Historic House Listings

One block from the harbor! Circa 1920 in Oriental, North Carolina. $339,900

August 8, 2020

Great porch! This craftsman bungalow was built in 1920. It is located in Oriental, North Carolina. The listing says that flooding has never been an issue. The home has original hardwood floors, a metal roof and original heart pine siding. The kitchen could definitely use some help and some updating. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,877 square feet. $364,900 New price: $339,900

Contact Allen Propst with Mariner Realty: 252-689-7653

From the Zillow listing:


A pristine 1920 Craftsman bungalow in the Heart of Oriental that is well-elevated with no flooding problems located on Hodges Street only 1 block from the Harbor that includes a deeded boat slip at Oriental Harbor Village Marina! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath vintage Craftsman bungalow has 1,877 hsf (including the upstairs alcove) and features original heart-pine lap siding, rolled metal roof, all original pine & oak flooring, all original 4-pane upper/1-pane lower double-hung windows, grand fireplace, 10′ ceilings with an updated master bathroom with a walk-in tiled shower! A full front veranda with tapered columns & beaded-board arches adjoining the best screened porch in all of Oriental! Spacious open deck with built-in bench seating ideal for outdoor cooking & entertaining! Formal dining room opens to the spacious living room with an over-abundance of windows that allow ambient lighting even on a cloudy day! Zoned HVAC, whole-house water softener and gas-logs in the FP add comfort & convenience! A detached 1-car garage/workshop awaits your nautical accessories & projects! Walk to your deeded, deep-water boat slip only 2 blocks away at the Oriental Harbor Village Marina! In addition, there is an adjacent 60′ X 125′ vacant lot that can be added to the home & boat slip package for an additional $75,000.00! No HOA for home, HOA for boat slip only! Zoned MU1 so you can have residential, commercial, Airbnb or a combination of any of these uses! Nothin’ could be finer!


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