114 Mt Hebron Road in Hendersonville, North Carolina 28739
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  • MLS#: 536298
  • Price: $700,000
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 3,644
  • Bed/Bath: 3/3
  • Approx. Acreage: 2.38
  • Half Bath: 2
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Price: $700,000

Original Listing Price: $825,000

Community: Henderson Days on Site: 525

Fabulous custom Post & Beam home in upscale gated community! Custom wood work through out, private/expansive master suite on main level, light & bright open great room and spacious gourmet kitchen. The lower level offers a 2nd master suite, spacious family room, game/rec/media room and plenty of storage space. The screened porch and expansive decking are great for entertaining. Enjoy the natural and private setting this home has to offer.

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Listed by Lee Stepp and Sonny Iler at Hendersonville

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East Henderson High School

110 Old Upward Rd
East Flat Rock, NC 28726
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Flat Rock Middle School

191 Preston Lane
East Flat Rock, NC 28726
(828) 697-4775 Read Reviews

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Atkinson Elementary School

2510 Old Kanuga Rd
Hendersonville, NC 28739
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Directions: Church St to right on Kanuga. Kanuga to right on Price, left on Willow Rd. Right into Champion Hills, straight at 4-way stop. Left into Pathways on Gateway Dr, Straight onto Indian Cave Park, left on Village Springs Ln, 1st right onto Solomon Circle, becomes Mt Hebron, 1st drive on left. no sign.

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Property Features

Style:1 Story w/basement, Arts and CraftsExterior Finish:Fiber Cement Siding, StoneBasement/Foundation:Bas Full Part Finished, Bas Inside/Outside EntrGarage/Carport:Garage Dbl MainFloors:Carpet, Tile, WoodRoof:Architectural ShingleHeating:Gas Forced AirCooling:CentralWater:CitySewer:SepticPorch:Back, ScreenedStreet:PavedDrive:PavedYear Built:2006Tax Amount:$3889Association Fee:$1000 / YEARDocs On File:Aerial, Deed Restrictions, Res. Prop DisclosureInside City:NoSubdivision:Pathways Of SolomonInterior Features:2 Master Bedrooms, Alarm System, Ceiling Fan(s), Fireplace(s), Formal Dining Rm, Master On Main, Open Floorplan, Skylight(s), Walk-In Closet(s)Appliances:Cooktop, Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Oven/Range, Refrigerator, WasherLot Description:2000-2500 ft. Elev., Gated Community, Private, Trees

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About the community.

PATHWAYS OF SOLOMON JONES

The story begins; “ A neighborhood on a road less traveled”. A man named Solomon Jones moved to the mountain top, now known as the Pathways of Solomon Jones. The love of the mountains, the respect of the land and it’s original habitants [deer, fox turkeys and more, inspired Solomon Jones to create the space he lived in until his death. He created the roads that connected the upstate area of South Carolina to the mountains of North Carolina.

The developer of the Pathways devoted his time and expertise to create a neighborhood that honored the history of the land and the philosophy of Solomon Jones. The land was platted to have the least impact on land use as the spaces for homes for created. A lot of attention and detail was invested to maintain the natural habitat. For example water features were created to enhance the natural flow and natural stone was used to line the shoulders of the roads.

Almost to the top of the neighborhood is the original home of Solomon Jones and his final resting place. All have been preserved to honor and respect his legacy.

If you are looking for mountain living with casual elegance, a choice to live in nature or have a more formal look, a perfect space to walk about then look no further.

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Conveniences

Airport: Within 15 miles Food/Dining: Within 5 miles Gas/Grocery: Within 5 miles Hospital: Within 10 miles Interstate: Within 15 miles Entertainment: Within 5 miles

With a diverse population of people from all walks of life, Henderson County opens up opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Whether you are young, have children or are ready for retirement, Henderson County is the perfect location for enjoying life.

Henderson County is a county in North Carolina's Mountain region, but is characterized by an extensive plateau along the French Broad and Mills River valleys. The lowest point in the county is at approximately 1,200 feet along the Rocky Broad River and the high point is located on Young at...Read More

With a diverse population of people from all walks of life, Henderson County opens up opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Whether you are young, have children or are ready for retirement, Henderson County is the perfect location for enjoying life.

Henderson County is a county in North Carolina's Mountain region, but is characterized by an extensive plateau along the French Broad and Mills River valleys. The lowest point in the county is at approximately 1,200 feet along the Rocky Broad River and the high point is located on Young Pisgah Mountain at approximately 5,200 feet. Population is approximately 106,000 in the county.

Henderson County currently has five incorporated towns/cities: Hendersonville, Fletcher, Flat Rock, Laurel Park and Mills River. Of these, only Hendersonville, the county seat, possesses the typical characteristics of a dense urban center with significant population. Mills River recently became a town.

Apples have been the traditional agricultural crop in Henderson County, especially since World War II, but are today being superseded by land development (for housing and light industrial development). However, the tradition of honoring the local apple industry persists in the county's annual Apple Festival, held each year around Labor Day, and culminating in the "King Apple Parade" attended by tens of thousands of spectators. To learn more about Henderson County visit thier Chamber of Commerce Website

Community Amenities

Nearby Activities

  • Lake Fishing
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling

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Beverly-Hanks & Associates

Hendersonville

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