Nestled deep in the North Carolina mountains, this gorgeous historical gem of a cabin is considered to be one of the oldest structures in High County. Believe it or not, it was constructed around the 1790s and to this day, it manages to maintain its unique appearance and charm.
The cabin is located on 15 acres in Creston, North Carolina, and it’s most widely recognized for its stacked stone chimney which conforms to the expert craftsmanship of its time. It also features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, a stone fireplace as well as a loft area.
There are two ponds around the property, as well as a creek, a barn, and a storage building. The log is quite spacious as well, packing two bedrooms, one bathroom, a living room, and kitchen space, for a total of 1,360 square feet.
The starting price for the structure and the area is a total of $249,000. For a fixer-upper at a great location, this cabin is truly a restorer’s dream.
It’s worth mentioning that the area is surrounded by multiple building sites and remarkable views. It’s only 30 minutes away from West Jefferson and Boone, and just 15 minutes away from Mountain City Tennessee.