Historic House Listings

Known as the most unusual house in town! Circa 1900 in North Carolina. $310,000

November 3, 2020

Described as the most unusual house in town due to the indoor pool and submarine hatched bomb shelter! Surprises me that they don’t show pictures of either one! If that’s what makes it unusual, show us! This home was built in 1900. It is located on .28 acres in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The home had new roof installed in 2020, updated plumbing and updated electric. New HVAC installed in 2015. The home has original hardwood floors and original double front doors. Five bedrooms and four bathrooms. $310,000

Contact Robin Kelly-Goss with Rose and Womble Realty: 252-435-6233

From the Zillow listing:


One of the most unusual historic homes in Elizabeth City. Known for an indoor pool and Submarine hatched bomb shelter, this home has space & charm galore. Downstairs Master, New roof 7/20, new plumbing and HVAC 2015. 6 Original fireplaces and mantles, Tall ceilings beautiful wood throughout. The hard work has been done, a new owner can continue the upgrades to make this home truly spectacular. Current Price reflects as-is. Grab this house now to make the finishing touches your own! A new sun porch, stairs and other upgrades will begin in mid Nov and a price increase will reflect the work.


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