Quite a deal! How about those original light fixtures and the pocket doors! This home was built in 1920. It is located on .59 acres in Farmville, North Carolina. This home was built for Joseph Warren Parker. He was a local merchant, farmer and was the town alderman. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Six bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 4,000 square feet. $169,900
From the Zillow listing:
Unique 6 bedroom uncut gem in the heart of Farmville’s historic district. This home has been very well preserved, and is priced to allow you to develop it into your ideal family home, bed and breakfast, or other creative use. The national register of historic places offers a great description for this home: Joseph Warren Parker house, brick veneered, double pile, center hall plan Neoclassical revival house with slate hip roof; five bay facade spanned by monumental tetrastyle Doric portico with banded frieze and roof balustrade; one story porch on west elevation echoed by porte cochere on east; one story rear wings flank small porch; main and east entrances have transoms and crossette pattern sidelights; said to have been built for Joseph Warren Parker, a local merchant and farmer, who also served as a town alderman.
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