Lake Junaluska

North Carolina

30Listings
$25K-$690K
$6.6MTotal Value
Lake Junaluska, North Carolina

The Lake Junaluska real estate market is a beautiful, but lesser known, marketplace for lake property in North Carolina.

The average list price for Lake Junaluska homes for sale is $340,000. Normally there are about 20 lake homes for sale at Lake Junaluska, and 20 listings for lots and land.

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    About Lake Junaluska
    Haywood County, North Carolina

    Lake Junaluska is in the North Carolina town of the same name, under 30 miles from Asheville.

    The Asheville Regional Airport is under 35 miles away, and the Haywood Regional Medical Center is under 10 miles away.

    Residents can visit the nearby Lakeside Plaza Mall and various local restaurants, such as Forke in the Road.

    Small Miracle

    Spanning 200 acres, Lake Junaluska has a private, exclusive atmosphere that residents are sure to love.

    Popular activities on the lake include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and relaxing along the shoreline. Anglers tossing out a line can find bass, perch, crappie, bream, bluegill, and trout.

    Besides the lake, this community has a hotel, an inn, walking trails, gardens, a pool, a golf course, a playground, a fitness center, a library, a mini-golf course, tennis courts, and many more activities.

    Visit Waynesville

    Those looking for fun off the water can visit the nearby town of Waynesville, North Carolina.

    One popular attraction is the Barber Orchard Fruitstand, where visitors can get a variety of fresh produce.

    Another popular attraction is Sutton and Son’s Antiques, where visitors can buy a variety of cool and interesting antiques.

    Explore Asheville

    Asheville is a great destination for outdoor adventures, science routes, and cultural experiences for you and the family.

    Residents and visitors can take a tour to learn the history of the city by trolley or walking. Other options include exploring the shopping scene at the Grove Market or indulging in the culinary creations at Isa’s French Bistro or Jettie Rae’s Oyster House.

    The most famous tourist attraction in Asheville would be the Biltmore Estate. Explore the acres of gardens, walking, biking, or hiking trails around the estate. There is also a winery and playground available to visitors.

    Calm and Quaint Lake Life

    Those looking for a taste of small-town life will love living the lake life on Lake Junaluska.