Meet Our Agents
Manuel de Juan, Broker in Charge
Originally from Madrid, Manuel discovered Cashiers and fell in love with the area’s natural beauty and relaxed lifestyle. The former manager of Atlanta’s venerable Capital City Club, Manuel moved to the area to help open and manage the Old Edwards Inn in neighboring Highlands. Since joining the High Hampton Realty team in 2005, he has become one of the most respected brokers in the area, having both development and real estate experience. Certified by the Cornell University Business Management Institute, Manuel has served as Vice President of the Georgia Chapter of the Club Managers Association of America and is a member of the National Association of Realtors.
In addition to brokering privately-listed properties in the High Hampton community, Manuel also brokers exceptional properties throughout the Cashiers area.
James Monteith, Realtor
As a real estate broker for twenty-eight years and a resident of Cashiers for over thirty years, Jim has garnered an extensive knowledge and expertise of this area's real estate and development. He has served as former development manager, general manager and broker-in-charge during his tenure with High Hampton over the past twenty-plus years. Jim is a member of the National Association of Realtors, a University of Tennessee College of Business graduate and served four years in the United States Army. He currently enjoys life with his wife, three cats and a dog.
Owning at High Hampton
It’s a world unlike any other … the historic High Hampton Inn & Country Club.
With its 96-year tradition of gracious hospitality . . . 1,400-acre jewel of a setting in the heart of Cashiers, North Carolina . . . and array of recreational and social opportunities for young and old alike . . . High Hampton Inn is a mountain resort paradise that has beckoned generations of families to return each year for memorable vacations.
For a fortunate few, High Hampton Inn is more than “An Inn to Remember,” as it’s known throughout the south …
it’s the gracious and vibrant centerpiece of a very special home community whose members understand that family bonds, lasting friendships, and enduring values and traditions are the greatest legacy they can pass on.
With only 230 or so homes situated among 1,400 acres, High Hampton homeowners experience the best of two worlds — the privacy of their own mountain retreat . . . and the genteel sociability that the amenities and activities of the Inn afford.