Historic House Listings

Deal of the Day! $135,000! The Slade House, Circa 1870 in North Carolina.

December 9, 2021

Wow, how about that porch! And how about that price! The Slade House was built in 1870. It is located on .41 acres in Hamilton, North Carolina. The home features a large wrap around porch, hardwood floors, mantels, crown molding, double front doors and pocket doors. I like the stove in the kitchen! There is a pretty sunroom on the main level of the home. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 2,802 square feet. $135,000

Contact Nancy Winslow with Keller Williams Points East: 252-813-1096

From the Zillow listing:


The Slade House, c.1870, has more charm and character than you can imagine. The corner lot is perfect for the bowed extension wrap-around porch where you can enjoy afternoon tea and chatting with friendly neighbors on their daily walk. The triple-A center hall, molded cornices, twin chimneys, moldings, doors, mantles and everything else will take you back to a time gone by. You’ll feel the history and imagine the stories as you walk from room to room. The center hall will welcome you in where you can turn right and go into the large living room with fireplace and lots of natural light. The formal dining room on the left has two large windows and room for a table for 8. Behind these rooms, the center hall has the beautiful staircase, the downstairs bedroom and ensuite on the right and the extra large kitchen and laundry room on the left. A grand sunroom is on the back of the house with large windows and a beautiful exterior door. It is large enough for at least two or more sitting areas. This house is perfect for entertaining with the living and dining room, the wide center hall, the large kitchen and the sunroom. When you take the staircase to the second floor, you’ll be on a large landing, which opens to two bedrooms and a super large floored attic. The house has natural gas available but not connected. It has a floor heater in the kitchen but doesn’t have central heat. The 2802 sq. footage is unheated. If you’re looking for an historic home with charm galore, this is it!


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