Historic House Listings

Cool looking church! Circa 1880 in North Carolina. $60,000

March 8, 2024

This church would be cool to own! Original details inside. The church was built in 1880. It is located on .31 acre in Pinebluff, North Carolina. The church features hardwood floors, wainscoting and tongue and groove ceiling. This is known as the Free Liberty United Christian Church. 1,448 square feet. $60,000

Contact  Sierra Mello with Realty World: 910-691-8584

From the Preservation North Carolina  listing:


Welcome to 151 Hammond Rd, a historic gem nestled in the serene Sandhills region of Pinebluff. This late-19th-century church, constructed around the time of Keyser’s establishment in 1880 and renamed Addor in 1918, stands as a testament to the area’s rich history. Steeped in tradition, this church’s interior retains much of its original charm, with spacious wood floors, diagonal tongue-and-groove wainscot, and an enchanting octagonal apse on a raised platform. The rear section, possibly added in the early 20th century, boasts a striking tongue-and-groove ceiling adorned in brilliant blue paint. Outside, the church’s decorative features captivate with variations of tongue-and-groove wainscot, ceilings, and majestic towers showcasing pointed arch vents and an octagonal spire crowned by a shingle roof. This historical treasure presents a unique opportunity for complete rehabilitation, necessitating new systems and restoration carpentry. This property offers a serene retreat while being conveniently located just ten miles from the vibrant towns of Pinehurst and Southern Pines. Pinehurst, known as the ”Cradle of American Golf,” boasts world-class amenities including the renowned Pinehurst Resort, The Country Club of North Carolina, and a plethora of outdoor activities, boutique shops, and gourmet dining options. Meanwhile, Southern Pines exudes historic charm with attractions like the Shaw House and Weymouth, alongside modern conveniences and a charming main street. The property is within close proximity to Fayetteville, less than an hour away. With protective covenants from Preservation NC safeguarding its character-defining features and materials, this property offers the perfect canvas for thoughtful updates within a reasonable timeline, guided by a Rehabilitation Agreement with the new buyer.



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