190 Blackberry Inn RoadWeaverville, NC 28787

  • $950,000
  • Days on Market 67
  • MLS# 4127143
2 Beds
1 Baths
52.50 Acres
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School Information

  • Elementary: Weaverville/N. Windy Ridge
  • Middle School: North Buncombe
  • High School: North Buncombe

Description

Don't miss this exceptional mountain land with a sought after location in Reems Creek Valley! Spanning 52.5+ acres, this historic family farm features remarkable views across private pastures and the surrounding peaks within Pisgah National Forest. Utilize ~5 acres of pastures for your dream home(s), and/or for horses and livestock. Listen to the peaceful mountain creek flowing across the pasture edge. Multiple homesite options throughout the acreage with logging roads in place for driveway options. The charming farmhouse (needs full rehab) has an ideal setting at the base of the property overlooking the clear flowing Reems Creek headwaters. The authentic pole barn adds a special charm to this property. Located only 7.5 miles to Weaverville, 7 miles to Blue Ridge Pkwy, and 15 miles to downtown Asheville. With such an ideal combination of features rarely found on the market, this property is poised for new owners to create their vision in such a beautiful corner of Buncombe County NC!

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