Matt Butler, Mountain Country Realty
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|Matt Butler has made the North Georgia Mountains his home for over 20 years and he's here to help you find your dream home in this beautiful area. Whether you're looking for acreage, river or lake frontage to build your dream home on, a secluded valley home ideal for the equestrian lover, vacation property or rental, or a family home in town, the choices are endless in the North Georgia Area. |
Growing up in Oregon, Matt moved to Fannin County, Georgia after his stint in the US Navy, where he was stationed in Jacksonville, Florida. After his discharge from the Navy, Matt was eager to find a place of mountain life and Fannin County, Georgia was just the place.
Matt brought his custom home building craftsmanship from Oregon to the North Georgia area. He owns and operates his own business, MC Butler Construction. Matt is very well known for his quality work with the great detail and unique finish work in the homes he builds.
Matt's work is so valued, that many of his clients enjoy the opportunity to show off MC Butler homes to their friends, who then become Matt's future clients.
In addition to selling real estate and building custom cabins and homes, Matt and his wife Misti, own and manage Mountain Getaway Cabin Rentals of Blue Ridge. The cabins in their rental program are selected properties in prime locations with mountain views, on or near rivers, creeks & lakes.
So, whether you are looking to purchase a home for your family, buy land to build your dream home, or invest in prime Mountain real estate, Matt can help with it all. With Matt being a specialist to the area, and Misti a native to Fannin County, they can provide valuable information with a no hassle working relationship.
There are many reasons why Blue Ridge, GA & the North Georgia Mountain region has become a popular vacation destination. The area has been recognized in several magazines. In 2002, Smart Money Magazine selected Blue Ridge as one of the top five places in the country to buy vacation homes. Below is their quote:
"Instead of going down to overcrowded Orlando or the Florida Keys, some folks from Atlanta are heading to North Georgia. Why is this town a choice retreat? No worries about overdevelopment ? 42% of Fannin County is owned by the National Forest Service. After hiking the Appalachian mountain trails, head to the 100-year-old downtown to furnish your new house at the antique stores and galleries. Two-bedroom cabins in the woods start at $150,000. Prices climb to over $400,000 for a house on several acres or for one closer to the river or Blue Ridge Lake."