Historic House Listings

Perfection! Very lovely town in North Carolina. Circa 1890. $1,660,000

May 5, 2024

Perfection! And it’s in a very lovely town. We go there often. The house was built in 1890. It is located on 1.81 acres in Hillsborough, North Carolina. The house features a covered front porch, beautiful landscaping, large back patio, hardwood floors, french doors, crown moulding, wide baseboards, chair rails, large kitchen, built-ins and a huge back patio. There is a small stream on the property. Within walking distance to downtown shops, restaurants and breweries. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and 4,265 square feet. $1,660,000

Contact Beth Louden with Leland Little Properties: 919-619-0973

From the Zillow listing:


Once in a blue moon you might find a happening historic town like Hillsborough in the center of a larger universe like the Triangle & Triad in Popular Piedmont North Carolina. Perhaps even rarer is finding a late 1800s beautifully restored home in a private sanctuary-like setting. You have arrived at 210 West King Street. Waltz up the boxwood allee to the grand porch entrance Welcome to comfortably curated modern living in time honored spaces, almost 2 acres of carefully planned greenspace & an invisible fence for your pups’ full enjoyment. Gracious living on main level includes formal dining, friendly parlor/library, comfy TV room, handsome kitchen, en suite sweet main level bedroom…steps away from coffee bar & family room complete with stocked bar, woodburning fireplace & easy access to generous brick patio, enormous side yard & owners entrance from garage, with pooch ready to play. Travelling up the beautiful original staircase to lovely full bath, separate study + adjoining bedroom, handsome primary en suite with amazing soaking tub/walk-in shower & 2 more well-appointed bedrooms Back downstairs, head to east side’s perfect patio with BIG yard & head to west side’s circular drive, fabulous fountain & landscaped bank to Eno tributary, 2 car garage, short walk to all the fun downtown shopping, & dining & entertainment,, beautifully restored Colonial Inn & other historic sites, co-op grocery Weaver Street Market & the Riverwalk, part of NC Mountain to Sea Trail; walk West to Nash St for famous bbq, music, ice cream popular pizza, Gold Park & many other delightful sites, sounds & activities!


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