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Spacious one level home with lots of level parking. Home has a front covered deck and a open side deck. Comes furnished. Nice views - great year round access. Features a metal roof, gas fireplace, central heat and air. ... see more property features
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Directions: Take Mulberry St in Clyde about 2 miles to Stamey Cove. Turn right and then a quick left onto Osborne Rd. Home is 685 on the left when road narrows.
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Clyde, a hamlet that lies between Canton and Waynesville, can boast as its own the oldest structure in Haywood County. The Shook-Smathers House, home to the Shook Museum, was built around 1820, with additions and renovations made for decades producing the finished product we see today. The home's attic chapel played host to many storied circuit preachers over the years, many of whom have left their mark in the unique collection of signatures that decorate the chapel's walls.
The town is also home to 'The Big Gun,' a local landmark and war memorial that is the defining feature of the small downtown landscape. Another memorial, made from steel taken from the World Trade...Read More
The town is also home to 'The Big Gun,' a local landmark and war memorial that is the defining feature of the small downtown landscape. Another memorial, made from steel taken from the World Trade Center, is slated to open in Clyde in 2011, commemorating the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Clyde was given two of only around 1,000 piece of steel salvaged from the site to be used in memorials.