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Historic House Listings

Fixer upper alert! Circa 1940 in North Carolina. $85,000

July 3, 2020

Not a bad fixer upper! This house was built in 1940. It is located on .38 acres in Sanford, North Carolina. During World War II the home was converted into apartments. The home has original hardwood floors and I love the side lights on the front door. The home is priced at the tax appraised value. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,750 square feet. $85,000

Contact Ashley Hum with Highgarden Real Estate: 919-616-5492

From the Zillow listing:

 

This Beautiful waterfront cape cod style home was built in the 1800’s with all the character still intact today. The homes rustic charm holds the future potential for a family, as it currently features four bedrooms and two full bathrooms along with one half bath. Each of the bedrooms boasts wide windows for sunlight to come in. The front of the house displays a one fo a kind enclosed porch that is lined with windows, allowing the room to feel like a true indoor/outdoor space. Windows extend along the back of the porch on one side of the house that gives a great view of Barber’s Pond. With a bit of elbow grease, this truly unique home could become your creative outlet turned sanctuary.

 

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