Old school North Carolina! The old Swindell-Lupton Hotel in Swanquarter, North Carolina. The bathrooms and kitchen need updating, but the price is right with this one! Built in 1836 and across from the original Hyde County Courthouse. The house comes fully furnished! 1/2 mile to the Swanquarter ferry to Ocracoke Island! Located on .7 acres. Seven bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,335 square feet. $115,000
From the Zillow listing:
Unique opportunity to own one of Hyde County’s most notable, old southern homes–the Swindell/Lupton Hotel. Built in the late 1830s, this historical home is situated on a corner lot directly across from the original Hyde County Courthouse in Swan Quarter, NC.
What I love about the home
This home boasts over 2300 sq ft of living space, offering a large welcoming screened in front porch complete with rocking chairs and hammock – – a perfect place for your morning coffee. Large entryway foyer flanked by a great family style dining room on one side with a family living room/den on the other. A county kitchen, one main level bedroom, full bathroom, laundry room and spacious back foyer/mud room rounds out the first floor. There are six additional bedrooms upstairs plus another full bathroom upstairs. Walk-up attic on third level with loads of storage space. The home has a large, spacious yard that backs directly to the Pamlico Sound, with a covered back porch, a large 12×18 storage shed and a 2 car/boat carport. Home comes fully furnished; appliances, TVs, Washer, Dryer, Refrigerator and much more. Hyde County is known for its excellent hunting and fishing opportunities, along with its quiet rural living. This home is just minutes from several public boat ramps that provide direct access to the Pamlico Sound and Lake Mattamuskeet (North Carolina’s largest natural lake) is just 8 miles away. It is also near (1/2 mile) to the NC Swanquarter Ferry to Ocracoke Island. You have room to store 2 or three boats on the property plus a large storage shed for all that boating stuff! Boating, Fishing, Hunting, Outer Banks Island hopping, it’s all here.
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