This house has some beautiful woodwork inside! The stained glass is pretty too! The C. M. Steele House was built in 1901. It is located on .49 acres in Statesville, North Carolina. The home features a large wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, grand staircase, original fretwork, wainscoting, picture rails, stained glass, crystal chandeliers, built-ins, transom windows and vintage light fixtures. The property has an outdoor kitchen area and fireplace. There is a detached garage with living or office space above it. The property also has a detached storage shed. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 4,002 square feet. $575,000
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From the Zillow listing:
This is the notable C. M. Steele house located in the Academy Hill Historic District. It has been called “one of the most colorful and sophisticated examples of the Queen Anne style in Statesville” (see attached article). Lots of beautiful woodwork, transoms over most windows, tin ceilings in the butler’s pantry and upstairs hallway, stained glass windows, turrets and front and back staircases. These historic features are paired with modern amenities such as a gas tankless water heater, updated kitchen, irrigation system and new outdoor kitchen. The space over the garage has been renovated and is perfect for a home office.
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