568 Roland Jones Road Hendersonville, North Carolina 28792

This property Closed on 07/09/14

  • MLS#: 552331
  • Close Price: $46,000
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 1,368
  • Bed/Bath: 3/1
  • Approx. Acreage: 2.85
  • Half Bath: 0
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This Property Closed On 07/09/14

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Close Price: $46,000

Original Listing Price: $59,900

Community: Hendersonville List Date: 11/25/13

-Brick home sold as is on 2.85 acres

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Directions: -I-26 to exit 49A US-64E for 7.1 miles to right onto Gilliam Mtn Road for 2.4 miles then left onto Sugarloaf Mtn Road .3 miles to a slight right turn onto Summer road then .3 miles and take the first left onto Kerr Road .7 miles turn right onto Roland Jones Road

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Property Features

Style:1 Story, RanchExterior Finish:BrickGarage/Carport:Carport Sgl AttFloors:Other See RemarksRoof:Fiberglass ShingleHeating:Wood StoveCooling:Other See RemarksWater:Private WellSewer:SepticYear Built:1970Tax Amount:$498Inside City:NoSubdivision:No SubdivisionInterior Features:Master On Main, Wood Stove

Listed by Coldwell Banker King

Hendersonville, long known for its historic charms, is blooming into the future. The town, population 12,000, is the largest in Henderson County and is the county seat. In recent years, it has revitalized its local business scene and advanced its reputation as a place that offers something for just about everyone. With a reputation for almost perfect climate, beautiful surroundings and recreational variety, and surrounded by a sea of majestic mountains, Hendersonville is known as a beautiful, clean city, the "ideal retirement community", and the City of Four Seasons. A place you...Read More

Hendersonville, long known for its historic charms, is blooming into the future. The town, population 12,000, is the largest in Henderson County and is the county seat. In recent years, it has revitalized its local business scene and advanced its reputation as a place that offers something for just about everyone. With a reputation for almost perfect climate, beautiful surroundings and recreational variety, and surrounded by a sea of majestic mountains, Hendersonville is known as a beautiful, clean city, the "ideal retirement community", and the City of Four Seasons. A place where you can be as active or idle as you wish, Hendersonville has attracted hundreds of families looking for a gentle climate, beautiful scenery, ample recreational facilities and friendly people.

Nestled atop a scenic mountain plateau high between the Great Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains, Hendersonville is just a short drive up the Blue Ridge Parkway to Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River. Major metropolitan areas are within a few minutes of Hendersonville. The town's many tranquil neighborhoods and housing developments all surround a sturdy core - a downtown that's a unique blend of the past and the present. It's full of pubs, restaurants, museums, general and specialty stores, and other independent businesses, and welcoming to pedestrians, bikers and cars all at the same time.

Few downtowns in the area can boast such a concentration of attractions, especially museums. The Henderson County Heritage Museum is housed in the historic old courthouse, built in 1905. The Mineral and Lapidary Museum, on Main Street, offers geologic highlights from near and far. Also downtown are Hands On!, a free educational museum for children, and the Historic Hendersonville Train Depot, home of the Apple Valley Model Railroad Club. The club has installed a remarkable scale model railroad that has over 600 feet of track. (And just outside of town is the Western North Carolina Air Museum, the first air museum in the state, which features restored and replica antique and vintage airplanes.)

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