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Featured in county architecture book. Circa 1895. Almost one acre in NC. $260,000

July 24, 2020

This home was featured in a book about Sampson County architecture. This home was built in 1895. It is located on .79 acres in Clinton, North Carolina. The home is situated in the Clinton College Street Historic District. There are original hardwood floors, bead board wainscoting and bead board ceilings. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,740 square feet. $260,000

Contact Frank Butler with Butler and Faircloth, Realtors: 910-592-2103

From the Zillow listing:


Wonderful stately 2-story 3,740+-sq. ft. home in the ”Clinton College Street Historic District” built around 1895 with updates over the years. Featured in Tom Butchko’s ”AN INVENTORY OF HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE SAMPSON COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA” in which he states…with staggered front facade and Victorian porch built for Dr. Fleet Rose Cooper…featuring unusual newel, overmantels and beaded tongue-and-groove wainscot”. This spacious home was residential (zoned R-8) until around April 2010 when purchased for an office after a conditional use permit was approved by the City of Clinton). Grand foyer and center hall and ; large rooms and high ceilings and wood flooring. Six bedrooms/offices with masonry fireplaces and a family room/break room with gas profile fireplace. Central heat and air (1 oilpac; 2-heatpumps; 1 mini-split for the rec/conference room. 3-baths and 1 half-bath. Large Patio and a detached 3-car carport with 20’x24′ finished shop building. 100′ frontage and 328’+- deep lot. An underground fuel oil tank is no longer in use. Above ground oil tank for one HVAC unit and above ground propane tank for gas logs.


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