This is a beautiful home in Mt. Airy, North Carolina! The guest apartment isn’t bad either. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This is the Edgar Harvey Hennis House. It was built in 1909. It is located on .78 acres in Mt. Airy, North Carolina. The home features a wrap around front porch, original hardwood floors, transom windows, fretwork, wainscoting and pocket doors. Interesting how they used a piano to make the stove hood. The property has a small pond and a detached two car carriage house with an apartment on the upper floor. Five bedrooms and three bathrooms. $569,900
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From the Zillow listing:
Gorgeous Victorian home is known as the Edgar Harvey Hennis House. The owners masterfully restored this historic home (2017-2020) w/strict attention to detail and charm! Whether you are enjoying a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains from the wrap-around porch, the courtyard or balcony, you cannot help but to appreciate it’s beauty. Solidly built with granite foundation. The main level features a central hall, large foyer, parlor, 2 BRs, formal DR, period kitchen, laundry & a full bath with claw foot tub. 2nd level includes 2 large BRs, a kitchen & full bath. There is potential for added SF in the lower & upper levels! The Carriage House includes a 2 car garage/workshop with an adorable 672 SF apartment above featuring a BR, full bath & kitchen/dining/den w/a back balcony capturing the mtn. views. So many original features! Beveled ornate transoms, original kitchen sink, even the piano was used to create a fabulous stove hood! Ample parking for 6 or more cars! Take the tour!
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