Historic 2,244 sq.ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with formal dining room, 9′3″ ceilings and hardwood floors. Attached porte cochere and detached single-car garage. Wrap around porch/veranda. Sunporch and open floor plan with large eat-in kitchen. Permanent stairs to partially finished attic not counted as livable space. The possibilities are endless with these two bonus rooms and a half bath which could be renovated for the kids, office, craft room, additional storage or more!
The house has been stabilized with a new roof using 30-year architectural shingles, electric with underground wiring and a repaired porte cochere with a new roof. As the house is not completely ready to move in yet, we will provide cost estimates for work still needed to be finished. Architectural blueprints, estimates and designer plans for kitchen and bath renovations and assistance to make application for funding and completing the NC Historic Tax Credits offering 15% tax savings are available.
The front of the house contains handsome rustic Stick Style detail and is supported by massive granite pillars connected by a chain railing. This railing continues along the south elevation connecting the pedestals of the uncovered terrace. The same granite pillars support the porte cochere which has molded projecting rafters. Completing the house’s rustic charm are stuccoed walls, king post truss work, a massive granite chimney and central entrance door with battered casing which tapers inward toward the top of the door. The living room and dining room exhibit Arts and Crafts style woodwork and finishes, while the bedrooms and hallway feature Colonial Revival style woodwork. Work still needing to be done includes:
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