Historic House Listings

Sold for $201,000. Deal of the Day! Circa 1937 in the North Carolina mountains. $189,800

October 6, 2023

Deal of the Day! This is a great price for the North Carolina mountains. In a gated community on Lake Hiawassee. The home was built in 1937. It is located in Murphy, North Carolina. The home is situated in the Bear Paw Resort with community amenities. The home features a fire pit area, hardwood floors, stone hearth and an updated kitchen. There are beautiful views of the mountains from the home. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and 849 square feet. $189,900

Contact Poltrock Team with RE/MAX Mountain Properties

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to your cozy, warm, and inviting cottage within the prestigious Bear Paw Resort, where tranquility meets rustic. This 2-bedroom, 1-bath retreat offers an idyllic mountain escape, complete with a screened porch that beckons you to unwind and soak in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Stepping inside, you’ll be greeted by the heart of the cottage, the Great Room. This sunlit room boasts a rustic stone fireplace that cast a comforting glow, perfect for warming up those chilly lake evenings. The kitchen, with its charming rustic cabinetry, is also a gathering space. It features a built-in refrigerator, pantry & broom closet, an island that doubles as a breakfast bar, for additional seating, next to your dining area. Off the kitchen is a a full-size laundry room with a door that leads outside for convenience. Down the hall, you’ll discover your Master bedroom a haven for comfort and tranquility. A 2nd bedroom for family and/or guests along with a shared bathroom, complete with a stand-up shower. Outside, Bear Paw Resort beckons you with a treasure trove of amenities. Explore the pristine Lake Hiwassee and marina, engage in a friendly game of tennis, take a refreshing dip in the pool, or gather with friends and family at the pavilion for memorable moments. Whether you’re seeking a vacation home or year round residence, Bear Paw Resort offers you it all, where the mountains meet the lake and memories are made to last a lifetime!



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