Ask Deryl Hoyt
This property has the potential to be a Bed and Breakfast or Wedding Venue or Country Get-A-Way or Family Reunion Destination. This home was built in 1910 and still has some of the original features. Beautiful oak trees surround it and makes the perfect place to sit in the yard and watch deer, white tail dove, hummingbirds and lots of other species come and drink from the water from the large windmill. The front porch is waiting on some rocking chairs and sweet tea to sit and relax and enjoy the country life. There are 2 wells on the property one of which the owner tells us pumps 100 gals of water per minute. There is also a 4000 sq. ft. barn that at one time was used for raising turkeys and later became a metal working shop. Then barn could be turned into a great place for receptions or event area. The kitchen has cabinets original to the home and is large enough for an eat in kitchen, but there is a beautiful dining room with a fireplace and lots of windows next to the kitchen. Pocket doors also original to the home separate the den from the dining room and again lots of windows. The living room is bright and airy and opens to hall where a half bath is located. The two bedrooms downstairs both have fireplaces, and one has a large dressing room with a sink and attached to a large full bath that is also accessed from the laundry room. The staircase leads to 2 bedrooms and a full bath upstairs. These rooms remind of children playing and having great places to explore and have private areas to have tea parties or have great sleepovers. There is lots of possibilities for this property and enough room to make them a reality. It is located 3 blocks off of Hwy. 16 but feels like you are out in the country. Furnishings in the home are negotiable.