This home is a Sears Roebuck design. It was built in 1930 and was one of 50 houses built to house the employees of the adjacent mill. It is situated in Edenton’s Cotton Mill Village. Hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings and a large wall of windows! The back yard has views of the mill’s original baseball field. One bedroom, one bathroom, and 768 square feet. $139,000
From the Zillow listing:
This adorable cottage was acquired from Sears Roebuck, and was assembled in Edenton’s Cotton Mill Village in 1930. This charming neighborhood was made up of about 50 dwellings constructed to house employees of the adjacent Mill. The house offers a quaint front porch, living room, den, kitchen, one bedroom and a full bath. Highlights include wood flooring, cathedral ceilings, and a wall of windows down the west side. The backyard boasts views of the Village’s former baseball field, now a protected green space. This is an ideal way to enjoy Edenton as a second home retreat!
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