Historic House Listings

That waterfall! Circa 1930. Seven acres in the North Carolina mountains. $375,000

June 13, 2024

I love that waterfall! Such a great setting for this house! This was the former home of Pine Root Pottery. The house was built in 1930. It is located on 6.99 acres in Bakersville, North Carolina. The house features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Pine Root Branch rushes down the mountain creating waterfalls. There is a barn on the property that has been used as a pottery studio. There are mature fruit trees on the property. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,355 square feet. $375,000

Contact Rhonda Phillips with Allen Tate/Beverly Hanks: [email protected]

From the Zillow listing:


The former home of Pine Root Pottery, this property has so much to offer. Located at the end of Pine Root Branch Road, privacy and high elevation is premium. Pine Root Branch rushes down the mountain providing water falls, soothing sounds and a picturesque landscape for your mountain homestead. The old farmhouse and barn are ready for your vision. Lots of the building materials needed to make this your own are there for immediate improvements. Established fruit trees and terraced garden areas are already in place on the cleared acreage. The barn is perfect for a workshop or pottery studio and has unfinished living space on the 2nd floor. The house has been a work in progress and is ready for someone to finish a dream not realized.


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