HISTORIC ASHE COUNTY NC FARM! *UNDER CONTRACT!

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

Grace and charm abound on this historic 34.7 acre farm in one of Ashe County's most magnificent valleys.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The home was originally antepellum timber and chink log cabin but was expanded to this formal home just post the Civil War era.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The 1,140 sf guest house is complete with kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths, including a separate laundry area.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The home sits on a beautiful knoll with stately mature hardwoods and expansive lawns.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The entrance to the home is a grand formal foyer with shiplap walls and original seeded glass inserts.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The front parlor, or sitting room, has an original fireplace (now covered), shiplap walls and original hardwood floors. Spacious and great for entertaining.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The kitchen, located in the original timber and chink log cabin, sat as the heart of the home with large wood burning fireplace, now with cast iron insert for heating. Notice the large exposed beams.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

This spacious staircase and entry hall define the character and charm of this stately historic home.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The upstairs hallway shows the wide expanse and inviting doorway to second story covered balcony and front of the home bedrooms.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The upper level has 3 spacious bedrooms and showcase the original hardwood floors and fireplaces.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

This upper level bedroom shows the original wood burning fireplace and hardwood floors. Each of the bedrooms have spacious closets.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The rear of the home sits beyond the fenced pastures beckoning to simpler times and the beautiful surround.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The property is proudly a part of the Farmland Preservation District. This barn is large enough for tractor storage, hay storage, or can easily be converted to a garage and workshop.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The property is proudly a part of the Farmland Preservation District. This barn is large enough for tractor storage, hay storage, or can easily be converted to a garage and workshop.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The original hand hewn timber barn and tack house still solidly sit on the property. These original buildings are a history lesson in and of themselves. Craftsmanship that has remained for well over 130 years. Both antique buildings flank the entrance to the pristine pastures beyond.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

This barn showcases hand smote iron pivot timber doors which lead to the spacious interior featuring three original hand carved log feeding troughs.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

True to the period, these timber barns were built by carving and laying giant timbers by sheer man power and the strength of their animals. A testament to the innovative nature of the period.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The pasture lands of this 34.7 acre property are fenced and include additional out buildings and sheds.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The gentle nature of the pastures is perfect for grazing livestock with additional pastures for harvesting hay for winter feeding.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The acreage is ideal for cattle, horses and/or buffalo. There are 5 drinkers strategically positioned throughout the acreage and an additional 4 spring feeders.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

These 36 head of cattle graze serenely by the large, fully stocked pond on the property.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The property extends with valley views. There are multiple apple, hickory and even a white walnut tree (very rare) on the property.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The fenced pasture backs up the valley and mountaintop to almost 5 acres of hardwood timber lands, several of which would make incredible home sites

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

The views from the top of the sloping pastures are amazing! Here the property overlooks Peak Mountain, Ashe County's highest peak, all of the farm and surrounding valley. This kind of land is hard to find. Unique and pristine, this farm offers so much potential as the rural retreat of a lifetime.

This original Thomas Sutherland farmhouse dates back to 1885 according to Ashe County records but historic documentation dates back to 1807.

Absolutely beautiful, this gorgeous 34.7 ac. property, with historic farmhouse, guest house, antique barns, tack room, spring house, outbuildings and pristine views of Peak Mountain, is a once in a lifetime opportunity! This truly unique and historic property is offered at $399,900. S150 *UNDER CONTRACT!

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830 Sutherland Rd. Details

MLS Number S150-SM-MB
County Ashe
City Creston
Bedrooms 7
Full Baths 1
Half Baths 1
Sqft 3123
Above Grade Living Area 3123
One Level Living Yes
Year Built 1885
Home Owners Association No
Qualifies for Club Membership No
Short Sale No
Foreclosure/REO No
Style Farmhouse, Log, Traditional
Exterior Vinyl
Roof Metal
Basement Crawl Space
Attic Floored, Walk Up
Heat/Air Monitor-Kerosene, Other-See Remarks
Water Private Well, Spring
Sewer/Septic Other-See Remarks
Hot Water Electric
Garage Other-See Remarks
Driveway Private Gravel, Private Paved
Porch/Deck Covered, Multiple
Windows Single Pane, Varies
Fireplace Brick, Flue, Woodburning
Appliances Electric Range
Features Barn, Full Fence, Horses Permitted, Outbuilding, Pasture, Southern Exposure, Wooded
Road State Maintained Paved
Zoning Residential
Construction Log, Wood Frame
Auxillary Heat Source Fireplace-Wood Stove Insert
Elevation Range 3001-3500 ft
Property Views Long Range View, Mountain View, Pastorial View
Water Features Pond
District Creston
School District Ashe
Listing Office Ashe High Country Realty
Property Taxes $888
Property Type Single Family
Acres 34.70
Original List Price $449,900

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7 S Jefferson Ave
West Jefferson, NC 28694, USA
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