Mystic Lands is blessed with some of the most coveted land in all the Nantahala region—stretching from the gorge along the river all the way up some 3,500+ feet toward the heavens. All around is lush hardwood forest, sprinkled with mountain laurel and rhododendron, and the inviting shores of Queens Lake. This is the backdrop for a mountain living experience that is unprecedented. Our conjoining mountain neighborhoods—Mystic Forest and Mystic Ridge—offer natural privacy, scenic beauty, panoramic views, hiking trails, and an authentic mountain feel.
We have elevated the experience with abundant nature-inspired amenities that include: an Equestrian Center equipped with arena, Fishing and Swimming Pond with Pavilion, Queens Lake Canoe Club, a state-of-the-art Rotating Dome Astronomical Observatory, and miles of forest trails.
3,500+ feet—perfect for escaping the summer heat and pesky insects. The generous homesites reveal themselves unobtrusively and blend effortlessly with the natural setting as if they have always belonged there. Mystic Lands is low density, with a deliberately small footprint, in order to preserve the magical setting. Our homesites afford maximum privacy with access to a world of discovery just outside the door.
Snug on a mountain side, very long views, access to a trail to the top of the Gorge
High elevation, long mountain views, trail and stream below
High elevation, mountain and forest views, private
An amazing view of Queens Lake yonder with long view and unique rock formation.
Mystic Forest finest - highest elevation and stunning over 200 degrees view, including of Queens Lake
Borders the National Forest, private with mountains view
A wooded lot with a stream below, boarders the National Forest, and near Queens Lake
A Frank Loyd Wright inspired modern house with breath taking views, borders the National Forest and ultimte privacy.
We built our home on the mountain because of the great views and the access to trails. We feel like we are in the heart of a natural paradise. Mystic Lands is a community that lets us do all of the things we love: fish, raft, kayak, hike, bike, and just be outdoors.”