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Sold! NC MOUNTAIN GETAWAY!! 33 Acres!! Circa, 1910. $199,900!

May 9, 2018

What amazing views!! The house needs some work, but it’s not too bad. Love that old stove! Multiple barns and sheds on the property. There are also apple trees, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries. Amazing view of Mount Rogers, Virginia’s highest peak. Located on 33 acres in Lansing, North Carolina. One bedroom, one bathroom, and 1,190 square feet. $199,900

From the Zillow listing:


A classic Ashe County farmstead, featuring a mountain cottage with wormy chestnut accents inside, a working wood cook stove, and an old timey spring run! Multiple wooden barns and sheds close by, apple trees, wild blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries, and the headwaters of Big Horse Creek running though the front yard! A large metal building with pull down doors, complete with wiring and a concrete floor would make a great woodshop or mechanics garage. Trails for ATV or horses, crisscross the property, and lead to incredible long range, layered views of Whitetop Mountain and Mount Rogers, Virginia’s highest peak. Only minutes to the VA Creeper Bike Trail, world class trout fishing multiple streams, and hiking at Grayson Highlands State Park or the Appalachian Trail. All types of wildlife are plentiful. Elevation goes from about 3600′ to 4000′, so for those looking for a cool, high altitude, secluded getaway….this is the one!!

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