Rare, historic 11,000 square foot building on 9 acres of beautiful western North Carolina mountain land. 1960's construction by country doctor Gaine Canon, who dreamed of making a 30-bed structure to be named "The Albert Schweitzer Memorial Hospital." The massive 18" fortress walls include a facing of 6" river rock, which would cost a fortune to duplicate today. Ample 3-phase electric power is wired to the building panel. Construction was halted when Dr. Canon died in 1966. The walls and timber roof were completed. Interior center section was finished for office and examination rooms. One attached wing has concrete floors; the other wing has dirt floors. Property is being offered as-is.