On 14 acres in the pottery capital of the world! There are mature pecan trees, apple trees and a pear tree. This home was built in 1902. It is located on 14.3 acres in Seagrove, North Carolina. The home definitely needs some tlc, but the price seems decent. There are various flooring types, including hardwood floors. I bet there are hardwoods underneath some of the other stuff. There are solid wood doors with original hardware. If it were mine I would take that enclosed porch back to a covered. Would be fun to explore all of those old outbuildings. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,272 square feet. $149,900
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From the Zillow listing:
Farmhouse with 14+ acres of land in the pottery capital of the world, Seagrove N.C. This super tract of land is a unique find and offers some great features including a farmhouse ready for you to renovate and make over the way you would want it, a 4 stall barn with metal siding that matches the outbuildings and a couple nice sheds for storage. The driveway winds its way across the open fields to a yard with mature pecan trees, apple trees and a pear tree. There are some wooded areas but the majority of this property is open fields ready to fence in. There is a free flowing spring that crosses the field and the owners say they have never seen it run dry. The farm house is in need of some repairs and updating but could be a nice home and it has a walk up stairwell to the attic and may offer some additional square footage if finished. There looks to be other areas that may offer building sites for a home in the future. Call today for your private showing!
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