The Pickles House was built in 1879 in Washington, North Carolina. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The stamped tin came from the old Sears store in downtown Washington. I love the porch! Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,520 square feet. $169,000 New Price: $159,000
From the Zillow listing:
Historic Charmer in the heart of Washington”s Harbor District, just waiting for your finishing touches. Officially recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. Many original features including some hardwood floors, original windows, high ceilings, original staircase, light fixtures and sweet Southern wraparound porch. Seller followed all historical preservation guidelines with the current round of updates, including metal roof in 1996, tankless gas hot water heater, fireslate counters. Special touches add character, including reclaimed vintage stamped tin in kitchen salvaged from the old Sears store in downtown Washington, an authentic farmhouse sink in laundry room, and a vintage clawfoot bathtub. Washington”s E. 2nd St neighborhood is undergoing a transformation, and this home is surrounded by historic properties in the midst of renovation. Don”t miss this opportunity to own a piece of North Carolina history.
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