Such an interesting property! Native American and Civil War artifacts have been found on the property. The owner found a pipe in her flower bed. It was built by the founder of Hibriten Furniture in 1930. Located on 1.7 acres in Lenoir, North Carolina. It’s a piece of Lenoir history. There is a circular driveway and a detached two car garage. The home has two master suites. There are original hardwood floors. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,079 square feet. $379,900
From the Zillow listing:
This historic home owns a special place in the furniture history of Lenoir. It was built in 1930 by the founder of Hibriten Furniture. House guests have included the Broyhill’s, Bernhardt’s and Kincaid’s. The home has original horse hair plaster throughout. Large 1.7 acre lot that houses years of buried treasures from the Civil War and Native American artifacts. Current owner found a Native American pipe buried in one of their flower beds. Double circular driveway, detached 2 car garage, secluded back yard, cute potting shed and a porte-cochere adjoining the front entrance terrace. 2 master bedroom suites plus 1 large bedroom with original fireplace, 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths & 3 fireplaces total. Living room features 5 bay windows and propane fireplace. Original wood floors throughout the home. Numerous upgrades including granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and new plumbing and electric throughout the home. Beautiful library/study with built-in bookcases and original fireplace. Breakfast area with built-in cabinets and views to secluded backyard. This is your opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind historical home that is rich in North Carolina furniture history.
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