain is the highest incorporated community east of the Mississippi River.

Where is Pungo Creek? ›

Pungo Creek Marina in Belhaven, North Carolina is the perfect stop on trip down the ICW. The marina has more than 45 slips available for boats up to 110 ft. making it a great stop for boats of all sizes.

What river runs through Waynesville, NC? ›

Waynesville is located southwest of the center of Haywood County in the valley of Richland Creek, a tributary of the Pigeon River. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 8.9 square miles (23.1 km2), all land.

Where is Bear Valley Creek? ›

Bear Valley Creek located in the Middle Fork of the Salmon River headwaters, Idaho, USA.

Where is Rosebud Creek? ›

Rosebud Creek is a generally north flowing stream in Rosebud and Big Horn counties of Montana. It is a tributary to the Yellowstone River. 4315 ft. 2480 ft.


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