Abandoned Log cabin on 15 acres in the North Carolina mountains. Circa 1798. $249,000

This is quite awesome, if you ask me! Pleasant location not too far from Boone! This log dwelling was constructed in the year 1798! Creston, North Carolina is the location of this property that spans 15 acres. The front porch is covered, the chimney is made of piled stone, there are hardwood flooring and a stone fireplace, and there is a loft room. The land features a creek, a barn, and two ponds, in addition to a storage structure. 1,360 square feet of space with two bedrooms and one bathroom. $249,000

Be the proud owner of a one-of-a-kind Appalachian historical artifact! This log home was constructed in 1798 and features two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 15 acres of land. It is possible that it is the oldest cabin in High County that is still occupied. This cabin’s allure is enhanced by the fact that it features hand-hewn logs that are two feet wide and two feet long throughout, hardwood flooring throughout, a massive stone fireplace and chimney with gas logs, stained glass windows, and a remodeled big kitchen and laundry area.

The interior has been renovated with a sliding barn door, tongue-and-groove walls, new fixtures, and updated electrical, but the work has not been finished because of unforeseen complications. This property features a paved road frontage of 1,500 feet, two ponds, a creek, a barn, and a storage building measuring 16 by 20 feet.

Across the property, there are a number of potential building locations that take in the surrounding views. In close proximity to the North Fork of the New River, this location provides access to some of the finest trout fishing in the state of North Carolina.

West Jefferson and Boone may be reached in thirty minutes, while Mountain City, Tennessee can be reached in fifteen. You just need to do some updating and remodeling, and this place will be perfect for you! A one-of-a-kind home and property that offers a wide range of opportunities!

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