44.25 ACRES AND A LOVELY MOUNTAIN SITE. From just after the Civil War up to around the turn of the century folks used to come to the old Porter Springs Hotel that was located here for the medicinal waters that originated from springs flowing from beneath Cedar Mountain on this property. At one point Porter Springs even had its own post office. All shadows now; but beautiful woodlands, mountain views, and the spring
still remain. Gentle terrain rolls around the old hotel site and the upsloping portion goes all the way to a high mountaintop to show off spectacular views. Scenic timber covers the property; one of the old chimneys still stand and you can see the divots and foundations where the buildings were. The spring still flows out from beneath old rockwork at the head of a mountain cove and across the land and there was a walkway
down to the spring from the Hotel
Paved road frontage makes for easy access, power and telephone are here too. A pretty tract with a unique history that would make an excellent personal-use mountain retreat, homesite, or recreational property. Maybe there's even a way to capitalize on the history in some manner. $400,000.