This historic treasure sure would be fun to own! The Duke-Lawrence house was built in 1747! It is located on 8.37 acres in Rich Square, North Carolina. The home is situated on a long driveway that is lined with Crepe Myrtles. Those fireplaces are pretty amazing, as is the woodwork! The woodwork would have been painted originally. The home has the original brick paved cellar with a earth floor potato pit room. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,472 square feet. $275,000
Contact Carolyn Martin with Joe Murray Realty: 252-209-6975
From the Zillow listing:
Be the new owner of this Pre-Revolutionary War Historic Circa 1747, still an English Colony, home graced with the charm of the past and sits on 8.37 acres down a long winding path draped with crepe myrtles. Known as the Duke-Lawrence House, Northampton County, NC, it still has your brick paved cellar and earth floor potato pit room. All you history buffs will appreciate the authenticity and charm when you step back in time entering the front door.
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