What a cozy looking house! Love the arched windows in the sunroom. This home was built in 1935. It is located in Salisbury, North Carolina. The home is situated in the Fulton Heights Historic District. The home has original hardwood floors, updated bathrooms, and a nice kitchen with farmhouse sink. There is a basement that could be converted into living space. New roof in 2007. New HVAC units in 2016. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,904 square feet. $164,900
Contact Greg Rapp with Wallace Realty: 704-213-6846
From the Zillow listing:
Stunning English Tudor in desirable Fulton Height neighborhood. Freshly repainted inside and out. Gorgeous original oak flooring. Large living room flows into the dining room and sunroom with skylight. Pantry offers built-ins and doubles as breakfast room with pass-through bar. Kitchen has new hand-hewn wood counter tops, farmhouse sink, & efficient layout. Upstairs owners’ suite has large sitting room. Cedar lined closets. Bathrooms are both updated. Home had new roof in 2007; new HVAC units in 2016. Basement could easily be converted into 3rd bedroom. Nice rear private patio off the walk-out basement extends your living area. Beautifully landscaped with a deep, sloping back yard. This has been a well cared for home over the years and it shows. Fulton Heights is one of ten Historic Districts in Salisbury but has no HOA or rules. Close to many of Salisbury’s restaurants, theaters, breweries and our new Bell Tower Green central downtown park which is under construction.
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