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$725,000  •  43 acres
$775,000
The draw to live a more basic lifestyle is significant. Many seek to embrace the past and engage nature in a simpler and healthier way. This lifestyle conversation has become commonplace, and yet, few of the participants wish to totally abandon the conveniences of our society. More and more we try to combine our technology driven world with the pleasures of a lost time. Modern homesteading seeks to combine our work, often in an urban setting, and our private life in a rural environment. Land for animals, gardens, nature in general and a connection to the past is very appealing. Finding that combination is often challenging. That challenge is met at Resource Drive, Cleveland, NC. Forty-three ± acres, two homes, agricultural fields, wooded land, two creeks and a definite connection to the past offers a chance for a modern homestead. The property is suitable for multiple uses with a combination of open fields and woods; plenty of room for crops, gardens, animals, family and friends. The current owners have been good stewards of the property, insuring chemical free agriculture and bringing the past alive. A 150-year-old log cabin built by their great grandparents was disassembled and the logs moved to the current location. Large red and white oaks were felled and dried for two years to provide additional logs for a new cabin to be built. The new logs were hand-hewn on site using methods and tools from the last century. Actual construction of the current log cabin took two years; once the logs were stacked they were given time to settle before the addition of utilities and chinking. Approximately 30% of the home is reclaimed logs and the design is based on the original log home floor plan, with the addition of glass and windows to bring natural light into the home. Unique touches were included to add to the history of this special home. The downstairs flooring (tongue and groove over sub flooring) is reclaimed heart of pine from an old cotton mill and kitchen cabinets are 150-year-old heart of pine made from the flooring of the original cabin. Several additions give this home its own exclusive personality, the most unique touches are stones that were used in the foundation, fireplaces and the front steps, gathered from very special places; from an old home, pieces of the Berlin wall and a chunk of Abby Road. Today, this wonderful home is 2,005 sf with two bedrooms, one with a fireplace, vaulted 2-story great room, lots of natural light, den with fireplace, kitchen with breakfast area, dining room, 2nd level loft and a large deck connecting to a covered porch. Surrounded by mature hardwoods and landscaping, it definitely soothes the soul. The second home, apart and private from the log cabin sits among a hardwood grove that excites memories of Robert Frost. This charming 1,628 sf home has a garage, rocking chair front porch and two decks. With a single level floor plan the home is readily and easily accessible. It features a master suite and a guest bedroom, vaulted ceiling great room, kitchen and dining space. Come enjoy your modern homestead in an established home, just waiting for your personal touch.
$925,000  •  24.89 acres
When searching for a home there are a myriad of characteristics we seek, some more ethereal; however, a combination of quality, convenience and functionality is the starting point for any consideration. All these features coincide at 167 Black Road, Statesville, NC. This beautiful 25-acre hobby farm is the manifestation of that need for all good things to coexist. Situated on 24.887 acres with rolling open fields, a large stand of hardwoods, and two streams, use of this property is only limited by your needs and imagination. A perfect setting to enjoy wildlife, or the animal(s) of your choice with lots of pastures and/or hay fields. Located down a quiet country road outside the quaint town of Troutman, with easy access to I-77 and I-40; convenient to Statesville, Mooresville and the Lake Norman communities, and Hickory. Just north of Lake Norman, near Lake Norman State Park and a short drive to the NC mountains, it is a highly desirable location. It is also a short commute to Charlotte and Douglas International Airport. This custom designed, open floor plan home was conceived to be a forever home, built on one level and wheelchair accessible. The 4-bedroom/3-bathroom home features a split bedroom plan and emphasizes indoor/outdoor living with a sunroom, pool, partially covered pool patio, and a large stone outdoor fireplace. Inside, the numerous quality touches are evident with high ceilings, crown molding, rounded corners, lead glass front door with sidelights, surround sound in primary living spaces and pool area, fireplace, columns and built-in cabinets and display niche. The functionality of the home speaks to features like a tankless hot water heater, two HVAC units, concrete driveway with a large parking pad, 3-car side-loading garage with large storage area above, and 30-year architectural roof. The primary living spaces, living room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast area and great room all flow together and easily access the sunroom and the pool patio. Nowhere is the combination of quality, convenience and functionality more evident than the epicurean kitchen, designed with two chefs in mind. Marked by custom cherry cabinets with glass display cabinets, granite countertops and tile backsplash, tile floor, island, large pantry, new stainless appliances, and breakfast area, overlooking the pool, this special room will surely be the meeting space for family and friends. The master suite epitomizes luxury and features a sitting area with fireplace, tray ceiling, two walk-in closets and glass door to the patio. The master bath completes this suite with 2 custom vanities and granite countertops, and abundance of cabinetry, tile surround 2-person waterfall whirlpool tub, and large tile shower with built-in bench. Plenty of space for family and friends with 3 guest bedrooms and two bathrooms. Outside, the salt water gunite pool with wading/tanning ledge, built-in bench, surrounded by an expansive patio and stone fireplace provides endless hours of private pleasure, or a perfect entertainment venue. Enjoy this space year-round with its partially covered patio and access from both the sunroom and great room. The property also has a well-designed shop/garage/barn building, appropriate for numerous uses. This insulated building, with its’ own music system, has large covered overhangs on two sides, appropriate for equipment storage, concrete floor, built-in shelves, separate power meter, and two large RV automatic garage doors. The property has a small farm animal paddock with no climb fencing and water, two run-in sheds, and a chicken coop. So much natural beauty; such a great location, so well planned and built; so many opportunities. 167 Black Road is the confluence of natural and man-made beauty, with a serious nod to quality, convenience, and functionality. Come experience this rare find.
$2,250,000  •  13.95 acres
Whether you are a professional equestrian or hobby equestrian you will appreciate the detail in this equestrian estate.