Have you been looking for your very own Country Estate Style Home with all the bells and whistles? This absolutely gorgeous 74 acre farm and home is perfect for you! Over 2200 heated sq’ home newly renovated, 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths, a barn with a finished loft space, spacious pool and deck, Out buildings for additional storage, Tractor, trailer, implements the works, this property is completely turn key!
Beautiful 74 acre Farm and Home for Sale in Chowan County NC! This absolutely gorgeous farm has everything you need and want! Located in the quiet country town of Tyner, NC this 74 acre farm is close all of the amenities of nearby Edenton, NC yet makes you feel like your miles away from the rest of the world. Built in 1991, the home was recently renovated to include an updated kitchen, bathrooms, downstairs laundry room and beautiful heart pine floors. You enjoy the views out to the rear of the property and the pool area from the screened in porch off of the kitchen area.
The farm has just over 12 acres of tillable ground currently set in soybeans, along with a beautiful grove of pecan trees to the east, there is a one acre pond where the kids can have some fun catching a few bream and bass. The balance of the property is in mature stands of hardwoods and pines complete with walking paths and 4 wheeler trails. The adjoining barn has a finished second floor loft space that is perfect for out of town guests, and or a studio work space. The other out building known as the tractor barn, houses the 5300 series tractor and has ample storage for all of the typical clutter that accompanies a busy family. This property comes completely equipped with the Tractor, all of the implements, a zero turn mower, equipment trailer, and much more. Be sure to ask for details on all of the equipment that conveys.
Nearby Edenton, is linked historically to the colonial and revolutionary era, was the capital of the colony for over twenty years from 1722 to 1743. On the heels of the Boston Tea Party protest on December 16, 1773, North Carolinians in Edenton staged a similar protest, the Edenton Tea Party, in support of American independence. Fifty-one women met on October 25, 1774, in Edenton with an agenda not unlike that of the fifty men in Boston Harbor, their shared cause being a protest against “taxation without representation.” Some of the women gathered at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth King, a prominent member of the Edenton community. The house, just off the courthouse green, was pulled down in 1876.
Penelope Barker, wife of Thomas Barker, treasurer of the Province of North Carolina is believed to have organized the party, developed the resolution, and sought the signatures of 51 women from the surrounding communities. The women drew up resolves, declaring their intention to boycott English tea and English cloth. They stated, “We, the Ladys of Edenton, do hereby solemnly engage not to conform to the Pernicious custom of drinking tea,” and that “We, the aforesaid Ladys will not promote ye wear of any manufacturer from England until such time that all acts which tend to enslave our Native country shall be repealed.” Like the Boston Tea Party, the Edenton Tea Party was a bold demonstration of patriotism and the belief in individual rights. (
Showings are made by appointment only, please contact the listing agent before entering the property, no “drive-by” showings will be permitted. The is an owner occupied home that requires at least a 24 hour notice for any showings to be scheduled, so please be respectful and allow enough time for the owners to be prepared.