You can buy a vacation home just about anywhere, but some places are better than others.

Georgians hoping to have a home away from home can do just that in Blue Ridge.

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The mountain town landed among the best places to buy a vacation rental in 2021, according to Evolve. It’s No. 2.

The website selected the best places for a vacation property by focusing on three metrics. They reviewed national vacation rental performance metrics, Zillow’s 2020 median home value and estimated the annual expenses to run a vacation rental. In doing so, it determined the places where bookings lead to higher median revenue, listing prices and the cap rate.

Blue Ridge has a median rental value of $47,042, according to Evolve. The median list price for a home is $260,476. The town debuted at No. 2 on Evolve’s list.

“Visitors often enjoy the trails and waterfalls of Chattahoochee National Forest or ride the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway to the neighboring mountain towns of McCaysville and Copperhill — making your vacation rental the perfect home-base for a variety of dreamy day trips. Our (Real Estate Services) team says to look for cabin homes with views to really maximize your earning potential,” the website said.

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Blue Ridge is proof that you don’t have to leave the state to enjoy a scenic getaway.

Long Creek Falls offers a view of a waterfall off the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye Trails. A drive along Ga. 60′s Scenic Drive offers picturesque mountain views. Climb to the top of Brasstown Bald for a look from the state’s highest mountain.

The city also came in at No. 4 on Southern Living’s list of The South’s Best Mountain Towns 2020.