I love that front door! Wish we had more pictures though! The Dr. Nicholas G. Moore house was built in 1904. Located on 1.22 acres in Mooresville, North Carolina. There are four working fireplaces in the home. Updated plumbing and electric. They left the original wiring in the attic so it can be viewed. Pretty cool restoration job at this house! The original claw foot tub from 1904 is in the master bathroom. Original heart pine floors throughout the house. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,260 square feet. $325,000
From the Zillow listing:
Own a piece of Mooresville history! This was the home of Dr. Nicholas G. Moore. Many features of this home have been restored to their original beauty. When possible original materials have been used to rebuild the chimney. Updates include multi zone gas furnace and electric AC in 2016. New plumbing and fixtures in 2012, all lead and copper pipes were removed. New electrical wiring 2012, original wiring still in attic to view, not active. The screened back porch was rebuilt 2017 with new metal roof. The back staircase was restored 2014. The original claw foot bathtub from 1904 is in master bath with new plumbing! The heart of pine floors have been sanded and reinforced. The kitchen has solid wood cabinets with soft close drawers and butcher block counters. There are 4 working fireplaces with two new flues with copper caps. There are still more projects that could be done, for this reason the seller will make no additional repairs. CARVED WALNUT CHANDELIER in parlor DOES NOT CONVEY!
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