This has a lot of potential!! The Jones-Everett House was built in 1890. It is located on .57 acres in Hamilton, North Carolina. This is a contributing structure in the historic district and qualifies for historic tax credits. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. There are original hardwood floors. The home was first owned by a musician. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,490 square feet. $28,000
Contact Nancy Winslow with Keller Williams: 252-813-1096
From the Zillow listing:
Welcome to the Jones-Everett house in Historic Hamilton NC. This one-story historic home has original Doric type posts, Gable roof, full front porch, original flooring and hardware. The wide-plank hardwood floors are beautiful and in great condition. It was first owned by a musician and would be perfect for another musician with 3 bedrooms, one full bath and a large kitchen/den combo. The bones of this treasure are good; however, some structural work will be needed in a section of the crawlspace. The high bead-board ceilings have been covered with dropped ceiling tiles. The standing seam roof over the main part of the home is in very good condition with light repairs needed on the added back room. Renovations were done to this house over the years adding a bath where the center hall once was and removing the interior chimneys. There is no working heat in the home. While this project isn’t for the faint of heart, it is a fabulous home in a charming, quaint, historic community on the Roanoke River and could be a beautiful, cozy home, AirBnB, studio, retreat … you name it – the possibilities are endless. The Jones-Everett House, c. 1890 is a contributing building in the National Register of Historic Places district. Historic tax credits are available through the NC Dept of Cultural Resources.
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