About the Owner
Wanda Herren is a real estate professional with Western Carolina Properties.
She's passionate about physical activity, including hiking. She enjoys growing plants, taking them to farmer’s markets and gardening and is a member of Sylva Garden Club as well as being an antique enthusiast. Wanda is also a member of the Cullowhee United Methodist Church.
She is a native of Jackson County, educated at Western Carolina University and a resident of Cullowhee, NC. Her background is in education, building, and vacation rentals. She is a past member on the Jackson County Travel and Tourism Board and Board of Directors for the Jackson County Home Builders. She's always eager to help you with any real estate information.
Featured in the Charlotte Observer
"These Mountains Cabins Brim with Classy Touches" by Sarah Pitzer
Don't let the word "cabin" mislead you. Although these three are high in the mountains, overlooking the Tuckasegee River, there's nothing rough or rustic about Tuckaseigee Valley Vacation Cabins. They were built in the late 1990's, and Wanda Herren decorated each one thematically with antiques and collectibles.
Mountain Lodge, for instance, has a hunting/fishing theme, Red Roof Cabin contains antiques from the Herren's grandparents. The Bunk House is done in a cowboy-and - Indian motif, with pictures, saddles and Western Pottery. Horseshoes serve as towel holders, wine rack, book ends and lamps. A note left on the refrigerator by a previous guest says: "There are 108 horseshoes in here."
The grounds include hiking trails, a stocked pond and a fishing pier on the river, offering the possibility of catching catfish, brim, blue gill, crappie and trout.
Views from the cabins offer glimpses of cows. Beyond the pasture you see rising mountains.
This is old family property and well-established black walnut, pear and plum trees still bear fruit.
Although current spelling of the river is"Tuckasegee," the Herrens keep the old family spelling, "Tuckaseigee," in their title.
The cabins are between Cashiers and Sylva, about three hours west of Charlotte.