Quite a deal for this home! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Manalcus Aycock house was built in 1900. It is located on 1.31 acres in Black Creek, North Carolina. Love the wrap around porch! This home was last used as a bed and breakfast and a wedding venue. The fretwork in this house is pretty amazing! There are hardwood floors, stained glass, tall ceilings and original crown molding. The downstairs heating is two years old. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,710 square feet. $165,000
Contact the property owner: 252-363-1705
From the Zillow listing:
Beautiful historic home sitting on over one acre of land. Built in 1900 and listed on the National Historic Homes register under Manalcus Aycock along with a county Historical House title. Located in a small town, population 600, this home is a great place to raise a family. The home features eleven foot ceilings with crown molding and wainscoting throughout common areas. There are multiple leaded stained glass windows, an original decorative wood arch in entryway along with a picturesque stairway. It also has sinks and massive closets in two of the upstairs bedrooms. The front and back porches offer numerous places to enjoy the outdoors. New cement path leading to street and driveway, including a pad in front of the garage. Featuring original fireplaces in five rooms with exquisite mantelpieces, an original bar which could be used as office, and a butlers pantry. The duct work is completed in the full size attic, so heat and cooling capable. The yard has old growth trees and shrubs, including dogwoods, beech trees, camellia bushes, azaleas bushes, and rose bushes. The historic designation entitles the home to 50% off county taxes. The downstairs heating system is two years old. Attic floor and second floor have extra insulation.
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