Diamond in the Rough! Circa 1895 in the NC mountains. $149,900

This home looks like a diamond in the rough! Hopefully someone can go get it before they do anymore renovations. The house was built in 1895. It is located on .29 acres in Murphy, North Carolina. Great area of the North Carolina mountains. The home features some original hardwood floors, knotty pine and crown moulding. They did put a mini split system in, which is nice. Within walking distance to downtown Murphy. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms. $149,900

Contact Sonya H. Reid with Appalachian Land Company: 828-361-3437

From the Zillow listing:

Discover a gem in downtown Murphy — a charming 2,500 sq. ft., 2-story fixer-upper with untapped potential. Step onto rustic floors that await a touch of love to restore their natural beauty, complemented by equally enchanting old wood walls. While the lower level of the property beckons some creative flair, it’s a straightforward revamp. Featuring 2 beds, 2 baths, a living area, and a kitchen, the space is undoubtedly livable but holds potential with some remodeling. Journey upstairs to a partially remodeled haven, barring some trim work. This space teases your imagination with 2 additional bedrooms, a bathroom, and its own kitchen – an opportunity for passive rental income or a guest suite – plus a cutting-edge mini-split system to ensure you stay comfortable year-round. Outside, shield your vehicle with a 1-vehicle carport. Located on a tranquil street, you’re just steps away from the heartbeat of downtown Murphy. Imagine rejuvenated family walks to school, visits to the city library, or delightful evenings reveling in local dining and the iconic Murphy River Walk. 130 Springdale St. is more than a property; it’s an invitation to craft your dream and cultivate a lifestyle. Whether you’re an investor eyeing rental income or a large family seeking a tranquil haven close to the heart of the city, this is where dreams meet reality.

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