115 Masters View Drive Etowah, NC 28729
115 Masters View Drive

This property Closed on 05/30/17

  • MLS#: 3262267
  • Close Price: $440,000
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 3,898
  • Bed/Bath: 5/4
  • Approx. Acreage: 1.620
  • Half Bath: 0
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This Property Closed On 05/31/17

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Close Price: $440,000

Original Listing Price: $449,900

Community: Henderson List Date: 03/20/17

Looking for privacy and year round long range mountain views, then this is the home for you. This home offers almost 2 acres of privacy in a neighborhood setting. The spacious back deck has both covered and open areas allowing you to enjoy both tranquil sunsets and stormy nights. The incredible views are visible from almost every room in this beautiful, well-maintained home. Downstairs also offers a deck and views, and adds a wet bar and a large recreational area or media room.

Listed by Steve Dozier at Hendersonville

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Directions: Take Hwy 64 West to Etowah, turn right onto Brickyard Road to a right onto Holly Springs Road to a left onto W. Fairways Drive to a right onto Masters Crest to a right onto Masters View. Look for sign on left at 2nd driveway.

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Property Features

Style:ContemporaryExterior Finish:VinylBasement/Foundation:Basement, Basement Garage Door, Basement Inside Entrance, Basement Outside Entrance, Basement Partially Finished, Block, ConcreteGarage/Carport:Basement, Garage - 2 Car, Side Load GarageFloors:Carpet, Tile, WoodWater:City WaterSewer:City SewerPorch:Back, Balcony, Covered, FrontStreet:DriveDrive:AsphaltYear Built:2006Tax Amount:$2351.00Subdivision:Golf Mountain EstatesInterior Features:Attic Stairs Pulldown, Basement Shop, Built-Ins, Cable Available, Cathedral Ceiling(s), Pantry, Vaulted Ceiling, Walk-In Closet(s), Wet BarExterior Features:DeckLot Description:Long Range View, Mountain View, Paved Frontage, Sloping, Trees, Year Round View

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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