A little house in the NC countryside.

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by oz in SC, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. oz in SC

    oz in SC Well-Known Member

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    While looking at properties in NC I came across this listing:

    www.homesandland.com/Magazine/Listing.cfm?MagId=0775&ListingId=7811206&

    ''Small bungalow on 3.24 acres of beautiful land is a handyman's special. Very private. New vinyl siding & vinyl windows. No heat source. Tin roof. A-6 $34,900''


    May or may not be suitable for homesteading but if it helps anyone find 'their place' all the better.
     
  2. nostalgia

    nostalgia Well-Known Member

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    Nice place! I love the country look and oh the sound of rain on a tin roof! :)
     

  3. katydidagain

    katydidagain Adventuress--Definition 2 Supporter

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    Okay, could you move it a bit eastward? Raleigh/Durham area? (I have a past in 28804.) That's exactly what I want in 2 years! Well, I'd like some heat but you can't have everything, can you? BTW, welcome to the States!

    katy
     
  4. Tater'sPa

    Tater'sPa Well-Known Member

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    That is a pretty nice area, on Oxford School Rd. Just past Rock Barn Rd. in Catawba County. Fairly close to cities of Hickory going west and Statesville going east, Taylorsville is north and Newton/Conover is to the south.
    I've seen the place many times but don't know much about the house & property itself. We don't live to far from that area.
    :)