Historic House Listings

Lakefront cabin in SC. Circa, 1930. Five miles to Tryon, NC. $259,000

June 26, 2018

So cute! The water in Lake Lanier comes from Hogback Mountain….you know that is some refreshing water! Built in 1930 in Landrum, South Carolina. Only five miles from Tryon, North Carolina. Having visited there, I can tell you it’s a quaint and inviting town. Close to Tryon International Equestrian Center. One bedroom and one bathroom. $259,000

From the Zillow listing:


This charming cabin will draw you in with it’s inviting front porch and wonderful cozy feel of the entire place. Entering into the living room you will find a quaint sitting area. The living flows into the kitchen via a high back bar. You won’t believe the view from the kitchen window. The one bedroom boasts enough room for comfort and the bathroom is equipped with large jetted tub for relaxation anytime you want. Large porch is great for entertaining or enjoying your time alone. With just steps to the water and double slip dock for your pontoon or boat you can enjoy a daily beautiful ride on Lake Lanier with your morning coffee. The water in Lake Lanier comes directly into the lake from Hogback Mountain, which is one of the giant mountains that makeup the backdrop of the lake. The clean water and the quietness of the mornings and evenings make this lake a wonderful place for swimming in the early morning when the lake is quiet or visiting with others in the afternoons when your friends are out on their boats and jet skis. The size of the lake (5 miles around by road) makes it a perfect lake for skiing and paddling. Close to many restaurants, grocery stores and ample shops. This is a great location to explore the mountains, participate in events at the Tryon International Equestrian Center and Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, visiting Pearson’s Falls, paddling or tubing the Green River, wandering around the wonder towns of Tryon only 5 minutes down the road, Landrum only 10 minutes, and Hendersonville only about 35 minutes, only about 1 1/2 hours to Charlotte. This would be a great vacation place or perfect little home.

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