Historic House Listings

The Coward-Dixon House, Circa 1850. Two acres in North Carolina. 325,000

February 17, 2024

This is a pretty house! The Coward-Dixon House was built in 1850. It is located on two acres in Hookerton, North Carolina. The house features hardwood floors, baseboards and a spacious kitchen. There are multiple outbuildings on the property. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and 2,098 square feet. $325,000

Contact Susan Andrews with Realty ONE Group Aspire: 252-714-2556

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to a timeless treasure in the heart of Hookerton, NC! Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, the meticulously preserved Coward-Dixon home, dating back to 1850, offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of local history. Situated on two acres of peaceful, picturesque land, this Greek Revival style home features preserved hardwood floors, antique fixtures, tall ceilings and expansive windows to remain one of the most intact antebellum residences in Greene County. With two bedrooms, a bathroom, den, formal living and dining areas, kitchen and breakfast nook, this home is perfect for those enjoying company or others seeking solace. A spacious back porch provides a comfortable setting to enjoy scenery and also leads to a generous yard that offers an oasis of magnolias, crape myrtles, pines and a pear tree. With two large storage buildings, a shed, additional bonus area, and large backyard outlined with beautiful fencing, provide ample opportunities for storage, a she-shed or hobby room, and outdoor activities. Whether you are looking for a quiet homestead escape or perfect venue backdrop, step back in time while enjoying the tranquility and beauty of rural North Carolina. Don’t miss the opportunity to own a piece of Southern history in the charming town of Hookerton, NC!



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