Engulfed in early 1900's architectural details, this unique home places major emphasis on formal entertaining. The formal sitting room leads to private dining and kitchen spaces with a unique walk-in pantry with window. Turn of the century upgrades are prevalent throughout, with original chestnut floors lining most of the living spaces. Three spacious bedrooms allow for modern day comforts within your upstairs sleeping quarters. This property offers a unique floor plan designed for heavy entertaining throughout the warmer seasons. Later, the home was modernized with brick veneer and tile roofing to give it a very popular Georgian-Italianate flair. Originally built as one of only two historic farmhouses on Church Street, this home housed descendants of original settlers of Black Mountain. This property is one of only 54 buildings within the Dougherty Heights Historic District. Dougherty Heights is one of only two Black Mountain historic communities recognized on the National Historic Places database. Located on one of the only mountain facing lots peaking at the top of Church Street, this property has limitless potential for amazing views and modernization. Situated at the peak of Church Street and uniquely constructed on a rare double lot with side yard rear access, 124 Church Street has amazing potential for incredible eastern views of Black Mountain. Classic turn of the century flare mixed with early Georgian architectural details create a unique historic home just seconds away from downtown Black Mountain. This property currently offers a unique private sanctuary barriered by massive centenarian Hemlocks with peek a boo eastern views of Black Mountain. Pleasantly located just seconds away to most Black Mountain attractions, (Downtown BM, Lake Tomahawk, BM Golf Club). This property offers the most convenient and desirable location in the area.