Welcome to Chestnut Valley Farm, one of the most unique properties in the Southern Appalachians. This 457+ acre one-of-a-kind oasis is home to sprawling river frontage brimming with trout, majestic groves of black walnut trees, and splendid mountain top views! Located 8 miles south of Hiawassee, 30 minutes from a private airport in nearby Blairsville, and 2 hours north of Atlanta, this private retreat is easily accessible yet feels a world away from the cares of city life. Bordered by the Chattahoochee National Forest, Corbin Creek flows from the western flanks of Nell Knob, out of Forest Service land and onto the property where it is joined by Brier Creek. Together they merge with the Hiawassee River, creating approximately 2 miles of pristine mountain streams. Wildlife abounds in this picturesque setting where it is not uncommon to view deer, turkey and bear while fly-fishing in the streams or taking a hike. Five historic cabins modernized with electricity and kitchens enjoy a rich history of distinguished guests including President Jimmy Carter, national and state leaders, church groups and a plethora of nature-loving adventurists to name a few. The riverside dining pavilion hosts groups with camp-side fires, indoor cooking facilities and plenty of room for recreation and entertainment. An ideal parcel to subdivide, build a lodge or corporate retreat, bring your fishing rods and all-terrain vehicles. This is an unprecedented opportunity to embrace nature in a tranquil private setting with limitless possibilities for enjoyment.