Just over 2 miles from King Street and Appalachian State, this well maintained home rests above 4000 ft. Upstairs you will find a split ranch design with primary suite on one side and two beds and full bath on the other. Between you will find a bright and open kitchen, living, dining room set up with easy access onto front and rear decks. Basement area has a large living room, full bath, two bonus rooms/office/sleeping area, laundry, and plenty of storage. Current owners replaced flooring upstairs with luxury vinyl planks and painted the interior. There is also a 480 sq ft detached garage/workshop, stacked stone terraced garden, and tons of landscaping. This house has lots of potential and would make a great residential home, vacation home/rental, or student housing.
Boone is a quaint mountain town nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. It is home to Appalachian State University and their championship football program. Adjacent to the university you will find a vibrant downtown full of shops, galleries, local restaurants such as Proper and Wild Craft Eatery, rooftop bars, boutique hotels such as The Horton Hotel, the historic Appalachian Theatre, wonderful shopping, the 828 Real Estate office and other small businesses. The first Friday of every month the Downtown Boone Development Association hosts a first Friday event. In the warmer months there is even live music on the lawn of the Historic Jones house. We are situated at 3333 feet in elevation, hence our motto – “Live it Up” in downtown Boone! Other attractions in and around Boone include Horn in the West, an outdoor drama about the life of frontiersman Daniel Boone. The Blue Ridge Parkway runs all through the High Country. Access to some of the best hikes, rivers, waterfalls and views around! Enjoy cool summers and see snow in winter! There is no lack of art and culture in Boone. The Appalachian Theatre in downtown hosts live music, theatre, comedy, dance and more. The Schaffer Center on ASU campus brings in many shows including a wonderful line up for Appalachian Summer Festival.