Historic House Listings

So cute! National Register house. Circa 1902 in NC. $179,900

October 19, 2018

So cute! Completely renovated and move in ready. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1902 in the heart of Concord, North Carolina’s Historic District. Within walking distance of downtown, restaurants and shopping. There is also a 400 square foot detached garage. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,632 square feet. $179,900

From the Zillow listing:


A charming cottage built in 1902 in the heart of Concord’s HISTORIC DISTRICT! This is the perfect opportunity to get in the “Historic District” neighborhood at a great price! Listed as a contributing structure on the National Register, this beautiful cottage is move in ready! This home has all new floors, paint and light fixtures. Updated bathroom with shaker style cabinets, bath fixtures, new tile flooring and granite countertops. The renovated kitchen comes with brand new stainless steel appliances, tile backsplash, granite countertops, new sink fixtures, and new contemporary lighting fixtures. The home is located in one of Concord’s more desirable and friendly in town neighborhoods within walking distance to Historic Downtown Concord- complete with new and varied restaurants and bars along with great shops, museums and live entertainment that is great for a night out on the town! Seller is offering a One Year Home Warranty with accepted offer!
What I Love About The Home
Move-in ready, urban-chic home listed on the National Historic Register. Research has shown that home prices in Historic Districts rise on average 5% to 35% per decade higher than comparable homes in undesignated neighborhoods. Even better, the biggest property value boost comes from districts that layer local and national designations. This is exactly what Concord has done. This is your chance to invest in a great historic district lifestyle. Park your car and walk to everything – great restaurants, shops, walking trails, neighborhood schools, terrific neighbors. You also get close to 400 square feet under a wrap-around porch and a 400 square feet two-car detached garage. This is a house that you must see before you make your final decision.

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