This is known as the Wheeler house and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tyler Wheeler was chief executive officer of a local mercantile firm. The Wheeler House was built in 1907. It is located on .68 acres in Scotland Neck, North Carolina. The home has a beautiful, hand carved mantel. There are original hardwood floors, french doors, original door hardware, tall ceilings and stained glass windows. I think I would change some of the color choices. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,232 square feet. $119,450
Contact Kathryn Strickland with The Pointe Realty Group: 252-515-3842
From the Zillow listing:
Beautiful historical home! Referred to as the “Wheeler House” this Queen Anne/Colonial Revival-Style house was built by Tyler Wheeler, chief executive officer, local general mercantile firm in Scotland Neck. On the National Register of Historic Places , owner has kept the integrity of the home but has made updates. One can only envision the life style of the Wheeler family as they made this their home. The home takes your breath away as you enter the grand foyer. Foyer is decorated with a fireplace, stain glass windows,ornate detail, & grand staircase. Original double french interior doors have beveled glass & original door knobs. The living room features a hand carved fireplace.12′ ceilings, & ornate woodwork in all rooms & several full length windows. Kitchen has a vaulted ceiling w/ open beams. Wrap around porch, full length windows.
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