Ansley Heights (in Watauga County, NC) Populated Place Profile


Ansley Heights (GNIS FID: 1018830) is a populated place located within the Township of Blowing Rock, a minor civil division (MCD) of Watauga County.

The elevation of Ansley Heights is 3,802 feet. Ansley Heights appears on the Boone U.S. Geological Survey Map. Watauga County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Blowing Rock, NC (1.9 miles E)
Foscoe, NC (3.4 miles WNW)
Boone, NC (5.8 miles NNE)
Valle Crucis, NC (6.1 miles NW)
Seven Devils, NC (7 miles WNW)
Seven Devils, NC (7 miles WNW)
Grandfather, NC (8 miles WSW)
Sugar Mountain, NC (8.2 miles W)
Banner Elk, NC (9.1 miles W)
Beech Mountain, NC (11 miles WNW)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

The Forest at Blowing Rock, NC (1.4 miles SSW)
Kelsey, NC (1.4 miles SSW)
Mayview Park, NC (1.4 miles ESE)
Laurel Park, NC (1.9 miles ESE)
Boone Fork, NC (1.9 miles SW)
Echo Park, NC (2.4 miles ESE)
Ski Mountain, NC (2.7 miles ENE)
Shulls Mill, NC (3.1 miles NW)
Cherokee Woods, NC (3.4 miles SW)
Blowing Rock Estates, NC (3.4 miles ESE)

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