Historic House Listings

Gorgeous floors! Historic Edenton, NC. Circa 1899. $219,000

January 8, 2019

One of the cotton mill village’s original homes. Built in 1899 in the waterfront town of Edenton, North Carolina. Within walking distance of the historic downtown. Wood floors throughout and bead board walls and ceilings. Love the sunroom on the back of the house. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,100 square feet. $219,000

From the Zillow listing:


This is a rare opportunity to find a three bedroom home in the Edenton Cotton Mill Village! Built in 1899, it is one of the larger original homes in the village. From this prime location, you can sit on the front porch and enjoy views of the village green directly across the street. It is a center hall plan with 9′ ceilings both downstairs and up. The character of the home is obvious with wood floors throughout and bead board walls and ceilings in the halls and two upstairs bedrooms. A pair of interior chimneys in the living room and dining room extends to one of the bedrooms upstairs. The bathrooms and kitchen have been updated, and a sunroom has been added to the back of the home. This cozy spot overlooks the nice back yard and joins a small back porch and patio with fountain. The Edenton Cotton Mill is in Edenton’s historic district and is an easy walk downtown along Edenton Bay. The significance of this beautifully restored mill village was affirmed when Cottage Living magazine featured it as one of the Top 10 Cottage Communities in 2007.

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