Historic House Listings

I really like this one! Circa 1938 in Winston Salem, North Carolina. $240,000

November 28, 2022

I love the room with all of the bookshelves! This home was originally built as a church parsonage. The home was built in 1938. It is located on .31 acres in Winston Salem, North Carolina. The home features a large wrap around front porch, beautiful hardwood floors, wainscoting, crown molding, lots of built-in bookshelves and an updated kitchen. Three bedrooms and one bathroom. $240,000

Contact Neva Kiser with Kiser Realty of North Carolina

From the Zillow listing:


A diamond in the rough describes this 1938 charmer. Orignally built as a church parsonage, one family has occupied this home since construction.Remodeling took place with the latest work approximately six years ago in the kitchen & bathroom. Originally four bedrooms, one bedroom was taken out to allow for a larger den/living area. Back when wall to wall carpet was the thing & hardwood floors were just floors, carpet was added in the late 50’s. Carpet removed last week to reveal the original flooring; it continues to have character and could be beautiful. Vinyl was added in the original den and hallway. The dining room was used on a regular basis. With the combined living room and kitchen, this home easily accommodated all the family. The garage was added years later and served for storage and a work area. The potential for this seasoned home is tremendous. See it for yourself and envision how warm and comfortable this home was and could be once again. Home is being sold as is where is.


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