Historic House Listings

Love the bead board ceilings! Circ 1920. Almost one acre in North Carolina. $239,900

May 28, 2020

Love the original bead board ceilings in this house! It could definitely use some landscaping and ferns on that porch. This home was built in 1920. It is located on .74 acres in Stella, North Carolina. That’s a small town out towards the NC coast. The home has original hardwood floors and original built-in. The property has a detached one car garage. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,435 square feet. $239,900

Contact Gary Chronister with Bogue Banks Realty: 252-424-2832

From the Zillow listing:


Historic colonial home built in 1922. Most original details preserved but with modern conveniences. Beautiful bead-board ceilings throughout most of the home, crown mold, wainscoting, original hardware, amazing original wood floors, porch columns, original window and door trim with rosette’s surrounding large replacement vinyl windows providing natural light galore. Very few historic homes ever have windows this size. Huge wrap around covered porch with all new deck boards on two sides of the home. There is a grilling deck off of the back of the home with a doggie door. This home features 4 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. There are four fire burning fireplaces for toasty nights before the advent of HVAC. The lot is 3/4 acre with a wired one-car garage and shop area. Located just outside Swansboro in a rural setting but only 8-minutes to town amenities and shopping.


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