Historic House Listings

Stone and hemlock mountain house! Circa 1929. Over two acres in North Carolina. $239,900

February 22, 2021

This is such a nice area in the North Carolina mountains! This home features a stone and hemlock siding exterior. The house was built in 1929. It is located on 2.23 acres in Bryson City, North Carolina. The hoem features a lot of unpainted woodwork. There are hardwood floors, wormy chestnut cabinets, pine walls and a stone fireplace. The owner milled the wood walls himself. the exterior has a gazebo, large deck, and detached outbuildings. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,145 square feet. $239,900

Contact Lytisha Oliver Shuler

From the Zillow listing:


Great home that is centrally located in the Jackson Line Community. Mins to downtown Bryson or Alarka. Almost all wood walls inside that the owner milled himself. The entire kitchen is wormy chestnut from walls to cabinets. Oversized island for family gatherings. Dining room off of kitchen or can be converted to large pantry. Laundry area on main. Master bedroom and another bedroom on main with bathroom in between. Large living room with wood stove. White walnut walls in the living room. Upstairs you have bathroom and what could be two bedrooms with one having wooden built in shelves. 18 in pine wood walls upstairs. Small basement with some storage. Outside you have a great side wrap around porch on the front and a huge deck that leads to a gazebo in the back. Old barn, 2 story storage shed, 1 old shed and 1 old garage. Great area for garden spot. A big concrete pad that can be used for playing basketball or build a building over it. Lots of possibilities with the acreage. You have road frontage to build a building if you wish. Enough room for livestock or house animals. Circle driveway. Lots of space for parking. Home has hemlock siding which repels bees.


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