Historic House Listings

Old stagecoach stop and inn. Peter Clemmons House, Circa 1805 in North Carolina. $212,750

March 2, 2020

The Peter Clemmons house was built in 1805. It is located on .9 acres in Clemmons, North Carolina. It was original a stagecoach stop and inn for travelers. Who was Peter Clemmons? He founded the town of Clemmons in 1802. He moved his wife and 14 children to North Carolina from Delaware. He is listed on deeds as merchant of Clemmonsville. There aren’t many pictures, but check out the size of the fireplaces! The house has not been lived in since 1995 and the heir is not sure of the status with the mechanicals of the home. It does have a new roof. Six bedrooms, one bathroom, and 3,502 square feet. $212,750

Contact Michael Ryden with Leonard Ryden Burr Real Estate: 336-577-8488

From the Zillow listing:


The Peter Clemmons house is subject to a historic preservation easement. Built ca 1805 with additions ca 1850 and 1903. Historically significant for it’s occupants as well as it’s function as a stagecoach stop, inn, and residence. The house retains original elements w/ few modern additions. It will require a complete rehabilitation. The house has not been lived in since 1995 and the heir does not know if the systems, such as water, septic, heat will function. Recent roof and exterior paint.


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