Historic House Listings

The setting is heavenly! Circa 1911. Over an acre in North Carolina. $599,900

June 12, 2024

The setting for this house sure is heavenly! Love the little stream! The house was built in 1911. It is located on 1.28 acres in Todd, North Carolina. That is such a beautiful area of the North Carolina mountains. The house features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, wainscoting, chair rails, baseboards, bead board and a great kitchen sink. There is a meandering stream, flower garden and a barn on the property. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,703 square feet. $599,900

Contact Matt De Camara with Ashe Real Estate: 336-488-5150

From the Zillow listing:


Farmhouse delight! This is your opportunity to own a slice of heaven in Ashe County! This charming farmhouse was built in 1913. The bucolic setting will captivate you as soon as you lay eyes on it. Pastoral views, gentle laying land, flowing stream in the front of the property – you’re sure to fall in love. Once inside the home you’ll notice the texture and immediately be transported to a simple time. The warmth of the 100 year old oak floors, the wavy glass of the windows – to imagine all of the stories in this old home. In the main entrance there’s a beautiful fireplace and mantle. You can go right to the living room or left to the kitchen. The kitchen is inviting and cozy. The farmhouse sink with brass knobs is the main attraction. At the sink there is a wonderful view outside the kitchen windows. On the side of the kitchen is a quaint sitting room to look out at the countryside. From the kitchen you’ll have a full bath on the left as well as the laundry. The primary bedroom is full of windows yet high enough to ample privacy. Out the main bedroom is a lovely porch with views for days. Upstairs you’ll find two other bedrooms and a elegant half bath. Outside is where the magic continues. Gentle laying land, barn, outbuilding and a gentle stream running through the middle of the property. Come take a look at this wonderful farmhouse before it’s sold!


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