As you travel the curved uphill driveway bordered by a stone wall draped with azalea blooms in the spring, you'll realize this is a special place. It is featured in the publication “Stanly County: The Architectural Legacy of a Rural North Carolina County".
You’ll find the hardwoods, fruit trees, and grapevines on the property add to its southern charm.
Many updates and additions exist throughout the home, including heating/cooling, roof, etc. The kitchen features a breakfast nook surrounded by windows, as well as a wet bar.
A brick walkway from the back leads you to the well-house, containing the well and hookups for the washer and dryer, as well as additional storage. The slate path brings you to the patio garden surrounded by purple phlox, shaded by dogwoods - a great place to entertain.
The property features two additional buildings, including a two-story 2880 sf ½ bath with a wrap-around porch and a barn/workshop in the back with a covered open outside working area.