The prospect of living in a cabin while building a new home is a unique opportunity, especially in the highly desirable mountain area of Highlands, North Carolina. This property, built in 1900, sits on a sprawling 54 acres, presenting an expansive canvas for those seeking to create their mountain retreat.

Notably, the 54 acres seem to be divided into six plots, potentially explaining the relatively low price. The property borders USFS land, providing a sense of seclusion and connection to nature. Access to the majority of the land is facilitated by a gravel road, adding to the rustic charm of the setting.

With one bedroom, one bathroom, and a cozy 768 square feet, this cabin is listed at $259,000. The property invites you to explore the possibilities of building your dream home while enjoying the tranquility and beauty of the Highlands, North Carolina, mountain landscape. Embrace the allure of this unique opportunity, where the potential for a new home is harmoniously intertwined with the charm of an existing cabin in a highly sought-after mountain retreat.

Contact Katelyn VanderWoude with RE/MAX Elite Realty

From the Zillow listing:

Just over 54 acres of unrestricted land featuring a 1900’s cabin, rock faces, long-range views, rushing creek and more! The property adjoins USFS, and its elevation ranges from 3400 to 4300 ft. The land around the cabin has been cleared and is mostly level. The rest ranges from gently rolling to steep. A majority of the land is accessed by a gravel road, four wheel drive is recommended. Drilled well in 2002, 25 GPM per well tag. Paved state-maintained road until Little Hog Back Mountain Ln. Easy access to both Franklin and Highlands! Not all land adjoins directly, please see the uploaded county map.

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