Watauga County North CarolinaWatauga Real Estate
This page focuses on Watauga County, North Carolina. Daniel Boone had heard of the Watauga Country, a Cherokee word; loosely defined as "beautiful waters". He organized a group of six men to explore this area when he felt things were becoming to crowded at his home in the Yadkin Valley of North Carolina.
Watauga County was formed in 1849 from Ashe, Caldwell and Yancey counties. The county seat, "Boone" is named after this famous american explorer and statesman. Town of Boone, which was incorporated in 1872.
The primary cities in Watauga County are Boone, Blowing Rock and Deep Gap. The kinds of property available are; Mountain real estate, homes, land and cabins.