Historic House Listings

“Elgin”, Circa 1827. On 300 acres in North Carolina. Has two elevators! $3,775,000

January 18, 2021

What a beautiful estate! Pretty amazing! Elgin was built in 1827. It is located on 300 acres in Macon, North Carolina. There is a cabin on the property that dates back to 1790. It has been updated with HVAC and would make a great guest cottage or caretaker’s cottage. The home has amazing crown molding, mantels, hardwood floors, solid wood doors, and some original windows. The home has two elevators. Elgin is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are multiple outbuildings and two spring fed ponds. The cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom. The main house has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and is 5,400 square feet. $3,775,000

Contact Robert Obst with Long and Foster – Buggs Island: 434-374-2392

From the Zillow listing:


ELGIN – THIS 300 ACRE ESTATE DATES BACK TO 1827 AND IS LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES. This is one of only a few structures left of the late Federal period. On the property there is also a cabin from 1790 that was completely restored with HVAC, a three bay detached garage with upstairs living space consisting of 1 bed, 1 ba., living area, heating & ac. The horse barn has 4 stalls, 2 tack rooms and 4 paddock areas along with 2 spring fed ponds. As you walk up the brick walkway to enter the home through 100 year old boxwoods you come to the granite steps and Brazilian ipe deck wood on all porches. You enter into a large foyer, large dinning room, large parlor, den, updated kitchen with granite counter tops, all with 14′ ceilings, original windows, original hardwood floors, 4 gas fireplaces through-out the home. 4 bedrooms and 3.5 ba. upstairs and 2 half ba. on main level along with 2 elevators which makes the property handicap accessible. One of the elevators come up from a singe attached garage with apoxy floor, 1half ba., washer & dryer and heated to the kitchen and then to the third floor bedroom with full bath. Heated with Geothermal heat & air and much more


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