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HARRY NORMAN, REALTORS • Murphy, NC Mountain Real Estate

Residential Frame, Poured Concrete

Price: $382,500.00Calculator
Size of Property: 1.49, Gentle, Rolling
View: Mountain, Seasonal, Pasture, Creek

Condition: Excellent
Style: Traditional
Bedrooms: 4
Full Baths: 2
Miles to Town: 5-10 Miles
Year Built: 1998
Road: Paved
Development Name: Cherokee Hills

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Are you looking for a mini-estate in beautiful Murphy, NC? Then you have found it. A custom built home by one of the top builders in the area. Nestled in a grove of mature poplars on +/- 1.50 AC, this property has a creek with an area for a pond, bridge, and gazebo. The interior has new hardwood floors, and custom wood trim throughout. In the cathedral ceiling living room there are natural wood built-ins surrounding the stone fire. The living room is open to the breakfast area off the kitchen, which has lots of natural oak cabinets with plenty of storage. There is a large dining room for those family holiday gatherings. The huge master is conveniently located on the main.
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HARRY NORMAN, REALTORS • Bill Banzhaf • Cell: 321-217-5991 Office: 706-632-7211
252 W. Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA, 30513

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