823 Crabtree Road Spruce Pine, North Carolina 28777
823 Crabtree Road

This property Closed on 03/28/18

  • MLS#: 3329158
  • Close Price: $129,900
  • Approx. Sq. Ft: 829
  • Bed/Bath: 3/1
  • Approx. Acreage: 3.490
  • Half Bath: 0
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This Property Closed On 03/29/18

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Close Price: $129,900

Original Listing Price: $129,500

Community: Western North Carolina List Date: 10/13/17

Feel like you've stepped back in time with this quaint 100 year old farmhouse. Country charm offered with 3.49 acres, quest cottage, barn , apple trees, grape arbor & a sparkling creek running through the property. Cool summer breezes with a elevation of 3500-4000 & just a short drive to the Blue Ridge Parkway and little Switzerland shops. Approximately 20 minutes to Burnsville and within a hour drive of downtown Asheville. Welcoming covered front porch invites you to come and sit for awhile.

Listed by Judy Spera at North Asheville

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Directions: From Asheville take I-26 North to exit 11 for Rte. 19 towards Burnsville. Go through downtown Burnsville and continue on Rte 19 towards Spruce Pine. Just past the Mitchell/Yancey county line take a right onto Crabtree Road. Home is approximately 7 miles down road on the right hand side.

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Property Features

Style: Cottage/Bungalow
Exterior Finish: Wood
Basement/Foundation: Basement Outside Entrance, Crawl Space
Garage/Carport: Other
Floors: Carpet, Wood
Roof: Composition Shingle
Heating/Cooling: Kerosene
Water: Spring
Sewer: Septic Tank
Porch: Covered
Street: Road
Drive: Gravel
Year Built: 1915
Subdivision: None
Interior Features: Cathedral Ceiling(s)
Exterior Features: Building - Barn
Appliances: Electric Range/Oven, Refrigerator
Lot Description: Fruit Trees, Stream/Creek, Trees, Wooded

Welcome to the mountains of Western North Carolina. Now they're yours too.
Our mountains have always been a destination for travellers seeking a setting of natural beauty and warm hospitality. Majestic mountain vistas, architecturally significant buildings, a stunning array of restaurants and shops, and a growing economy blend together to create a best-of-both-worlds place to live. There is something for everyone.

Often known geographically as the state's Mountain Region. WNC the...Read More

Welcome to the mountains of Western North Carolina. Now they're yours too.
Our mountains have always been a destination for travellers seeking a setting of natural beauty and warm hospitality. Majestic mountain vistas, architecturally significant buildings, a stunning array of restaurants and shops, and a growing economy blend together to create a best-of-both-worlds place to live. There is something for everyone.

Often known geographically as the state's Mountain Region. WNC contains the highest mountains in the Eastern United States. There are 82 mountain peaks between 5,000 to 6,000 feet (1,500-1,800 m) in elevation in western North Carolina, and 43 peaks rise to over 6,000 feet (1,800 m). Among the subranges of the Appalachian Mountains located in western North Carolina are the Great Smoky Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, Great Balsam Mountains, Great Craggy Mountains, the Plott Balsams, and the Black Mountains. Mount Mitchell, in the Black Mountains, is, at 6,684 feet (2,037 m), the highest point in eastern North America.[5] Valley locations are typically closer to 2,000 feet.

The French Broad River is the largest river in the region; others include the Little Tennessee River and Swannanoa River. The Eastern Continental Divide runs through the region, dividing Tennessee-bound streams from those flowing through the Carolinas.The region covers an area of about 11,000 square miles (28,000 km2), and is roughly the size of the state of Massachusetts. The population of the region, as measured by the 2010 U.S. Census, is 1,399,954. Western North Carolina contains very few major urban centers. Asheville, North Carolina, located in the region's center, is the area's largest city and most prominent commercial hub. The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians have a reservation situated in the Western North Carolina region, adjacent to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Wikipedia contributors. "Western North Carolina." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 18 Sep. 2013. Web. 2 Mar. 2014

Community Amenities

  • Campsites
  • Children's Programs
  • Clubhouse
  • Community Open Space
  • Concierge Services
  • Conservation Trust
  • Equestrian Center
  • Equestrian Boarding
  • Equestrian Trails
  • Wellness/Fitness Center
  • Golf Course
  • Golf Learning Center
  • Guard/Gated Security
  • Lake Access
  • Lakefront
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Outfitter/River Pro
  • Playground
  • Planned Activities
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis
  • Walking/Hiking Trails

Nearby Activities

  • Lake Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Running
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Boating
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Snow Skiing
  • Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Entertainment
  • Art/Culture
  • Primary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Continuing Education
  • Theater/Symphony
  • Golf
  • Garden Club
  • Working Out
  • Kids Camp

Judy Spera

Beverly-Hanks

North Asheville

Email: [email protected]
Office: (828) 712-8401
Direct: (828) 712-8401

Judy Spera

Beverly-Hanks

North Asheville

Email: [email protected]y-hanks.com
Office: (828) 712-8401
Direct: (828) 712-8401

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