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Downtown Brevard/Deerlake Estates
Approximate Total Acres: 63.71
Allows 18 homesites
In the city limits of Brevard

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Le Parc
Approximate Total Acres: 150
10,000 sf Clubhouse
Large pool and 5 tennis courts
King Farm
Total Acres: 22
Beautiful Estate Property
Transylvania County, NC
Round Mountain
Approximate Total Acres: 457.23
Spectacular Views at 2,900 Ft
Transylvania County, NC

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Cherryfield Creek
Approximate Total Acres: 750
Adjoining Pisgah National Forest
Minutes from downtown Brevard

The Point at Ivy River
Approximate Total Acres: 68
Amazing Panoramic Long-Range views
Minutes from Asheville


Deer Creek Estates
Two Tracts Totaling Approximately 146.83 Acres
Branchwood Rd (8 Miles North of Interstate 40)
Northern Iredell County
Statesville, NC
East Fork Lake
Approximate Total Acres: 150
Beautiful 10 Acre Lake & Gentle Rolling land
Brevard, NC
Estates of Weaverville
Approximate Total Acres: 93.88
Beautiful Close range views
15 minutes from downtown Asheville
Weaverville, NC
Downtown Cashiers
Approximate Total Acres: 47.80
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Josh's Trail
Approximate 20 2+ Home Sites
Quiet Casual Moutain
Cabin Neighborhood

Lyday Creek
Approximate Total Acres: 217
Long range 360 views
10 minutes to downtown Brevard

108 Acres Total
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Glen Cannon Was Home To Several Camps

Source: The Transylvania Times - By Marcy Thompson

In 1921 Mrs. Luella Gibson Joiner of Alabama started Camp Brevard for girls. The camp was located just a couple a miles outside of town on property owned by C.M. Siniard near Glen Cannon Falls. The camp was included in a Red Book Magazine publication about 1926 summer camps. However, Joiner died on Nov. 25, 1925.

W.W. Waters took over management of the camp in 1926 and renamed it Camp Cohosset. The name was said to be an Indian term for "by the pines." It operated for just one season.

Mrs. Luther Pushell opened Camp Perry-Ann, "the only camp in the South exclusively for Jewish Girls," on the property in 1927. Camp Perry-Ann brochures describe the property as 200 acres on a gently sloping pine-covered hill overlooking the French Broad River and bordering Williamson Creek and Glen Cannon Falls. It included the lake, tennis courts, a lodge and cabins. Camp Perry-Ann operated through 1931.

In 1936 it was announced that a Girl Scout Camp would operate on the former Camp Perry-Ann site. The property was then own by Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Wilson. Camp Cateechee was affiliated with the Girl Scouts of Asheville, Charlotte and Greenville, S.C. but served Girl Scouts from throughout the Southeast. Camp Cateechee operated for about 10 years.

Another little known girls' camp on the outskirts of Brevard was Camp Ivy Hill. Located on a low wooded hill it included the Ivy Hill Nursing Home (today The Oaks) property. The camp was operated by Mrs. Harriet Davis and her daughters, Miss Mary McPhail Davis and Mrs. Elizabeth Mauldin. It included swimming, tennis, basketball, baseball, volleyball, track and Hiking excursions. Music, basketry, weaving, clay modeling and illustrating were also offered. Camp Ivy Hill operated from 1921-1923.

Glen Cannon Camp

Camp Brevard activities with 1-Mrs. H.E. Lassiter, 2-Mrs. Luella Gibson Joiner.

Glen Cannon Camp

Cabins at Camp Ivy Hill, 1922.

Glen Cannon Camp

Camp Perry-Ann mini-golf.

(Photographs and information for this column are provided by the Rowell Bosse North Carolina Room, Transylvania County Library. Visit the N.C. Room during regular library hours (Monday-Friday) to learn more about our history and see additional photographs. For more information, comments or suggestions contact Marcy at or call (828) 884-3151 ext. 242.)