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Beautiful Trail in Wilmington

Luther Warren Peace Path (1.2 mi, paved, 10 feet wide)

Enjoy a wooded canopy as you walk this beautiful trail, the first to be built in the City (in 1999).  The “Peace Path” as it is known locally crosses two bridges including a covered bridge built by Eagle Scout Jonah Hein and named after local naturalist Dr. Nathan Hale.  The second bridge was named after E.E. McKibben, a long-time trail advocate who was instrumental in building this trail.  It was resurfaced with the addition of handrails as the Eagle Scout service project of Micah Hein.  The Luther Warren Peace Path is almost completely level and accommodating to wheelchair, scooter or stroller users.

50th Annual Sauerkraut Festival

Are you a sauerkraut fan?!  If so, there is no way you can miss out on the Sauerkraut Festival happening this weekend!  It runs from Saturday, October 12th from 9 AM – 8 PM to Sunday, October 13th from 9 AM – 6 PM.  Downtown Waynesville will be full of vendors!  Be part of this year after year record breaking festival!  Click the image below for more information.

Find the Right Home for You!

It’s easy to get lost in all the houses for sale when trying to find that perfect one that fits your needs.  It seems like each one checks different boxes, but one house never checks all the boxes.  Knowing what you want and not being able to find it is frustrating enough!  Let us be the idea board, while you brainstorm we will take the ideas and needs of your perfect house and put it all together for you.  Then you can come in with a clear mind to look at the options to decide what would make the most sense.  We have all the tools at our fingertips to find exactly what you are looking for as long as it is on the market!  Test it out!  Give us a call!

Stress from Selling?

Don’t stress about selling your home!  Let Tammy help!  She has the experience and expertise that will help with the level of stress you will have to deal with.  Let her do the hard work!