Historic Andrews North Carolina & Cover House offer great retirement, second home and commerical opportunities

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Real Estate Agent with Olde Town Brokers

Andrews North Carolina has a rich heritage and is nestled in the shadows of the Great Smokey Mountain National Park.  It offers a wonderful place for retirement and second homes.  Many years ago it was known as Valley town.   Just a drive to Andrews and you can't help but being reminded of  a drive through the mountains and valleys  somewhere in Europe.   The Valley has a beautiful trout river, known as the valley river running through town and down the valley.  Andrews is surrounded by the Snowbird & Valley Mountains and is known for its fly fishing, hiking , biking, motorcycling, boating, kayaking. 

 Andrews  is the gateway to the Nantahala Gorge.  The percentage of National Forest land surrounding Andrews insures that our views and privacy will be maintained for many years.   The city of Andrews offers interesting history and one of the oldest and most prominent historical homes is now for sale.  The "Cover House" offers a rare chance to own an magnificent heritage house.  6 bedrooms, 5 fireplaces, original hardwood floors and trim throughout the House that showcase the lost age of fine craftsmanship.  The property includes a  modern 1600 sq ft  2 bedroom 2 bath carriage house.  The property is highlighted by the surrounding mountains and the garden yard is beautiful.   It is currently a family residence but could easily also used as  a fine restaurant with specialty shops or retreat facility.

 The Cover House was built by the Cover family in 1908 and the family operated a successful tannery operation which employed must of the town during the turn of the century.  This house was totally restored in 1995 by the current owners and sits on 1.337 acres.

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