Historic House Listings

Such tall ceilings! The Sledge House, Circa 1897 in North Carolina. $226,000

June 1, 2023

This house has such tall ceilings! The Sledge House was built in 1897. It is located on .29 acres in Tarboro, North Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, wainscoting, tall ceilings, picture rails, hardwood floors and a claw foot tub. The home is situated in the historic district and is within walking distance to coffee, shopping and restaurants. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,225 square feet. $226,000

Contact Jack E. Cutler with 1st Class Real Estate Triangle: 252-999-2559

From the Zillow listing:


The Sledge House circa 1897, is listed on the National Register of Historic places. Located in beautiful Tarboro NC, this charming Victorian Cottage retains much of the original craftsmanship. This quaint home is located in the very desirable Historic district in Tarboro. The relaxing front porch transports you back to a bygone era of charm and hospitality with the smell of sweet magnolia, light breezes and ample shade. The cottage features 3 bedrooms, a formal living room, formal dining room, eat in kitchen, primary en suite and a total of 5 fireplaces. Original hardwood floors are found throughout with the exception of the bathrooms and kitchen. The formal dining room has a fireplace, soaring ceilings, and built in china cabinet. The original home had a semi-detached kitchen with the former breezeway now enclosed. Private parking is accessed via the old milk alley as well as on street parking. The backyard is a large, private oasis. As an extra bonus, there is a new roof over the entire structure. This home is in North Carolina’s largest historic district where you can walk downtown for coffee, shopping, and dining. Tree lined streets are perfect for an evening stroll and a short 4 blocks away from the notable Town Common where you can enjoy the North Carolina Symphony and many other events throughout the year. As a Main Street America(tm) Accredited program, the Town of Tarboro is a recognized leading program among the national network of more than 1,200 neighborhoods and communities that share both a commitment to creating high-quality places and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.



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