c. 1902 Victorian
Mount Ulla, North Carolina
Barger Farm on 47.5 acres!
The original house is circa 1820; a massive 1902 expansion included the unusual 3 peaked dormers and expansive wrap-around porch. A rear upstairs addition was added in 1990s. Many original mantles, woodwork, and floors remain, some with original hand-grained faux finish. Many rooms feature original shiplap walls. Pretty bay window in front parlor accentuates the Victorian character.
Approximately 10 acres of open field; balance is wooded. Large ground-mounted solar panel array provides electricity. Property is protected by a Conservation Easement and cannot be subdivided. The stream and headwaters are also protected, assuring the quiet enjoyment of the property and clean drinking water for future generations.
A perfect opportunity for a gentle-person's farm, bed & breakfast, horse farm - the possibilities are endless. Acreage can be leased for farming. Brown Road was re-oriented and now rear of house faces the road. Surrounding woods create a VERY private oasis.
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||3,075|
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Recent ImprovementsThe home has a large solar array that pays for about 9-10 months of all electrical use per year. This solar panel is located close to the house, but not visible from the home.
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