About the Area

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TRYON, NORTH CAROLINA –
GATEWAY TO THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS

Located at the southern foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Tryon (population of under 3,000) offers the best of year-round retirement and vacation lifestyles.  In addition, Tryon was recently selected as the best place to raise children in North Carolina.  Lake Lanier, just outside Tryon, is a private (no public access) lake with breath-taking views.

Tryon was settled  for 100 years by residents coming from all parts of the country and is located less than 45 minutes from 3 major centers (Asheville NC, Greenville NC, and Spartanburg SC) and is 90 miles directly west of Charlotte NC.

For more information about the area, these websites may be helpful:

Tryon-NC.com
AshevilleGuidebook.com – Tryon
Town of Tryon – Facebook
Town of Tryon – Twitter
ExploreTryon.com
NC-Mountains.org – Tryon

 

 

COLUMBUS, NORTH CAROLINA

The Town of Columbus is a small town located in the Blue Ridge mountains of Western North Carolina, and is the county seat for Polk County, North Carolina. The recent Census results indicate a population of 999 persons, an increase of 0.71 percent from the 2000 Census.

Columbus was formed in 1855 as the County of Polk officially became a part of North Carolina. The Town itself was officially incorporated on February 2, 1857.

For more information about the area, these websites may be helpful:

ColumbusNC.com
AshevilleGuidebook.com – Columbus
Town of Columbus – Facebook
Town of Columbus – Twitter

 

 

LANDRUM, SOUTH CAROLINA –
EXCITING ATTRACTIONS, BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, HISTORIC SITES AND FRIENDLY PEOPLE

The City of Landrum was founded in 1880 and incorporated 1883. Located just west of Interstate 26 between Spartanburg, South Carolina and Asheville, North Carolina, the City of Landrum is nestled against the backdrop of the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains. Residents and visitors alike enjoy drives along scenic roads, strolling through unique antique and specialty shops, and dining in Landrum‘s quaint eateries. Landrum also provides an ideal climate for business, as evidenced by booming retail sales and a work force of over 175,000 within twenty miles of the City.

Photo by Jerry Burrel

For more information about the area, these websites may be helpful:

CityOfLandrum.com
Fence.org

 

 

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