1395 Boomer Road, Boomer, North Carolina. Mountain top home with incredible 360 degree views, overlooking pastures, wooded spaces, hay field, large natural pond and classic/historic gambrel barn, adjacent to a large reservoir and wild life management area; quiet the description. It is a image fit for a travel brochure. Located in northwestern North Carolina in the Brushy Mountains, a spur of the Blue Ridge Mountains, separated from them by the Yadkin River Valley, Boomer, NC is a farming community in Wilkes County. The community, originally called Warrior Creek, after a stream which flows through the area, was named after its first postmaster, Ed "Boomer" Matheson. Boomer was the birthplace and home of James Larkin Pearson, a poet and newspaper publisher who served as North Carolina Poet Laureate from 1953 to 1981. With scenic sites of Majestic Mountain and just minutes down the road from W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir, Boomer has all the amenities that an outdoor enthusiast would desire. Weekends on the lake, camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, boating, bird watching; just enjoying the gifts of nature. With 63.25 private acres, 1395 Boomer Road is your own secluded, peaceful escape. 30 acres of fenced pasture, a 1.6 acre pond and 2 miles of cleared trails, for either horseback riding, hiking or your next ATV adventure, this tranquil retreat can be your personal Walden. The back side of the property boarders the Boomer US Army Corp of Engineers Wildlife Management Area. Enter the property on the private road that takes you to the cottage style home nestled on top of a ridgeline overlooking rolling hills and meadows; woods, pastures and an idyllic natural pond. The 1,712 sf home has 2 oversized bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms and large living room/kitchen/dining combination. A large stone patio greets from the front and a wood deck overlooks the views from the back of the house. Next to the home is a 34 x 28 garage with available generator hookup, wood burning stove and attached carport. Close by is a sizeable run-in shed with holding pen (easily converted to 2 separate run-ins or 2 open stalls). The natural beauty of the property is overwhelming and includes several practical manmade features; camper/RV hookup (power/water/septic) near the home, underground power, stone retaining wall and steps, and outdoor sink near carport. With substantial rood frontage on 2 separate roads the rolling hills, pastures and woods are readily accessible, including the majestic gambrel barn situated just off Glen Carlton Road (A gambrel barn is a type of structure traditionally used for storage on farms and ranches. The structure features a gambrel roof, which is a design that uses two different slopes on each side of the roof to maximize internal storage space while still taking advantage of the sloped roofs ability to shed water and snow.) This structure, built in 1937 to last a century, is useable today and could be easily restored for extensive livestock use or it would make a remarkable venue site. 1395 Boomer Road; breath-taking natural beauty close to US Route 421 near North Wilkesboro, adjacent to Boomer Wildlife Management Area, close to W. Kerr Scott Reservoir, situated in the Brushy Mountains. A rare find with so many options for your individual use.
From US-421 N, take exit 286A towards Wilkesboro/Tayorsville/Lenoir; continue onto NC-16S/NC-18S/NC-16N; take a right on NC-18S; turn right onto Boomer Road; look for signs on the left hand side of the road, driveway on the left.