George Coggins named his baby daughter Craig after Craigfields, the estate he had just inherited after his father passed away.
The more than 160 acres are untainted, wooded and just bordering Warren Wilson College. It has been in the family for more than 200 years. Now, Craig Coggins, more commonly called “Copper” for rust-colored hair, is selling it for $4.8 million. ...
Over the years, Coggins also allowed different artists to live on the property. “This is a heart-breakingly beautiful place. It's got good karma,” she said. She'd love the land to become a haven for artists with families, a bed-and-breakfast, a conference center or even a cluster of 16-acre farms. ...
Parting with the land ends a 200-year journey for the land in Coggins' family. ...
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