Historic House Listings

Former masonic lodge. Circa 1850 in North Carolina. $134,900

March 18, 2023

This home is the former Conoho Masonic Lodge. There are Civil War era writings on the walls of the stairwell. The lodge was built in 1850. It is located in Hamilton, North Carolina. The home features heart pine floors, bead board ceilings and a lot of natural light. One bedroom, two bathrooms and 1,672 square feet. $134,900

Contact Paul Roberson with Riverside Realty Group

From the Zillow listing:


TRULY ONE OF A KIND.This historically significant Greek Revival meeting hall is known as the Conoho Masonic Lodge c.1850. The lodge was a meeting place for Masons during the Civil War, also the home of the Sons of Temperance, the Hamilton Female Institute and the local Episcopal congregation.This property is currently used as a vacation home. It would be ideal for a sportsman’s lodge, quite getaway or a one-of-kind Air Bnb. Entering the property through the front foyer you will immediately become enchanted with the Heart Pine Floors, the wonderful open space with tons of natural light and high beadboard ceilings. The downstairs features a modern kitchen with a granite island, dishwasher. There is also an expansive living area and bar area. ON the first floor there also is a full bath with a claw foot tub. Going up the stairs you will note the civil war era writings and signatures on the walls of the stairwell. Upstairs you will find a massive bedroom area and a half bath. You can relax the day away on the back deck area and enjoy a cool glass of iced tea. The charm and invitingness of this home cannot be overstated and its possibilities are endless. Downstairs is heated/cooled by a mini-split unit and upstairs hvac is a heat pump. The home’s location in the historic town of Hamilton near the beautiful Roanoke River makes it easy to get to front anywhere. A short hour and a half away from the outer banks or Raleigh. The home is a short walk away from the Roanoke river which is great for fishing, canoeing, kayaking or nature watching. The home may be eligible for historic tax credits. Sellers wish to sell-as-is, seller to make no repairs. Call today for details!!



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