Such craftsmanship in this house!! And the woodwork would have been painted originally. This listing consists of two historic homes and both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first home is the Wilkinson House, Circa 1816. The details in this house are stunning. From the faux graining on the doors to the marbleized baseboards and then the crown molding! The mantels are just gorgeous and would have been reeded by hand. The second home is the Braswell House, Circa 1840. Both homes are located on 2.8 acres in Tarboro, North Carolina. I’m assuming the bed/bath ratio is for the first house. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,243 square feet. $375,000
Contact Alison Rhodes with Keffer Reams Team Realty: 252-377-7673
From the Zillow listing:
Rare opportunity to own an almost 3 acre parcel containing 2 Nationally Registered historic restored homes!, The Wilkinson House c 1816 and the Braswell House c.1840 If you like peace, history and craftmanship, look no further!!! The Wilkinson House is a 1816 Federal 2 story home with double tiered porticos and Chippendale latticework railings, there are heart pine floors, detailed moldings at every turn. The home owners have updated the amenities and have walk in showers in both homes and they both utilize a shared well on almost 3 acres! Serenity in the country in Edgecombe County! Eligible for NC Preservation Tax Credits.
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