This area is known as the land of the waterfalls. Great spot in the North Carolina mountains. This home was built in 1916. It is located on .69 acres in Brevard, North Carolina. The home features a screened in porch, original hardwood floors, picture rails, solid wood doors and a claw foot tub. The small fireplace with the space heater is currently the only heating source. That is why the square footage is listed as so small. The old outbuildings are great! Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 415 square feet. $235,000
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From the Zillow listing:
An original folk home built over a century ago overlooking the French Broad River Valley. This traditional style home has that established charm and Appalachian aesthetic that pulls us into these mountains. With two historic wooded sheds and the backdrop of the valley and old mountains beyond. The home has many rich original materials like hardwood floors and a fireplace begging for someone to bring it back to its original luster. Currently the heating system only supports a small section of the home. Therefore the home is considerably larger that what’s advertised. The location is conveniently located near the Ecusta Trail, ball fields, and restaurants like Oskar Blues. It’s also close to downtown Brevard, Hendersonville, and Asheville Regional Airport. With some basic updates this could be an incredible home or investment property. Schedule your showing today!
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