Historic House Listings

Edenton, NC! So quaint. Over two acres. Circa 1832. $205,000

January 4, 2019

One of my favorite North Carolina towns and this is only ten minutes from the historic downtown area! Built in 1832. Located on 2.62 acres. Upgraded electric and plumbing. New HVAC and hot water heater. Property includes a cultivated lot next door. Original bead board walls and ceilings. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,890 square feet. $205,000

From the Zillow listing:


This 1832 coastal farm house just underwent a complete renovation. The property is a 10 min drive to the quaint walkable historic waterfront downtown of Edenton, NC. The 2018 renovation included new whirlpool stainless steel appliance package, upgraded electrical w/new panel box, PEX plumbing, double pane argon windows, HVAC ducting, support pillars, PT floor joists, subfloor, water proof luxury vinyl plank flooring, septic serviced, LED lifelong fixtures, 50 gallons hot digitally controlled hot water heater and ADT surveillance security system. Truly a one of kind home. don’t miss this one!
What I Love About The Home
Property acreage includes the cultivated lot next door with an interior consistent of peaceful magazine grade living with w/original bead board walls and ceilings. Home is located in a very well established area that has remained very quiet and peaceful. Edenton is a very historic town and Perquimans County is one of the oldest counties in NC, with SUPER low property taxes and only minutes from River and Albemarle Sound boat access. We love visiting the well established downtown shopping area that boast coffee shops, boutique shops, antique stores, original movie theater that just remodeled and re-opened playing current new releases Another great thing about this homes location, Edenton is at the mouth of the Chowan River, where it meets the Albermarle Sound, Cape Hatteras and the Outer Banks are to the east across the Sound. We put our heart and soul into remodeling this home, and planned on it being our forever home, however life happens, so we are going to pass on a home where no expense was spared, to a very lucky buyer.

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