Rick Border

Rick Border

Broker
ERA Sunburst Realty
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Rick Border

Rick Border

Broker
ERA Sunburst Realty

128 Timothy Lane, Waynesville, NC 28786

$439,000
3 BED | 3.5 BATH | 3565 SQ FT
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$439,000
3 BED | 3.5 BATH | 3565 SQ FT

128 Timothy Lane, Waynesville, NC 28786


MLS#: 3162000

Truly custom home in Waynesville 3 Bedroom 3.5 Bath with a pond next to Sulphur Springs Park minutes from town. 10' ceilings, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen w/ gas cooktop,double ovens,bar seating,and lots of cabinet/counter space. Kitchen open to large family room w/stone FP perfect for entertaining. Large patio with entrances to Family room and DR with a waterfall and fire pit. Formal LR,DR,and large office on main level.Large master suite with sitting area,2 person jacuzzi tub,and walk-in closet.2 car gar plus RV parking.
Area Description
Historic Waynesville NC

About 25 miles from Asheville is the quaint town of Waynesville with many things to do. Its downtown has a surprising number of fine galleries and specialty shops. There are many things to do and special events to enjoy. Along with the popular Mast General Store, there are about a dozen galleries and a variety of antique shops, home furnishing centers and gift shops. Waynesville is Haywood County's oldest town with over a century of experience as a quaint mountain retreat. Even before the railroad made it easy to get here, visitors flocked to Waynesville for the cool, clean air, clean water, outstanding scenery and an opportunity to escape sweltering cities. It's one of our Top 10 Civil War Sites. Waynesville, NC Downtown Waynesville's quaint old buildings, brick sidewalks, galleries, tempting foods and old-time general store will take you back to a more leisurely time. A time when people made you feel welcome and when you could slow down and really savor the present. When it's time to dine, there is everything from hearty country fare to the local specialty mountain trout, to fine international cuisine and high-end gourmet. The award-wining theatre features a full schedule of performances. Nestled between Main Street and Richland Creek in Waynesville is the Historic Frog Level. With eleven historic buildings, get a look into what built this great town. Find a variety of shops, art galleries, antiques, and brewery. Waynesville, NC Folkmoot U.S.A. attracts entertainers from all over the world and features two free events in downtown each July (See our Folkmoot Guide). The Museum of North Carolina Handicrafts is housed in the historic Shelton House. It showcases distinctive art, handicrafts, and furniture created by North Carolina artists, including intricate woodworking, weaving, quilting, pottery, dolls, a Native American room, and many other artifacts. The house, an excellent example of a typical Charleston-style farmhouse of the era, was built in 1875 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. On four Friday nights in the summer, come down for the Mountain Street Dances. Put on your clogging & square dancing shoes and enjoy an old-fashioned mountain hoe down in front of the Historic Courthouse. To celebrate the Christmas season, Holly Days is the first weekend of December, starting with the Art After Dark on Friday evening and ending with the parade on Monday night. The second Saturday night of December is A Night Before Christmas, an old-fashioned celebration with caroling, wagon rides, Bethlehem market place and luminaries.
Directions
West Waynesville, get on 23/74W. get off at exit 100, at bottom of ramp go left Eagles Nest Rd, at traffic light turn left onto Sulphur Springs Rd, go 4/10 mile, turn left onto Sloan Dr, turn right onto Timothy Lane, 3rd house on Left.

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