The owners of the first home in the community just closed on the house. The couple from Charlotte gave NewsChannel 36 an exclusive tour of the house.
“You’ve got a panoramic view of western North Carolina,” said Kathy Levy, describing the spectacular view outside her new home.
A Charlotte-based retired doctor, Levy and her husband are the first official homeowners at The Cliffs at High Carolina.
“Look around you. The piece of property is spectacular,” said developer Jim Anthony. “This is an incredible piece of land.”
Property prices range from several hundred thousand to $3 million before the house is even built. The views go for 50 miles because the elevation is up to 4,000 feet.
Woods has already claimed his mountain top.
“Tiger’s picked out his home site up on the ridge there,” Anthony said as he pointed out where the golfer plans to build.
At the 2007 grand opening, Woods told prospective buyers about plans to play in the North Carolina mountains.