Price Reduced, Currently an income producing ecological retreat, this 92 +/- acre farm includes 5 secluded cabins and 2 historic homes. Each cabin is fitted with fireplaces and hot-tubs, Conveniently located within just 45 minutes of Asheville, NC and Tryon International Equestrian Center, This estate offers 10 +/- acres of pasture land, natural creeks, over a mile of roads and hiking trails, 3 fishing ponds with overlooking gazebos, and much more, For more pictures and information, visit The main house, The Albertus Ledbetter House, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a rare surviving and intact transitional Federal/Greek Revival style dwelling located in the mountains of western North Carolina. Built in 1826, the two-story, gable-sided house of post and beam construction remains one of a few intact dwellings from the early nineteenth century in McDowell County. The house exhibits beaded weatherboard and double-shoulder Flemish bond chimneys set on flush gable ends. The interior, one of the most unaltered from the period in the region, displays original painted interior features, a hand-carved vine-like motif on the open string of the stair, and formal molded paneling which spans the facade under the porch and continues uninterrupted into the central passage.