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3815 Old Birds Creek Rd SEVIERVILLE, TN 37876; $399,900; 3 BR; 2 full BA; 1 ½BA; 3270 sf;
Own a piece of History! Amazing creek front home on the historical site of the Pokeberry Post Office with 3.42 acres close to the Arts and Crafts Community of Gatlinburg. This large home is a rare find with over 500 feet of frontage on Birds Creek, pond and a large flat yard perfect for family gatherings, parties or beautiful creek side weddings. On the main floor you find a gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances, formal dining room, laundry room, half bath, large living room with wood burning fireplace and recreation area with pool table and flat screen TV. The second floor contains a large master bedroom with views of the creek and pond, master bath, two guest rooms and full bath with dual vanities. The upper level consists of two large bonus rooms currently used as extra sleeping space but would make perfect office, craft or media rooms. This beautiful property is easy to access with no steep mountain roads and has plenty of outside parking and a two car garage. Perfect for a permanent residence, vacation home, overnight rental or bed and breakfast. One year home warranty with acceptable offer. See virtual tour link for more pictures.
Offered by Autumn and David Hackney of Prime Mountain Properties
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