This would be beautiful fixed up! Originally built by the Quakers in 1867 as a model farm to show local residents how to build a farm and to use modern farming equipment. Located on 1.99 acres in High Point, North Carolina. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and on the Guilford County Historical Registry. This home is eligible for tax credits. Seven bedrooms, one bathroom, and 3,359 square feet. $30,000
From the Zillow listing:
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY- House has a preservation easement. Sits on 1.99 acres. Great possibilities for many different commercial uses. The Quakers established the farm in 1867, triple-A roofed, L-plan frame building. It was built as a demonstration farm to educate local residents about modern farming techniques & equipment to revive their lands after the Civil War. Listed on the National Registry & Guilford County Historic Registry, eligible for great tax breaks. Convenient location near Bus. 85/I-74.
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