Rolling hills, pine tree forests, and untouched, natural serenity sets the stage for what this Wilkes County property is all about. Presenting a vintage farmhouse boasting an all- stone exterior perfectly sited amongst 15 private acres is this home's statement. Character and charm are in abundance, and are prevalent at every turn. Graced with original hardwood floors throughout, solid oak doors with antique brass skeleton key locks and hardware, stained glass light fixtures, and spacious rooms adds to this home's heritage and personal story. A grand living room with masonry fireplace accented with antique lantern sconces warmly welcomes you upon entry. Hosting a flowing plan, the oversized dining room can be found off the living area and provides access to the kitchen. With additional dining options, such as the breakfast area, this large dining space could be easily utilized as a keeping room if you prefer extra living space. The country kitchen provides updated â€œfaux-graniteâ€� countertops, ample cabinetry, and a complete appliance package. Bright and full of light, the bedrooms boast multiple windows offering territorial views and are penetrated with natural light. Each bedroom features it's own design, but they all come complete with hardwood floors and closets that are much larger than expected for an older home. Another surprise this circa 1941 home has to offer is a master suite complete with private full bath. With its location off the kitchen, the 3rd bedroom could conveniently serve as needed flex space, study or even an additional dining option. Designed to enjoy outdoor living, this home provides multiple exterior living options to include: the â€œpatio styledâ€� front porch, and two covered porches on either side of the home. Pastoral front and rear yards encompass the home with mixed hardwoods gracing the additional acreage beyond. If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful setting off the beaten paththis property is one you don't want to miss.