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Gay W. Hunter
Chambers Realty & Vacation Rentals
828-526-1836 Phone
828-331-0465 Phone
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MLS Number: 103319
List Price: $3,600,000
Street #: 401
Street Name: N Fifth Street
City: Highlands
State: NC
Zip Code: 28741
Subdivision: None
Area: Highlands In-Town
Lot Size: .92
Deed Restrictions: Yes
Club Name: Not in a Club
Bedrooms: 3
Full Baths: 4
Half Baths: 0
View: Wooded, Year Round, Other-See Remarks
County: Macon
Frontage: Other-See Remarks
Section:  
Lot Number: 401
Club Membership Rqurd: No
Year Built: 1931
Handicap Accessible: No
Construction: Frame, Wood Siding
Porch/Patio/Deck: Deck, Front, Porch
Land Description: Near Level, Partially Cleared
Elevation: 3501-4000
Car Storage: None
Exterior Features: Guest House, Other-See Remarks
Heating: Baseboard, Hot Water, Steam, Other-See Remarks
Cooling: None
Interior Features: Ceiling Fans, Washer/Dryer Connection, Other-See Remarks
Other Rooms: 2nd Kitchen, Apartment, Office, Other-See Remarks
Appliances: Dryer, Refrigerator, Washer, Other-See Remarks
Floor Coverings: Tile, Wall/Wall Carpet, Wood, Other-See Remarks
Fireplace: 2 or More, Gas Logs, Living Room, Other-See Remarks
TV/Internet: Fiber Optics, Other-See Remarks
Community Amenities: In Town, Walking/Bike Trails, Other-See Remarks
Fees: None
Internet Remarks: Own a piece of Highlands history! The first time on the market. this property once was home to a 9-hole golf course as a part of The Hall House property in the 1920s. Built in 1931 with chestnut paneling on the main level. This property has been home, home occupation, B&B, and now is zoned B-4. This property has been in the same family since the town was incorporated and once took up the whole block. This is the only lot left of the original parcel and contains .92 ac+/-. The home of Margaret and Tudor Hall and their extended family lived here from 1931 until the early 1990s when The Chambers Agency moved their real estate and vacation rentals office. Tudor and Margaret had a real estate office in town and were charter members of the Highlands Board of Realtors in 1956. In the mid-1990s, the garage was renovated into a one-bedroom/one-bath apartment for Mrs. Hall, who up until that time ran a boutique B&B for her empty rooms upstairs. Those rooms became real estate offices and conference rooms and were converted in 2013 into two one-bedroom/one-bath apartments. All three are leased long-term to local workforce tenants. Both levels of the original building have wood floors and the main level is paneled with clear Chestnut as the home was built just as the Chestnut blight came through. The main level has a small kitchenette, storage, full bath and 4 rooms (The former living area is partitioned to allow for the reception area.) The attic is floored in, runs the entire length of the house and has great storage. The basement has the original locust post supports. This is a property full of memories for many local people. This house was built with nature in mind, with as few as possible trees disturbed. There is a large Oak, a Chestnut and an apple tree as well as several majestic pines planted by Isabel Chambers' grandmother,
BB Fee %/$: 5
SA Fee %/$: 5
Variable Rate: No