Historic House Listings

Deal of the Day! Being sold furnished! Circa 1910. On one acre in North Carolina. $125,000

November 16, 2020

This seems like a really decent price! This home was built in 1910. It is located on 1.04 acres in Columbia, North Carolina. The home did suffer some damage from Hurricane Matthew. The laundry room had some flooding. There is a large wrap around porch. The home has hardwood floors, tile floors and bay windows. The property has pretty landscaping and a detached tool shed. The home is being sold furnished, minus a few personal belongings. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,000 square feet. $125,000

Contact Tara Fuller Thomas with Village Realty Holdings: 252-616-1213

From the Zillow listing:


Stunning Historic Home in Columbia NC! Only .5 mile from Highway 64 and downtown Columbia. Approximately 30 minutes to Manteo and 45 minutes to the white sandy beaches of the Outer Banks! This home features soaring ceilings and windows, huge entry foyer, large rooms with a fireplace in almost every room. The owners have beautifully restored and renovated this majestic beauty. The front of the home is wrapped with a deep from porch that has seen many days of local conversation and children playing. Once you enter into the massive foyer hall you’ll know you are somewhere special! Two front “parlor” rooms (one with a panoramic bay window with original glass), a den/dining room and a huge kitchen. Utility room/mudroom off the kitchen leads to the back yard. Two very large new bathrooms have been added, one upstairs and one downstairs. The downstairs bathroom has the original clawfoot tub. Upstairs is another great hall with room for a sitting area. Four large bedrooms and a full bath. Walk up attic is floored and so cozy it almost could be used as more living space. Outside you’ll find beautiful landscaping and a storage/tool barn. Home is being sold furnished with a few exceptions. Siding needs to be put on back on home by buyer. Home is being sold “as-is”. Laundry room on back of home did flood in Matthew. If you love historic homes, you’ll fall in love with this one!


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