This is truly a masterpiece! Ingleside was built in 1817. It is located on 6.37 acres in Iron Station, North Carolina. The stairs, the crown molding, the mantelpieces, so beautiful! There is heart of pine flooring, five original fireplaces and plaster molding in the grand parlor. Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 6,058 square feet. $875,000
From the Zillow listing:
A rare opportunity to own a true piece of history. Ingleside was built in 1817 and is considered one of the state’s finest examples of Federal era architecture. 20 minutes outside of Charlotte, the house features original architectural details that include five original fireplace surrounds, heart of pine flooring, 14 foot ceilings, and five levels of ornate wood and plaster molding in the grand parlor. whose center ceiling medallion measures more than six feet across. Some historians attribute Ingleside’s design to noted architect Benjamin Latrobe, though no documentation exists. Property conveys with covenants and restrictions set forth by Preservation North Carolina. Historic tax credits available. OWNERS HAVE SIGNED A LETTER OF INTENT THAT PROHIBITS CONVEYANCE OR SALE OF THIS PROPERTY BEFORE AUGUST 3, 2021. Interested buyers are free to offer a non-binding letter of intent before that date. Call listing agent for full details.
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