Historic House Listings

Florence Bullock House, Circa 1910. Located on 1/2 acre in North Carolina. $139,500

March 18, 2019

The Florence Bullock House was built in 1910. It is located on .50 acres in Bethel, North Carolina. The yard shed and the man cave in the backyard are both wired with electricity and are climate controlled. The Florence Bullock House has new HVAC, updated electric, and a new roof. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,486 square feet. $139,500

From the Zillow listing:


Longtime owners (>20 years) looking to downsize are selling the one-hundred year old house with tons of charm and nice details. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Attic, fireplace in master bedroom, 12×24 Wired/Climate Controlled Yard Shed, 12×24 Wired/Climate Controlled/Finished Man Cave Shed, 6×8 Wired Shed, Privacy Fence, Extra Lot House has had MANY upgrades/renovations completed. New Roof with 30 year tiles and leak warranty (2019) Central Heat and Air installed Windows replaced Driveway added Wiring redone Outside lighting added Bathroom remodel Fence installed Sheds installed 1 Bedroom recarpeted (hardwoods throughout the rest of house) Floor refinished Paint/Wallpaper/Flooring Bethel is an easy 20 minute drive to the hospital or ECU in Greenville, 10 minutes to Robersonville and Tarboro, 20 minutes to Williamston, 35 minutes to Rocky Mount. Why fight the traffic driving across Greenville when you can have nice, affordable housing and a stress-free drive! Children attended local K-8 and high school and got personalized, individual attention in a safe environment and a great education. House is within walking distance of the K-8 school. Railroad tracks are in front of house, but they have never bothered us. We don’t even notice the trains.

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