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Collettsville, North Carolina

Collettsville, North Carolina
Country United States
State North Carolina
Counties Caldwell
Area code(s) 828

Collettsville (pronounced coh-lets-ville) is a small unincorporated community in Caldwell County, North Carolina, United States. It is part of the HickoryLenoirMorganton Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Housing

Although there are many houses made with a Gothic design, there are also many houses that look like cabins, built out of plain wood. Some houses are estimated to have been built as early as 1900 and are now occupied by locals. The median home cost in Collettsville is $109,100. Home appreciation since the last year has been about 7.10 percent.[1]

Many houses are being built in new communities. The future for Collettsville looks brighter than its past. Growth is steady. Located on a beautiful river many new homes are being built as newcomers are drawn to this location.

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Coordinates: 35°55′32″N 81°40′28″W / 35.92556°N 81.67444°W / 35.92556; -81.67444

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