Monday, February 7, 2022 / by Nathan Fitts
Have you ever wanted to live in a postcard setting? If the answer is yes, you should expand your home search to include the towns of Blairsville & Suches in Union County, Georgia. From the charming downtown of Blairsville to the vast Blue Ridge Mountains in Suches, you will absolutely fall in love with this beautiful town!
On the North side of Union County, just minutes to the North Carolina line, you will find the crystal blue waters of Lake Nottely spanning over 4,000 acres! Choose from three marinas or several public boat ramps to launch your boat for hours of swimming, fishing, and fun! Downtown Blairsville you will find fabulous restaurants and adorable shops to explore. The community regularly hosts festivals and special events for extra fun all year long!
As you head South towards the unincorporated community of Suches, you’ll discover even more natural attractions like Vogel State Park, Helton Creek Falls, Lake Winfield Scott, and Blood Mount; ...
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 / by Nathan Fitts
Blue Ridge Resource Guide
Blue Ridge, Georgia is a perfect place to live. Whether you are starting a family, retiring or relocating, you couldn’t pick a better community. Here we experience all 4 seasons, have endless outdoor recreational opportunities, and of course our stunning mountain views! When you are new to an area, sometimes it’s hard to know where to look for pertinent information. Nathan Fitts & Team have created a round-up of local resources to help you get acquainted with our town. Let us know if we can help you with any of your real estate needs as well.
Blue Ridge, Georgia:
Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Your one stop shop for everything you need to know about the Blue Ridge community.
Fannin County Schools – Have little ones? We have a wonderful school system that is dedicated to the successful growth of all their students.
University of North Georgia – Blue Ridge Campus – Higher education for college degrees along with; ...
Friday, November 5, 2021 / by Nathan Fitts
Golf in the Mountains
There a number of things critical to know about golfing in the mountains, but at the heart of all of them are two absolutes:
1) Your ball is going to carry just a bit longer than at the beach or on the flats – mostly because of physics (gravity, elevation, etc.) so you’ll need to adjust club selection to compensate; and
2) You might want to make allowances for a slightly longer round of golf, taking just a bit more time to enjoy the views of lakes, valleys and other mountains in the distance.
Here are a couple of items to keep in mind as you warm up, take practice putts, and otherwise prepare for a round of golf.
Gravity is not a rule – It’s a law.
It’s simple to know, but difficult to keep in mind, as you progress through the round. You have to keep reminding yourself that gravity is at work, no matter what you do. That applies to drives where you’re tempted to go for the green when a creek guards the pin at a; ...