Saluda, North Carolina 
Serenity in the Scenic Saluda Mountains

Saluda’s Story

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Saluda is a very small town in Polk County with a population of only 575 at the 2000 census and is located on the northwestern boundary. Saluda has long enjoyed popularity as a vacation area, second homes, and a place of retirement.

 
Highly regarded as a very quiet country mountain town, Saluda sits at the top of the steepest regular gauge railroad line east of the Rocky Mountains. Many of the Low Country people seek its pleasant summer climate as well as the sheer beauty of its mountain setting. Saluda is also noteworthy for its fine apple orchards.
 
Many years ago, before the railroad and the town, this area was known as Pace's Gap, just a crossroad for traders and herders. As Pace's Gap started growing from a bustling crossroads to a more developed town, large, high-ceilinged homes and inns were built for families to spend the summer in the refreshing air of the mountains. In February 1881, the community of Pace's Gap became so large and successful that the people got a chartered document calling the town Saluda, after the Saluda Mountains. The Saluda Mountains were named after the Saluda River, which got its name from an Indian chief whose name sounded like "Saluda" to white men. The town spreads over seven hills with elevations from 2096 feet to 2200 feet.
 
To actually construct the railway that would pass through Pace's Gap, thirteen miles of grading had to be completed. Captain Charles W. Pearson, who was the chief engineer of the railway, chose to run the tracks up Saluda Mountain instead of running the tracks through Howard Gap due to underground streams. When the tracks eventually reached the top of the mountain it became known, and still is known, as the steepest mainline standard gauge grade in the United States of America.
 
Need an escape from the heat or a respite from the hectic pace of life? Long for peaceful tranquility, scenic beauty and fresh mountain air? Come discover one of Western North Carolina's hidden jewels. Saluda is a great place to enjoy seasonal beauty throughout the year. Convenient to many wilderness, architectural, civic and otherwise "charming" attractions. Many of the stores that were built years ago still remain and are still doing business. Today Saluda has been recognized as a National Historic District.
 
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Saluda Homes and Real Estate

Whether your interest is recreational land, homes, or properties of all sizes and views, you'll find Saluda area real estate opportunities that are right for your needs. As you would expect, Saluda real estate is highly valued and available homes and properties sell quickly.

Saluda, North Carolina real estate includes a wide variety of homes for sale. With Mickey Hambright as their real estate partner, real estate buyers and sellers, alike, can rest assured they’ll find the real estate solution they’ve been looking for.

Sellers who have been in the area for a while know Mickey's reputation for knowledgeable advice, enthusiastic service, creative marketing and professional networking. For buyers new to the area, Mickey Hambright will provide the specialized services you deserve: a strong work ethic, personal real estate expertise to help define your needs, help with selecting and securing standard financing for your purchase, special technology, constant communication throughout the transaction, and more. His many years living and working in the area, combined with his years of experience in real estate, means he can cover all aspects of your search, from existing homes for sale, properties for sale, lots, vacant land, new construction, retirement communities, hunting and breeding land, investment properties, waterfront, golf and recreational properties, all the way to luxury estates. He mines every source for suitable properties so you can feel at ease that your search will produce the right kind of solution for you.

So when you're ready to buy or sell real estate in or around Saluda, North Carolina, please let Mickey Hambright help you with your realty needs. Contact Mickey Hambright today!

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