Historic House Listings

Could you live in a funeral home? Circa 1900 in North Carolina. $249,900

February 4, 2024

Could you live in a former funeral home? The house was built in 1900. It is located on .68 acre in Statesville, North Carolina. The house features a wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, crown moulding, wide baseboards, chair rails and pocket doors. There is a carriage house that once had an apartment above it. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,841 square feet. $249,900

Contact Anthony Stewart with Express Home Realty: [email protected]

From the Zillow listing:


Situated in the heart of Statesville, this 1900s Queen Anne home in the Historic District invites you to relive the gilded age. With 4 beds, 2 baths, and captivating features such as massive ornate fireplaces, hardwood floors, ceilings over 11ft+ tall, the grand foyer, pocket doors, and many original fixtures, this gem exudes historic charm. The 2-story layout includes a 3rd-floor walk-up attic and an amazing attic loft. State rooms, living rooms, and more – this home epitomizes historic elegance. Upstairs has no cooling.Original carriage house serves as a garage with an upstairs blank slate, once an apartment. A full renovation is needed; must be cash or renovation loan. Contact the list agent for comprehensive disclosures and discover the countless features that make this home extraordinary.



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