Historic House Listings

Porch Goals! The Mason Baker House, Circa 1885 in Bath, North Carolina. $325,000

June 24, 2020

What a beautiful home! Love that wrap around porch! This home was built in 1885. It is located in the waterfront town of Bath, North Carolina. The Masons’ originally owned the home until the Baker’s purchased it in 2003 and restored the old home. There are beautiful hardwood floors and bead board walls and ceilings! The home has updated plumbing, HVAC, electric and a new roof. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,049 square feet. $325,000

Contact Gail Kenefick with Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers: 252-558-0254

From the Zillow listing:


The Mason Baker House located in the heart of historic Bath NC. CIRCA 1885. The Masons’ owned the original home until the Bakers’ purchased in 2003. The Bakers saw the potential and had the vision to transform the ”old” house into an elegant, charming Southern home. The kitchen was detached from the house. A new and modern kitchen was added to the main house. The house was completely renovated with new electrical, plumbing, roof, HVAC. Redesigned the living spaces creating a large open great room and adding a fireplace with gas logs. The original house only had wood stoves. Created a beautiful dining room, expanded the bay windows, keeping the original windows. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The sitting porch wraps around the front of the house. The ideal place to watch the sunsets over Bath Creek, and enjoy the simple pleasures of small town living. Beautifully maintained grounds with flower gardens, picket fence around the rear of the house. Large backyard with areas for outdoor dining. A 16 x 16 workshop or storage building. Featured by Bath’s Historic Home Tour. Old but New Historic Home located in Bath, the oldest incorporated town in North Carolina and the state’s first port. Within walking distance of St.Thomas Episcopal (oldest church building in NC).


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