This home was built by L. F. Hunter, a Southern Railway machinist. He sold it in 1925 to J. L. Mowery, a railway blacksmith. The Hunter-Mowery House was built in 1912. It is located in Salisbury, North Carolina. The home features a wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, wainscoting, crown molding, baseboards and a detached garage. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,639 square feet. $175,000
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From the Zillow listing:
The Hunter-Mowery House, circa 1912, is on the National Register of Historic Homes! The home has an updated master suite with full bathroom and walk-in closet. Solid wood floors, 2019 new HVAC, beveled glass door, pebbledash siding (rough stucco exterior finish mixed with pebbles), full wood trim throughout. Gingerbread millwork on the expansive, wraparound front porch. L. F. Hunter, a Southern Railway machinist built the home and occupied it until 1925 when he sold it to J. L. Mowery, a railway blacksmith. This is a chance to own a piece of Salisbury history! Seller has never lived in the home, being sold “AS IS” but there are no known issues.
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