This deal of the day won’t last long! Only 35 minutes to Boone, North Carolina. There is a trout stream on the property. This home was built sometime in the 1800’s, It is located on 8.02 acres in Millers Creek, North Carolina. There is an old sugar cane mill on the property that was used for making molasses. The home features hardwood floors, wainscoting and exposed beams. The property has fenced pasture and an old barn. Four bedrooms and one bathroom. $179,000
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From the Zillow listing:
This is a remarkable farm and one of the oldest homes in the western foothills of Wilkes County, NC. The original home was built in the 1800s and has been added onto in the early 1900s and mid 1900s. It borders a trout stream that is stocked every spring for fishing. It has pasture that is partially fenced. The home is heated by a wood stove and kerosene heat in the living room. The water source is a spring located on adjacent land. There is no written easement. There is a spring located on this property. There is an existing sugar cane mill for making molasses, a barn and a beautiful setting in the mountains. Near to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Thirty to forty-five minutes to W Kerr Scott Lake, Wilkesboro, Boone/Blowing Rock and West Jefferson. You need to see the rustic beauty of this property. A septic permit could not be found.
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