Smallest rail loop in the world! Ten acres in the NC mountains. $395,000

This is such an interesting setting for this house! The home is situated in one of the world’s smallest rail loops. This mountain house was built in 1941. It is located on 10 acres in Old Fort, North Carolina. The home features hardwood floors, vaulted ceiling and a stone fireplace. There are hiking trails, access to a pond and a pretty creek. There is even access to a dish golf course. One bedroom, one bathroom and 728 square feet. $395,000

Contact Justin Wood with Keller Williams: justin@cwpnc.com

From the Zillow listing:

Talk about mountain living! This rare, historical property is ready to be a family home or a short term rental property. ?A first visit to the property is like no other. “How did you find this place?” are often the first words spoken. The rustic cabin, built in 1941, sits in the middle of one of the smallest rail loops in the world and features 10 acres of hiking and views on mixed terrain with two streams, access to a small pond, and a multi-level Disc Golf course. The cabin lies within the Old Fort Loops rail system built in the 1870’s, and exploration of that history is experiencing a recent revival among academic and social historians. The property lies just five miles down a scenic drive to the town of Old Fort, restaurants, breweries, hiking trailheads, and Interstate 40.

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