Neighborhood: Not In Subdivision, 314 - Carter County
Check out this 1700's waterfront log cabin. Originally two log homes, these cabins were brought together and painstakingly reassembled on the shores of Laurel Fork Creek. Inside, the stone fireplace, hardwood floors, wormy chestnut doors and cabinets, take you back to old world craftsmanship. Upstairs, you'll find a loft bedroom and a surprisingly large walk-in closet. The original log exterior walls have been well maintained, and the roof has been updated with a 50 year composite shingle for minimal upkeep. Outside is a private deck with awning to sit and listen to the rapids, while surrounded by the beautiful landscaping and privacy fence. A detached outbuilding, with both heat and air conditioning, houses the laundry facility and provides for a workshop area or could be converted into a tiny home of its own. There is abundant parking in carports on both sides of the cabin with one being oversize with a 30 RV Amp hookup nearby.With the Laurel Falls Trailhead just across the street, and Watauga Lake and the Appalachian Trail just 3 minutes up the road, you may never want to leave. Experience the authenticity and real history behind cabin life. If you're not looking for a full time residence, this unique cabin would undoubtedly be a popular destination for any short term vacation rental programs (AirBNB, VRBO, etc). Investment and rental income options galore with this unrestricted and truly unique property.Most furnishings are negotiable. Gray shed does not convey. Information taken from public records, buyer/buyer's agent to verify.