Historic House Listings

The Sykes House, Circa 1919 in North Carolina. Love the sink! $145,000

September 19, 2022

This is a cute house! I love the kitchen sink! The Sykes House was built in 1919. It is located on .27 acres in Murfreesboro, North Carolina. The home features a wrap around front porch, original hardwood floors, wide baseboards and crown molding. There are french doors and a great kitchen sink. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,000 square feet. $145,000

Contact Elicia Revelle with Revelle Realty: 252-396-3316

From the Zillow listing:


This Main Street property has great curb appeal and parking, is located in downtown Murfreesboro. Although it is currently zoned commercial, it would make an ideal private residence. The Sykes House was reportedly built around 1919 and has all the charm in a historic cottage that will help you fit right into Historic Murfreesboro. This property was originally a private residence, but has served as professional office space for doctors, attorneys, investment brokers and more. The home offers a beautiful wrap around front porch, as well as a screened back porch. Entering the home, you will find a large living room, parlor (or another bedrooms), dining room, breakfast room, bedroom, kitchen and pantry, as well as 1.5 baths. There are two spacious bedrooms upstairs, as well as a bonus room that would make a perfect small bedroom or home office. The home has beautiful wood floors, high ceilings, some original bead-board ceilings, replacement windows and a new roof. Partial privacy fencing around the sides of the property and a picket fence across sidewalk. Downstairs has a recent gas pack for heat and central a/c, upstairs uses window units. Private parking on the cement driveway, barns/storage buildings, fencing and handicap ramp. The home has potential to be a beautiful residence, and it is considered move-in ready.



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