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This thread on searching for a small homestead got me to looking, even though I'm not able to do anything right now.

https://permies.com/t/20241/homestead/land-small-house


I found this listing in what I consider a good area, with interesting pics, so I thought maybe someone else can benefit.

*Usual disclaimers apply...Not mine, have nothing to gain either way, I'm not to blame, etc.*

http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/Off-Jacks-Crk-Burnsville-NC-28714/2116191480_zpid/
 
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I like the post.
Alot of people here would like to start their own homestead or move to a new location.
This allows others to see that it is doable for a relative small fee.
 
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