Historic House Listings

Look inside! Such tall ceilings! Circa 1901 in North Carolina. $169,900

January 19, 2024

Look inside! This could be so cute! Such tall ceilings! This house was built in 1901. It is located on .36 acre in Plymouth, North Carolina. The house features hardwood floors, tall ceilings, built-ins, crown moulding, wide baseboards, some original door hardware and vintage tiled bathroom. The house is within walking distance to the downtown waterfront business district. This house is bigger than it looks! Four bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,000 square feet. $169,900

Contact Elisah Faye Hardison with Sweetwater Real Estate: 252-809-3927

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to the historical district of downtown Plymouth, NC! This beautiful oldie goldie is just a few blocks away from the bustling downtown waterfront business district. It boasts original hardwood floors, 4 spacious bedrooms, and ceilings that reach over 12 feet. With 2 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms, this home offers ample space and convenience. The large front living areas are flooded with sunlight, creating a joyful atmosphere. The kitchen is not only spacious, but also features a gas cooktop on a center island, making it perfect for cooking up delicious meals. And after a long day at work, you can relax in the built in sitting area and gaze out the back windows as dinner is cooking. The formal dining area is adorned with built-in cabinets and shelving, adding elegance to your dining experience. Step into the sunroom and you’ll find patio doors leading to a back deck and a partially fenced-in backyard, providing both privacy and tranquility. This home is equipped with a brand-new HVAC unit and an on-demand instant water heater, ensuring your comfort and convenience. Additionally, it offers extra spaces such as an office and den area for added versatility. With its proximity to the crystal coasts and great fishing spots on the Roanoke River, this home offers the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. Don’t wait too long, call now!



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