Built in 1920. Great porch that runs the span of the front of the house. Six original fireplaces, hardwood floors, doors and transom windows. It has vinyl siding, but it is believed the original siding is underneath. Located on .32 acres in Clinton, North Carolina. 2,823 square feet. $25,000
From the Preservation North Carolina listing:
Clinton, the county seat of Sampson County, is the largest and oldest city in the county, having been incorporated in 1822. This quaint historic town with a population of 8,639 according to the 2010 US Census, boasts a growing number and variety of downtown shops, restaurants, and businesses, and is home to a robust and supportive business community with the City offering ample resources to business owners to build and maintain their business. Whether merely settling in for a night’s visit or settling down to make a home, you’ll feel the powerful bonds of community that have led Clinton to being named an “All-America City.” Take in a performance, view an art exhibit, learn about the local heritage, or attend a street festival. Downtown Clinton hosts events that have grown in attendance and quality each year. Conveniently located about 45 minutes from Fayetteville on Hwy 24.
Architectural & Historical Information
This spacious, two-story house built in 1920 features a full length porch and attached port cochere, with six original fireplaces, front door and transom, hardwood floors, large central hall on both stories, built-in china cabinet in the dining room, and some original two-over-two windows. The house has been covered with vinyl siding, but may retain some of the original siding beneath. The house has seven spacious, bright and airy rooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen.
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