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Cedar Bluff Population: 1,843

Total Males: 978
Total Females: 865
Median Household Income: $35,257
Total Households: 843

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Brief Information About Cedar Bluff


Cedar Bluff is a town in Cherokee County. It has a total area of 3.97 square miles, and 3.40% of the area is water. The town is renowned as the "Crappie Capital of the World", as the largest number of the fish has been caught here. Local attractions includeWeiss Lake, the Cornwall Furnace and the the Little River Canyon which is close to the town.

Tourism, fishing, manufacturing, construction, retail, food and accommodation are the major players in the local economy. It has a high school that caters till twelfth grade. The closest hospital is the Cherokee Medical Center, located about 6 miles away at Centre. Cedar Bluff's cost of living is 12.30% lower than the country average, making living here comparatively cheaper.

The town gets about 56 inches of rain annually, with about 104 days having measurable precipitation. Snowfall is about a couple of inches annually.




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