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The Graham House, Circa 1855. On one acre in North Carolina. $329,900

July 18, 2019

Love this house! The floors are beautiful! The Graham House was built in 1855. It is located on one acre in Kenansville, North Carolina. It is situated in the historic district. There are two covered porches and a very large back patio. The home has a finished basement with electricity. It was originally built with two wine cellars. This home has been a functioning and income producing bed and breakfast. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,727 square feet. $329,900

From the Zillow listing:


This charming, two story, historical landmark, known as the Graham House, was built in 1855 and is located in the historic District of the town of Kenansville, North Carolina. It is situated on a one acre lot and it is adorned with a huge cedar tree, a magnolia, sycamore tree, and  a live oak dripping with Spanish moss. You may wish to relax on the one of the two covered porches or you may prefer the sunroom which provide beautiful views of the mature sycamore tree which shades the brick patio out back.

This home boasts of 4 full baths, 5 bedrooms, an office/library, formal dining room, and a sitting room all downstairs.  You will also find downstairs the master suite with a full bath and a kitchen equipped with a Vulcan stove with a 2’x2′ griddle and two large ovens. The kitchen also has two sinks with garbage disposals as well as a nice sitting area with a fireplace. The laundry room is located just off of the kitchen.

As you go upstairs, you will find 4 more bedrooms, two of these bedrooms include full baths and there is also a third full bath upstairs.  This home also includes a basement that is finished complete with electricity.  This house was originally built with wine cellars down in the basements.  This house has been a functioning and income producing Bed and Breakfast in past. You have the option of using this property for your personal residence or you may want to use it as a Bed and Breakfast.The furniture and accessories do not covey with sale of property, but may be sold in a separate transaction.


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