705 Balsam View Drive in Waynesville, North Carolina 28786
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  • MLS#: 550947
  • Price: $109,900
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 900
  • Bed/Bath: 2/1
  • Approx. Acreage: 3.7
  • Half Bath: 0
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Price: $109,900

Original Listing Price: $114,900

Community: Waynesville Days on Site: 359

End-of-road privacy & lovely mountain views close to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Move-in ready, furnished cabin with 2 BR and 1 BA plus 2 decks and family room/den/office. Or use family room for more sleeping space!. The 3.7-ac property also includes PIN #7683-76-8137. NEW ROOF IN JUNE 2013! Private get-away for hiking and communing with nature. $5,000 credit for road improvement with acceptable offer.

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Tuscola High School

564 Tuscola School Rd
Waynesville, NC 28786
(828) 456-2408 Read Reviews

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Waynesville Middle School

459 Brown Ave
Waynesville, NC 28786
(828) 456-2403 Read Reviews

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Hazelwood Elementary School

1111 Plott Creek Rd
Waynesville, NC 28786
(828) 456-2406 Read Reviews

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Directions: -From Waynesville: HWY 74/23 towards Sylva. Just past the Blue Ridge Parkway, pass Balsam View Dr on the left. Turn at U-Turn and come back to Balsam View Dr and turn RIGHT. Follow to end, stay to left, look for real estate sign and driveway posts with street number 705.

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Property Features

Style:1 Story w/basement, Cottage/BungalowExterior Finish:Vinyl SidingBasement/Foundation:Bas Inside/Outside Entr, Bas Partial FinishedGarage/Carport:No Carport, No GarageFloors:Carpet, Tile, VinylRoof:Asbestos ShingleHeating:BaseboardCooling:NoneWater:SpringSewer:Private, Septic Approval 2BRPorch:Back, FrontStreet:GravelDrive:GravelYear Built:1985Tax Amount:$663Inside City:NoSubdivision:NoneInterior Features:Breakfast Bar, Ceiling Fan(s), Master On Main, Open Floorplan, Window TreatmentsExterior Features:Deck(s), Outbuilding(s)Appliances:Dryer, Microwave, Oven/Range, Refrigerator, WasherLot Description:Cul-De-Sac, Level, Long Range View, Private, Sloping, Year Round View

Listed by RE/MAX Mountain Realty - Main St. Office

High peaks surround the town of Waynesville, once billed as Gateway to the Smokies and now the county seat of Haywood County. These ridges bring snow in the winter and cooler temperatures in the summer, and Haywood boasts the highest average elevation of any county east of the Rockies. The county has 18 mountains that are 6,000 feet or higher.

Waynesville and its quaint, historic Main Street are just part of what makes Haywood a unique mountain community. It also includes Maggie Valley, a small town long popular to visitors, and Canton, a historic industrial...Read More

High peaks surround the town of Waynesville, once billed as Gateway to the Smokies and now the county seat of Haywood County. These ridges bring snow in the winter and cooler temperatures in the summer, and Haywood boasts the highest average elevation of any county east of the Rockies. The county has 18 mountains that are 6,000 feet or higher.

Waynesville and its quaint, historic Main Street are just part of what makes Haywood a unique mountain community. It also includes Maggie Valley, a small town long popular to visitors, and Canton, a historic industrial town that takes pride in its blue-collar roots.

Where to Retire magazine named Waynesville one of its 100 Best Places to Retire, calling it the best mountain town and saying it had the best main street. It also referred to Waynesville as a "low-cost Eden." The town's proximity to Asheville offers residents the best of a larger city while still holding on to its small-town amenities.

Early doctors prescribed visits to the area surrounding Waynesville for patients suffering from respiratory ailments - not an unpleasant prescription by any means - and hotels once welcomed those suffering from tuberculosis.

Along with these health-conscience tourists, the wealthy flocked from Charleston and Atlanta by train in the summer to escape the heat, with two trains a day unloading vacationers at the old train depot in what is now the Frog Level area. A horse and buggy would take visitors and their luggage three blocks to Main Street, which was lined with hotels and boarding houses.

The recently restored train district in Frog Level has gained recognition as a National Historic District and is now home to a collection of small galleries, a coffee roastery, and a micro-brewery.

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Nearby Activities

  • Lake Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Running
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Boating
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Entertainment
  • Art/Culture
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