115 Charlie Lane



Davis Acres

Stunning long range views from this contemporary home in the beautiful Obids community of Ashe County. Easily accessible in all seasons, and just a short drive to all the amenities of Boone and West Jefferson, this unique home a fully finished walk out basement, a full bathroom on every floor, a living room on the upper floor, and master bedroom, kitchen, dining and laundry on the main floor. Extra wide doorways and an elevator make all floors easily accessible without having to climb stairs. Outside, a fully fenced large yard for kids or pets, and as a bonus, another building lot conveys with the home. A large screened porch and other open decks make this home great for entertaining or just a quiet evening with the family.

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  • Residential


  • Contemporary/Modern

Year Built

  • 2006


  • $1,659


  • $250 Annually

Listing Brokerage Name

  • Ashe High Country Realty


  • Davis Acres


Elementary School

  • Ashe


Sewer Type

  • Private Sewer

Water Type

  • Private
  • Well


  • Central Air
  • Heat Pump
  • 1 Unit


  • Forced Air
  • Propane


  • Dishwasher
  • Electric Range
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator

Interior Features

  • Elevator
  • High Speed Internet

Room Floor

  • Bathroom
  • Basement
  • Bathroom
  • Second
  • Bonus Room
  • Basement
  • Den
  • Basement
  • Half Bath
  • First
  • Master Bedroom
  • First
  • Kitchen
  • First
  • Laundry
  • First
  • Bedroom
  • Second
  • Living Room
  • Second


Exterior Features

  • Other

Exterior Construction

  • Frame


  • Architectural
  • Shingle


  • Basement


  • Gravel

Community Amenities

  • Long Term Rental Allowed
  • Short Term Rental Allowed

West Jefferson

If you’re on the hunt for a quiet mountain community with a relaxed pace of life, you’ll find your perfect match in West Jefferson. Located in the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, sits the quiet community of West Jefferson. Best known for its eclectic arts district, art lovers can easily get lost in West Jefferson’s numerous art events and festivals. 



Real Estate in West Jefferson, NC

Many find West Jefferson to be the perfect destination for a second home or retirement spot. Positioned in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, residents and tourists find the mix of outdoor recreation, coupled with a lively arts scene and bustling downtown to be a perfect mix. The median home value in West Jefferson, NC is $162,100.



Lifestyle and Attractions

Outdoor enthusiasts will be in heaven in West Jefferson, where you can hike, bike and drive through the Blue Ridge Parkway until your heart’s content. Take a break from hiking to explore the charming downtown where you’ll be met with a vibrant arts scene, quaint shops and plenty of yummy eateries.


Don’t forget to explore the oldest cheese plant in the U.S.,  Ashe County Cheese, where visitors can tour the facility and even watch cheese being made.Today, Ashe County Cheese remains one of the biggest tourist attractions in North Carolina. 


Residents and tourists alike claim the Farmers’ Market and Boonedocks Brewing as town favorites. 



Nearby Schools and Higher Education

Many West Jefferson school-aged children attend Ashe County Public Schools.


The opportunities for higher education close to West Jefferson are endless— from the Ashe Campus Wilkes Community College, to Appalachian State University, there’s something for all personalities and learning preferences. 


Lees-McRae College and East Tennessee State University are also wonderful options, boasting beautiful campuses. For West Jefferson residents looking for a higher education experience a little farther from home, Emory & Henry is an excellent choice, as well.




Located in Ashe County, West Jefferson was established in 1915. Over time, the town grew in size, thanks in part, to the Northwest Railroad making West Jefferson one of its major stops. Later in the 1930’s, Kraft Cheese was established in Ashe County, which further helped to advance growth in the quiet community.


The Northwest Railroad, otherwise known as the Virginia Creeper made its last run to the town in 1977, and as a result, the town experienced a brief downturn.


In the early 1990s, business leaders banded together, determined to save the town. Community leaders and volunteers worked hard to develop a rich art scene to help promote West Jefferson as a tourist destination, making it quite the travel destination today. 


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