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106 S TO N E B R I D G E D R I V E F L AT RO C K , N C


Land With Views in Historic Flat Rock, NC

$420,000 / 6.25 acres


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Bring your home plans to this wonderful lot in Stonebridge with views to downtown Hendersonville and the distant mountains.

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This wooded parcel boasts over 6.25 dividable acres with views!

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Water, gas, electric available at road. Grandfathered outside of existing Homeowners Association.

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NOTE FROM SELLERS: We bought the 6.25 acres in Stonebridge with the intent of building a house on this gorgeous piece of wooded property which overlooks the old bridge and ponds. I was attracted to this small, intimate and private subdivision for accessibility to Little River Road, the Village of Flat Rock and Hendersonville as well as the historical homes surrounding it. This piece of property lends itself to whatever home style would suit your needs or allowing you to divide and sell portions of it or just keeping it as a single estate in a very natural setting. I had envisioned, as a single home property, cutting a small walking path to the top, randomly installing some seating/benches and garden art where you could enjoy a wonderful summer view of downtown Hendersonville. Great people in a wonderful, small subdivision! 

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106 Stonebridge Dr, Hendersonville, NC 28739, Henderson County Report Date:

12/15/2010

Flood Zone Code: Panel Number:

X 9566J

Panel Date: Flood Code Description:

County:

Community Name: Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA): 10/02/2008 Within 250 feet of multiple flood zone: Zone X-An area that is determined to be outside the 100- and

Henderson

Flat Rock Out No 500-year floodplains.

THE REPORT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR WARRANTIES BASED ON COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE IN TRADE. CORELOGIC DOES NOT REPRESENT OR WARRANT THAT THE REPORT IS COMPLETE OR FREE FROM ERROR, AND DOES NOT ASSUME, AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS, ANY LIABILITY TO ANY PERSON OR ENTITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY ERRORS OR OMISSIONS IN THE REPORT, WHETHER SUCH ERRORS OR OMISSIONS RESULT FROM NEGLIGENCE, ACCIDENT, OR OTHER CAUSE. CORELOGIC MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES ABOUT THE LEGALITY OR PROPRIETY OF THE USE OF THE REPORT IN ANY GEOGRAPHIC AREA. CUSTOMER SHALL NOT CONSTRUE THE REPORT AS A REPRESENTATION BY CORELOGIC AS TO THE CONDITION OF TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY. CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE REPORT MAY NOT INCLUDE ALL RECORDED CONVEYANCES, INSTRUMENTS OR DOCUMENTS WHICH IMPART CONSTRUCTIVE NOTICE WITH RESPECT TO ANY CHAIN OF TITLE DESCRIBED IN THE REPORT.

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History

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106 Stonebridge Drive Flat Rock, NC 28731

CENTRAL Henderson

City / Comm:

Subdivision:

Stonebridge

Inside City:

Apx Tot Acres:

6.25

Manuf Allowed:

No

Apx Cleared Acr:

Taxes:

1289

Apx Wooded Acr:

Tax Year:

2009

Price/Acre:

Deed Bk/Pg:

1227 / 0756

Unit/Lot:

Deed Restr:

Yes

Lot Dim:

Zoning:

R-40

Virtual Tour

List: $420,000 Firm: 1257

Area / County:

PIN:

Gallery (8)

Agt: 548502027

Hendersonville

1000732

Elementary: Middle School: High School: Septic # BR: Assoc Fee: Assoc Fee Per: State Rd: No Road Frontage: Rd Maint Agrmt: Owner: Hessinger Family 1999 Trust Maint Agrmt$ : Lot Description: 2000-2500 ft. Elev. , Mountain View , Rolling , Wooded Improvements: Access: Private Road Utilities: Suitable Use: Private Estate , Residential Street: Paved Water: City Sewer: None Financing: Cash , Conventional Possession: At Close Docs On File: Aerial , Title Policy Showing Instr: MLS-Showing Service Seller Rep: Owned more than 1 year Directions: Take 25 South to Playhouse. Turn right on Little River Road. Approximately 2 miles, left into Stonebridge. Lot 3/4 up hill on left. Remarks: Located in the Historical Village of Flat Rock. Bring your home plans to this wonderful lot in Stonebridge with views to downtown Hendersonville and the distant mountains. This wooded parcel boasts over 6.25 dividable acres with views! Truly lovely home sites on this gently sloping and easily accessed land! Water, gas, electric available at road. Grandfathered outside of existing Homeowners Association. Prepared For You By: Ron Armstrong Phone: (828) 210-4920 86 Asheland Avenue Office Ph: (828) 254-7253 Asheville, NC, 28801 Cell Ph: (828) 301-8311 Email: Ron@AshevilleAndBeyond.com Web Site: www.AshevilleAndBeyond.com Listing Provided By: Keller Williams Firm: Keller Williams Professionals Professionals - - - - Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed - - - Copyright 2008 North Carolina Mountains MLS 01/04/2011 02:33 PM

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Flat Rock began about a century and half ago with large summer estates being built in the English manner by the affluent Charlestonians, Europeans and prominent plantation owners of the South’s low country. The first great estate was built in 1827 by Charles Baring of Baring Brothers Banking firm of London, consisting of 3000 acres, which he named Mountain Lodge. Baring also built a private chapel on his estate which is now St. John In The Wilderness Episcopal Church. The second large estate, called Argyle was built by Judge Mitchell King of Charleston, SC. He later donated the land on which Hendersonville was built and directed the laying out of Main Street. Many other coastal families soon followed, until the settlement grew to about fifty estates. The families of South Carolina’s Low Country came to Flat Rock to escape the sweltering heat, yellow fever and malaria, which were running rampant. Summers in Flat Rock became a round of Southern gaiety in antebellum days. South Carolina’s Low Country gentry call Flat Rock The Little Charleston of the Mountains. Most of these old estate homes still stand, surrounded by wide lawns, gardens, towering trees and white pillar porches, shielding their visibility from the highway. A few of these gracious homes remain in the possession of the families of the original owners. Many of these grand estates are now lovely planned communities. The whole district of Flat Rock is included in the National Register of Historic Places, and Historic Flat Rock Incorporated is striving to preserve what remains in this area of the Old South. Flat Rock is built around a tremendous outcrop of granite which is said to have been the site of Cherokee gatherings. A great deal of rock has been blasted away and used for highway material. The main rock can be found on the grounds of the Flat Rock Playhouse. For information on the Village of Flat Rock visit www.villageofflatrock.org. http://www.historichendersonville.org/ http://www.flatrockonline.com/ http://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/contact.html 12


Stonebridge: 6.25 acres in Historic Flat Rock, NC (unbranded)