Polk County, North Carolina  
A Great Home for Horse Lovers

Polk County’s Story

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Located in the central Blue Ridge mountains and foothills, the area is known for its mild climate due to the "Thermal Belt," a climatic phenomenon caused by a temperature inversion which results in a belt, rather indefinite in width, wherein the frosts of the valley - or the freezes of the higher altitudes - do not occur. Warm air settles and moderates the temperatures — cooler in summer and warmer in winter.
This phenomenon allows for outdoor activities and events to be enjoyed throughout the seasons. Botanically, the area is rich in native flora. Lakes Adger and Lanier provide aquatic sports and fishing. Some of the clear, cold mountain streams offer good trout fishing in season. Golf, riding and hiking attract devotees who need not await appropriate seasons for such outdoor activities.
Each season brings new adventures in Polk County. Residents discover delicate wildflowers in spring, cool rivers in summer, brilliant foliage in fall, and warming fires in winter. With the waterfalls, mountains and rolling hills of the piedmont, recreation is almost unlimited. Polk County has luxurious golf courses, horse farms, fishing, boating and mountain biking to name just a few outdoor activities. 
Equestrian pursuits have nine plus decades worth of heritage in Tryon including steeplechase, dressage, hunter-jumper, and carriage-driving events. The Tryon Riding and Hunt Club, FENCE (Foothills Equestrian Nature Center), and other equestrian organizations host events from March through early December - including the Block House Steeplechase, held by the Tryon Riding & Hunt Club in April for  61 consecutive years.
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Polk County, North Carolina Homes and Real Estate

It’s not surprising that homes, estates, horse farms and recreational and investment properties in and around Polk County, North Carolina are highly prized and sell quick. Some of the area’s finest homes,  properties – in a variety of attractive sizes and styles - are likely available at the right price right now.

Polk County, North Carolina real estate includes a wide variety of homes for sale, condos for sale, water access properties, adult communities, horse farms and estate properties. Regardless of your present home or property concerns - whether you are buying or selling a home, condo, land or other property – Mickey Hambright has the expertise to guide you through the process painlessly and profitably.

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 recognized expertise, professionalism and commitment to customer satisfaction has made him the choice of many previous home buyers to help guide their 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 Polk County, North Carolina, please let Mickey Hambright help you with your realty needs. Contact Mickey Hambright today!

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