Historic House Listings

Sold for $485,000. Mountain House in North Carolina. Circa 1926. Over three acres. $495,000

October 6, 2021

This home was originally used as a boarding house for lumberyard workers. This mountain lodge was built in 1926. It is located on 3.48 acres in Cullowhee, North Carolina. The home features a large deck, screened in porch, hardwood floors, coffered ceilings, large stone fireplace and some bead board ceilings. There is a separate structure on the property that could be used as an office space or guest house. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,043 square feet. $495,000

Contact Evan Harrell with RE/MAX Elite Realty

From the Zillow listing:


It’s not just the wormy chestnut that gives this house character but all the stories that have been shared through the years. This 1926 lodge has housed lumber yard workers, college students & many visitors to the mountains. This beauty overlooks the Tuckaseegee River in a great location w/easy, state-maintained access. Drive up & park on the upper or lower levels. As you enter, this home screams character with every ounce of detail. Recent kitchen & mudroom remodel. Beautiful formal dining room that could also double as a sun/sitting room w/double doors out to a back patio. The living room alone has a story to tell complete with a “kissing stone” embedded in the oversized rock fireplace. Master bedroom & office are off the living room as well as a 200 sqft screened porch that overlooks the river. Sunning deck to entertain on as well. Upstairs there are 2 full bathrooms, 2 addt’l bedrooms & 2 bonus rooms, one w/an office. Separate structure that could be used as a home office or renovated for addt’l living space. Outbuilding for storage. Babbling Brook running through the property w/additional wooded land to explore. Invite your friends & family, you’ll have plenty of room.


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