Our agency is top rated on Google, Facebook, and elsewhere.
Find a showcase of our homes for sale below.
826 Marshall Street Mount Airy, North Carolina
0001 Montana Drive Mount Airy, North Carolina
205 Saddle Club Lane Mount Airy, North Carolina
329 Pender Street Mount Airy, North Carolina
380 Folly Farms Circle Mount Airy, North Carolina
223 Ararat Longhill Road Pilot Mountain, North Carolina
226 Wrenn Avenue Mount Airy, North Carolina
4500 Haystack Road Dobson, North Carolina
Click and fill out the form, and one of our expert agents will help you determine what your home is worth in today's market.
We handle all the work of managing your property for you with professional property management services.
With an incredible staff of real estate professionals, you will feel confident that you have made the right choice because we understand the region and live in the region too. Our agents can help you find the best home and stand by your side in helping you reach a decision of what’s best personally for you.
Please contact any of the brokers at Group3 Real Estate, LLC by phone call, text, email, social media or in person so that we may provide assistance for your real estate needs.
Travel north through the Piedmont’s Foothills of North Carolina along Highway 52 through Stokes County and you will see in the distance an ancient sentinel, the magnificent Pilot Mountain. This unique rock formation has risen above the rolling hills of northwestern North Carolina through the seasons, through the centuries, through the ages, a pilot, a landmark which has guided foot, horse-drawn, and motorized travelers alike over the years. Cross the Surry County line and on your left looms this quiet giant home to countless wildlife, flora, and fauna. Now a state park, this beautiful setting is available to all who wish to hike, bike, or drive up the mountain to take in the spectacular views of the surrounding counties of North Carolina below and a portion of the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Appalachian Mountain Chain in the distance. On a clear day, one can make out the Blue Ridge Parkway which is shared by both North Carolina and Virginia.
A short few miles away up Highway 52 North along the Andy Griffith Parkway brings the traveler to another vista. As one continues on, the road rises and falls, eventually dramatically dipping downward and revealing a town nestled in a valley at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. At dusk, the city’s lights glitter like diamond dust filling a bowl surrounded by purplish-blue mountains leaving a hint of an incredible sunset. Here lies the small city of Mount Airy, home to Andy Griffith, Donna Fargo, Betty Lynn and countless others who have made it their home. And now, hopefully, you.
Surry, Carroll and Patrick Counties offer so much more than its scenery of mountain views and recreation. It offers a way of life that so many, locals as well as those from out-of-state, have found to be the perfect place to call “home.”
This way of life begins with a feeling deep within; it transcends what the eye first sees. For each person it’s different. Perhaps it’s the friendliness of the people, its real sense of community, its diverse cultures, recreation, sporting events, less hustle and bustle, easy commutes to nearby cities, the fact that town is within driving distance to major universities and metropolitan areas. Whatever the attraction, it’s small town living at its best.
Photo By DowntownMountAiry - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link