Wow, this would be an amazing project to take on! So many original features and the lath doesn’t look in too bad of shape. The Henry L. Grant House was built in 1911. It is located in Weldon, North Carolina. The home features a wrap around front porch, original hardwood floors, grand staircase, stained glass, pocket doors and original mantels. This Queen Anne is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are seven fireplaces with original mantels, two claw foot tubs and original wainscoting. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,178 square feet. $58,000
Contact the property owner: 424-535-8459
From the Zillow listing:
If you have ever wanted to own a truly unique and magnificent historic property here’s your chance. Located 2 miles from I-95, Exit 173 on Hwy 158 East. Built in 1911 & listed on the National registry of historic places as the “Henry L. Grant House” This large two-story transitional Queen Anne-Colonial Revival frame house covered by tall hip roof. The current owner has started renovations to restore this gem. The property has a new main water line. The electrical panel service has been updated from fuses to a circuit breaker panel. The property also has new windows ( the home has 36 windows) and it has been gutted to the studs and lathing. Many of the original features have been very well preserved including the 7 fire places with mantles. Original & wainscoting. 2 original cast iron tubs, farmhouse sinks Ready for your design team to restore this one of a kind building a magical place. The property is being sold as is. CASH ONLY Please DO NOT DISTURB OWNERS. PLEASE NO WHOLESALERS.
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