This mountain house is in a great town! The Capps-Graham House was built in 1890. It is located on .45 acres in Saluda, North Carolina. The home was built by H. L. Capps, one of the town’s first mayors and owner of the general store. It could use some updating, but I love that a lot of original features are still intact. There are heart pine floors throughout the home. The home has original doors and original windows. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,251 square feet. $225,000
From the Zillow listing:
One of Saluda’s beautiful historic homes, the Capps/Graham House ca. 1890, was built by H.L. Capps, one of Saluda’s first mayors and store owner. This historic home has all the charm and character of yesteryear. Heart of pine and oak floors throughout, many original moldings and doors, nine-foot ceilings, original hand-blown glass windows and charming fireplace mantels! Located on a corner lot with an easy walk to downtown Saluda. The house is an original part of Saluda’s history and could be placed on the Historic Register. Come and be a part of this wonderful community!
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