Now that is a great creek! There are actually two and one has trout. This home was built in 1942. It is located on 8.34 acres in Newland, North Carolina. The home features a covered front porch and hardwood floors. That kitchen sure is awkward looking. The property has storage sheds and a fire pit. The home has a new metal roof. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 838 square feet. $299,300
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Bordered on one side by Roaring Creek, this old family farm is over 8 acres, has 2 streams (1 with trout) and a charming 3br 1ba farmhouse. Whether you revive the farm, log the mature timber or develop the mountain top with long range views, the bridges have steel I-beams, wooden decks and a capacity rating over 100k lbs. The freshly painted home has a new metal roof and modern bath but still has the original oak and chestnut hardwood floors in the living room and bedrooms. Unseen upgrades include pex plumbing, new piers and vapor barrier. All new landscaping embraces the house incorporating stone and rock from the property to create one-of-a-kind rock gardens, stone walls and fire pit. Schedule an appointment to see this hidden gem today!
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