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  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
  • The owner/builders of this home used post and beam construction so they could feel readily connected with nature and with the family and friends who visit together in the space.
 
 
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MLS 536298 - 114 Mt. Hebron Road, Hendersonville, NC 28739

Approx. Sq. Ft: 3,644 Bed/Bath: 3/3
Approx. Acreage: 2.38 Half Bath(s): 2
Subdivision: Pathways Of Solomon Jones

114 Mt. Hebron is in The Pathways of Solomon Jones, named after Solomon Jones who lived on this mountain top. His love of the mountains and its original inhabitants [deer, fox, turkeys to name a few), inspired Jones to create the space he lived in until his death. He is now buried in the neighborhood, and the developer of the Pathways honored the history of the land and the philosophy of Jones.