The Green Parker Tarwater house was built in 1854. Located on .65 acres in Warrenton, North Carolina. The home has original wood and brick floors. Wide baseboards, original crown molding, and bulls eye corner blocks. Five original mantels in the home. Updated chefs kitchen in the basement. Located in downtown Warrenton and within walking distance to restaurants and breweries. Three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 2,750 square feet. $299,000
From the Zillow listing:
Amazing Greek Revival home built circa 1854.Beautifully maintained with lots of authentic details; wide molded baseboards, crown moldings, bulls eye corner blocks, wood and brick floors. 5 origional fireplace mantels. 2 gas log fireplaces. Updated chefs kitchen in basement. Enclosed patio and garden area with 2 story garden house that”s open ait down,heated and cooled upstairs. Known as the Green Parker Tarwater House, this historic charmer is under the protective covenants of the Historic Preservation Foundation of N.C.
What I Love About The Home
The house has great features: high ceilings, huge windows and beautiful floors and moldings. It is in downtown Warrenton and in walking distance to food, drink and friendly neighbors.
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