Historic House Listings

Love the staircase! Circa 1920 in North Carolina. $119,900

May 29, 2022

I love the staircase in this house! Spacious backyard. This home was built in 1920. It is located on .47 acres in Maxton, North Carolina. The home features hardwood floors throughout, original mantels, crown molding, baseboards and a butler’s pantry. The home even has an old laundry chute. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,540 square feet. $119,900

Contact Chelsie Johnson with RE/MAX Southern Realty: 910-544-6501

From the Zillow listing:


This rare find is sure to please any and all who appreciate the good bones and architecture of a circa 1920s Southern home! She boasts the signature open foyer with his and hers parlors to your left and right as you enter the solid wood front door. One of the parlors would make a wonderful formal dining area while the other could become the cozy family room. Greeting you beautifully is the hand-crafted spiral staircase, original millwork you do not see today from the original banisters, newel posts, and railings intact. Hard woods throughout the home, all original to the build and in wonderful condition. Two Jack and Jill bedrooms upstairs share a nicely sized full bath, take your pick for the Master bedroom, one is tucked away and the 4th bedroom overlooks the beautiful backyard with another full bath in close proximity. Upstairs you will find the Butler’s Quarters which could easily be a nice space for an office, reading room, storage or game room. Plenty of storage spaces throughout the home as well! The Butler’s Pantry is situated between the huge kitchen and parlor, also a versatile space for whatever your heart desires!Enter into the nearly finished basement, full of natural light unlike most basements! Complete with a half bath and laundry shoot from the upstairs living quarters, you will find your washer and dryer hookups here. The lot directly beside this parcel is also for sale! Red Barn/Outbuilding does not convey with property.Book your appointments today!



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