228 Shady Bark Lane Boone, NC 28607
Beautiful, light filled mountain home is central to High Country living, but feels like a getaway. Only minutes to Downtown Boone, ASU and the Parkway. You'll enjoy the birdsong, mountain views and gorgeous rhododendrons with over 700sf of multiple decking on .93 acres. The Main level is light and bright with vaulted ceilings in the living room w/ fireplace opening to dining room and kitchen with glass cabinets and stainless steel appliances, plus there's a half bath. The upper floor has a cozy loft library with built in shelving that leads to the primary bedroom with vaulted ceilings, full bath, and a walk in closet with laundry chute. The lower floor offers 2 guest bedrooms, full bath, laundry and a lower deck to walk out to firepit or chill in the Eno. Broker Interest.
Listing Brokerage NameAllen Tate Blowing Rock
Community - Boone
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Boone, North Carolina
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, the town of Boone offers everything you could want in a southern mountain town. Home to Appalachian State University and 3,333 feet above sea level, Boone is known as “The Heart of the High Country” and boasts a unique quality of life throughout every season.
Real Estate in Boone, NC
Boone real estate includes a vibrant mix of large mountain homes, single-story log cabins, farmhouses on large plots of land, and many condos. The Boone area has a large number of second homes due to the area’s seasonal attractions, with many ASU alumni returning to purchase vacation homes. The average sales price of single family homes ranges between $270,000- $313,344. Many of the homes on the market in Boone are tucked away on their own acreages, down many backroads or in small community subdivisions. Because of this, it is important to hire a Realtor that knows the area and can point you in the right direction.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Boone’s King Street is a favorite for residents and visitors alike. Lined with local speciality stores, coffee shops, antique shops, galleries and restaurants, King Street brings the college community and the locals together and gives the mountain town it’s charm.
Boone also offers a plethora of options for nature lovers and adventure seekers. With dozens of trails and waterfalls just minutes away from downtown along the Blue Ridge Parkway, there is always somewhere new to explore. During the winter months, local ski and snowboard resorts are a must. Snow tubing is also a great activity for younger kids and is offered at many resorts. With the warmer months comes zipline tours at Hawksnest, kayaking, river tubing and white-water rafting, golfing, and so much more.
The university adds many opportunities for art and music lovers. With multiple venues of all sizes packed into the small town, you can expect world-class performances from Broadway stars along with bluegrass musicians and student artists. Enjoy a summer full of music, gallery crawls, films, and theater at the Appalachian Summer Festival.
Boone showcases it’s diverse community through their excellent cuisine ranging from biscuits and gravy, to barbeque, to Thai noodles, to vegan food. Meet the farmers who grow your food at the many farmers' markets in town and then head to Appalachian Mountain Brewery to sip craft beer and wine.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Boone offers a variety of educational opportunities for all ages of residents. Explore early childhood education at the Watauga County Children's Council or Children’s Playhouse. Watauga County has 10 public schools in it’s district including eight K-8 schools and two high schools. Watauga County Schools ranks in the top five for End-of-Grade and End-of-Course tests and are consistently a top academic contender state-wide. Boone is also home to one K-8 Charter School, two Montessori Schools, one Christian School, and a Home School experience organization. Boone offers two opportunities for Higher Education, Caldwell Community College and Appalachian State University.
The town of Boone was founded in 1872 and was named after the famous pioneer, Daniel Boone, who explored, hunted, and camped in the region in the 1760s. Appalachian State University was originally titled Watauga Academy when it opened in 1899. It later went on to become a teacher’s college and by the 1970s, the school had instituted a four-year curriculum for a wide range of majors and became part of the University of North Carolina school system.
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