That newel post is a work of art! Signature Thomas Day craftsmanship! He was a true artisan. This home was built in 1850. It is located on five acres in Milton, North Carolina. That is where Thomas Day’s workshop was located. This home features original hardwood floors, grand staircase, french doors, original mantels, and wide baseboards. The property has several outbuildings. The home is situated about 15-20 minutes from Danville, and only a few miles from the Virginia International Raceway. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,970 square feet. $439,900
Contact Diann Worrell with Hodge and Kittrell Sotheby’s International Realty: 336-203-7480
From the Zillow listing:
Farmhouse charm with uptown appeal-Thomas Day mid-1800s detailing-Stately manor meticulously refined to reflect original character but with modern updates harmonizing with Greek Revival design-Regal interior is awash with sunlight courtesy of immense original windows-Heart of the home is glorious kitchen with walk-in pantry & reclaimed period wood ceiling, island with farmhouse sink-Rich wood cabinetry topped by quartz counter tops.-Luxury baths offer modern function & comfort-+2 barns & 2 outbuildings
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