Historic House Listings

Stone mountain house on two acres in North Carolina. Has a guest house. $265,000

October 19, 2022

Beautiful mountain views from this house! Love the stone exterior. This home was built in 1940. It is located on two acres in Hayesville, North Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, coffered ceiling, wood walls and some wood ceilings. There is a small guest house on the property. There is also a pond and a couple of outbuildings. Would be nice to see the house cleaned out and to see what is there. The main house has two bedrooms and one bathroom. $265,000

Contact Sherry A. McGregor with Timberwood Mountain Realty

From the Zillow listing:


The ebb of time flows peacefully across this lovely older stone sided home on 2 ac. +/- The property has in addition to this home a small guest cottage, a 4 car garage with carports, a small chicken coop size building with springs around the area on which it sits near the road, a barn which use to house goats. The barn has electricity and water still today. As you sit in the small 1 BR. 1 BA. guest cabin you are amazed at the breeze as it ebbs into the living room area and throughout the cabin. Above, the stone sided main home has so much potential. 2 BR. 1 BA and a full finished basement with an additional space being used as a bedroom. Plenty of storage in the basement, with work shop underneath the porch. Staircase leading to main level enters the hallway with the kitchen immediately off to the right. In the kitchen, the stove, refrig., microwave and the Bosch dishwasher all stay with the home. This small mini farm also has a small spring fed pond located above the building in a beautiful wooded cove area. Also nearby is a water tank which was fed by the spring and two watering troughs. Some of the property needs TLC no doubt, but, the ebbing peaceful setting of this lovely property is something that can’t be produced by human hands. Large yard presently houses the owners pets. An additional carport is at the top of the drive for ease of getting into the home from the top.



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