Native of Haywood County , Currently resides in Villages of Plott Creek with his son, Tate.
Received a B.S. in Forest Management from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC.
Registered Forester 780.
North Carolina Licensed Real Estate sales agent Since 1997.
Project manager and Developer of Villages of Plott Creek. Started Villages of Plott Creek subdivision With a mission in mind to offer up scale community Living in a tranquil setting with low density housing. Project manager for Sugar Camp Glen, Bald Creek Village, Mountain Park Community and various other developments.
Land Consultant- Sammie has worked closely with Many local county government entities and private Ownership on land management plans and qualified Land and timber consulting.
Sammie takes great pride and enthusiasm in a growing List of satisfied customers . Sammie is very genuine In performing sound and honest business practices.
Sammie is living his life long dream of raising his son in Western North Carolina . Since he is a resident Of the Villages of Plott Creek - a creation that he helped create, He works extra hard to make it the most desirable Place in Haywood County to live. " As far as I am Concerned this is the ONLY Place to live. How often Can you live in this setting , have rolling streams And beautiful views at your fingertips and this Close to many of the finest golf courses around? What a dream! Of course, I must contribute a great Deal of the success of Villages of Plott Creek to the Land and home owners- They also take great pride In their ownership of land in WNC. I have really met some great people while showing land in this Area. It makes my job really easy. "
I do hope that you will give me the opportunity to Work with you on finding your dream too! Call Today! Don't postpone happiness!
The Smoky Mountains offer the perfect blend of unspoiled acreage, mountain land, magnificent homesites, four seasons climate, cultural activities, ski resorts, events, medical facilities, churches, championship golf, university life, restaurants, shopping, and antique stores.
If outdoor activities and healthy fun is what you seek, come and enjoy a day of whitewater rafting, sightseeing at the Biltmore Estate, craft shopping in Asheville, at the Folk Art Center or at a Southern Highland Guild Crafts fair, riding or hiking on the Appalachian Trail, cruising on the Blue Ridge Parkway, rock climbing or mountain biking in the Pisgah National Forest, mountain view golfing over the Smokies; after an evening of contradancing at the Old Farmers' Ball, clogging at Shindig on the Green, wandering at Bele Chere celebrating at the Leaf festival or sampling one of the many local restaurants, come home to a charming Victorian farmhouse featured in Farms, Gardens, and Countryside Trails of Western North Carolina and its National Park.
The Park boasts unspoiled forests similar to those the early settlers found. Wildflowers and migrating birds abound in late April to early May. Autumn's pageantry of colors usually peaks in mid-October. Some 800 miles of trails thread the whole of the Smokies' naturalfabric - and its waterfalls, coves, balds, and rushing streams. The Smokies, a wild landscape rich with traces of its human past, calls people back year after year.
The Great Smoky Mountains, the majestic climax of the Appalachian Highlands, are a wildlands sanctuary preserving the world's finest examples of temperate deciduous forest. World renowned for the diversity of its plant and animal resources, the beauty of its ancient mountains, the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, and the depth and integrity of the wilderness sanctuary within its boundaries, it is one of the largest protected areas in the east.
Walking and hiking are favorite ways for many people to see Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Much of the interest and mood present in the park depends on finding subtle variations in nature not seen from automobiles. For example, wildflowers, cascading streams, the scent of evergreens, and the sounds of birds are best seen and experienced away from roads. For this reason, the National Park Service maintains 800 miles of trails here.