88 Stoney Fork Road Barnardsville, North Carolina 28709
88 Stoney Fork Road

This property Closed on 05/24/19

  • MLS#: 3465407
  • Close Price: $155,000
  • Approx. Acreage: 10.970
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This Property Closed On 05/24/19

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Close Price: $155,000

Original Listing Price: $149,900

Community: Barnardsville List Date: 01/15/19

Nice 10.97 acre lot with building site. There are currently 6 mobile homes on the property. The seller is giving a $3000 allowance with an acceptable offer toward the removal cost. Priced below tax value and appraisal.

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Directions: 19/23 N (I-26W) to exit 15. Turn right at stop. Turn right on Dillingham Road. Approx. 5.5 miles turn right on Stoney Fork Road. Property on left.

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Property Features

Water: Well Installed
Sewer: Septic Installed
Street: Road
Subdivision: None
Lot Description: Level, Mountain View, Open/Cleared, Paved Frontage, Private, Sloping, Wooded, Year Round View

Listed by Century 21 Mtn Lifestyles N

Ten miles northeast of Weaverville is the bucolic community of Barnardsville, set amidst rolling hills, pastures and mountain farms. Like Weaverville, it's home to both folks who enjoy a relaxed environment and a substantial number of professional artists.

Barnardsville was once a town, but the residents decided to go unincorporated in 1970. As it shed its municipal government, it found other ways to build community connections.

A local association coalesced and founded the Big Ivy Community Center, which has evolved into a vibrant hub of activity. a...Read More

Ten miles northeast of Weaverville is the bucolic community of Barnardsville, set amidst rolling hills, pastures and mountain farms. Like Weaverville, it's home to both folks who enjoy a relaxed environment and a substantial number of professional artists.

Barnardsville was once a town, but the residents decided to go unincorporated in 1970. As it shed its municipal government, it found other ways to build community connections.

A local association coalesced and founded the Big Ivy Community Center, which has evolved into a vibrant hub of activity. The center hosts a library, preschool and swimming pool, and provides space for an array of gatherings, events and services, including a pre-school, after-school programs, a community library, a book club, senior lunches, bingo bouts, computer classes, and yoga and zumba sessions. The space is also available for rent, and is used for workshops, reunions, birthday parties, weddings and other special events. Every October, the center hosts Mountain Heritage Day, featuring local cuisine, crafts, music and exhibitions on traditional mountain living.

The center's grounds are also home to the Big Ivy Historical Park, which is dedicated to preserving local heritage. The centerpiece of the park is the pre-Civil War cabin of Henry Carson, grandson of the community's founding family, the Dillinghams. There's also a replica of a one-room schoolhouse that was built in the 1890s.

Barnardsville is in a part of Buncombe that's full of farms, so fresh, local food is literally a part of the landscape. There are several community-supported agriculture options, and weekly farmer's markets at the Old Barnardsville Fire Station, so residents often buy their produce from their neighbors.

Community Amenities

  • Children's Programs
  • Community Open Space
  • Wellness/Fitness Center
  • Outfitter/River Pro
  • Swimming Pool
  • Walking/Hiking Trails

Nearby Activities

  • Running
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Mountain Biking/Cycling
  • Swimming
  • Art/Culture
  • Kids Camp
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