Etowah is an unincorporated community along US 64 about half way between Hendersonville and Brevard.
In 1889, James A. Collins, who operated a store approximately 2 miles north of the current site of Etowah, opened a post office and named it "Money." Because towns at the time were given the names of their post offices, Etowah was originally known as "Money." Later, when the railroad was approved, the owner did not want to name the station "Money," so the name was changed to Etowah at the suggestion of Margaret Gash. Mrs. Gash was the wife of Joseph Gash who donated the land for the railroad and she chose "Etowah" because the Etowah River runs through the part of Georgia where Mrs. Gash's childhood home was located. According to "A Dictionary of Creek/Muskogee" by Jack B. Martin and Margaret McKane Maudlin, the closest translation for "Etowah" is "tribal town."
To learn more about Etowah and it's history visit Etowah NC Heritage.
Etowah Valley Golf and Resort, which was formerly the site of the Morland-Drysdale Corporation, manufacturers of the famous "Etowah bricks."
According to GreatSchools.org, Etowah Elementary School is rated above average (8/10) compared to other schools in North Carolina. Students in Etowah attend Rugby Middle School and West Henderson High School.
Etowah Golf Villas
Golf Mountain Estates
North Course Village
Market Data & Demographics
Currently there are 14 single family homes listed for sale, with the median price being $299,450.
Although some of their real estate information is a bit off, this site provides other useful demographic information about Etowah: Etowah ZIP Code Profile
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