Historic House Listings

Curtis R. Turner House, Circa 1934. Beautiful interior! 1/2 acre in North Carolina. $189,000

April 16, 2020

Great house with a great price! Love the staircase! The Curtis R. Turner house was built in 1934. It is located on .52 acres in Weldon, North Carolina. The home has original hardwood floors and crown molding. The property has a large detached garage with 1,000 square feet of space. The backyard is fenced in with a brick wall and wrought iron fencing. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,251 square feet. $194,000 New price: $189,000

Contact Nancy Winslow with Keller Williams: 252-813-1096

From the Zillow listing:


The Curtis R. Turner House is a stately brick Colonial Revival two-story home blending historic charm with updated finishes and beauty. Walk in to the open living, dining and kitchen area with gorgeous dental crown molding, hardwood floors and large windows. The remodeled kitchen has a bar with seating as well as a breakfast nook, granite countertops and tons of natural light. The large formal dining room with fireplace is perfect for entertaining with direct access to the large side porch. The brick sidewalk and slate front porch welcome you in to the large living room with a beautiful staircase to the second floor. A cozy den with fireplace, built-ins and half bath is perfect for relaxing with family and friends. An office, pantry and large utility room are convenient to the kitchen and back door. Upstairs: four bedrooms, 2 full baths and large landing have a great amount of space with the same historic features. Replacement windows throughout add an extra layer of heating/cooling efficiency. There is a 3rd floor attic with whole-house attic fan. Outside: This corner lot has sidewalks to the downtown area, the Roanoke River recreational hub and the new Weldon Mills Distillery. In the back yard, a one and one-half-story brick garage echoes the finish of the home while adding over 1000 sq. ft of storage and potential. There is also a beautiful brick and decorative wrought iron fence surrounding the back of the property. Being a contributing building in Weldon’s Historic District, this property could be eligible for Historic Tax Credits.


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