Got $34,000? This Beautiful North Carolina Fixer-Upper Has Your Name on It

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Here is one for all you lovers of outdated properties and small city life (and people who aren’t aren’t afraid of a bit DIY). For just a bit greater than the price of an SUV, you possibly can be the proprietor of not one, however two lovely fixer-uppers in North Carolina. They have historical past, they have bones, and so they’re in want of a bit love.

Nancy Winslow

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Hamilton, NC is a small, riverfront city in within the jap a part of the state, bordering the Roanoke River Nationwide Wildlife Refuge. As soon as a thriving business port, the city’s historical past lives on within the lovely antebellum properties that make up its Nationwide Register Historic District.

Nancy Winslow

Nancy Winslow

“It’s a fairly city with most of the historic properties being restored and preserved,” says Nancy Winslow of Keller Williams Realty, who’s representing the property. The Roanoke River runs proper alongside the sting of city and gives good recreation for hunters, fisherman and boaters.”

Nancy Winslow

Nancy Winslow

Nancy Winslow

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Often known as the Edmondson-Clark Home, the primary home on the market at 102 S Entrance Avenue was in-built 1882 by Ebenezer Edmondson and was later owned by Dr. H. I. Clark, son of North Carolina’s governor Henry T. Clark. At simply over 1,400 sq. ft., it is a modest however charming home that includes unique coronary heart pine flooring, elegant inside doorways and wooden trim and three vintage fireplaces. After all, it would not be a real Southern residence and not using a deep entrance porch—this one options doorways opening to each single room.

Nancy Winslow

Nancy Winslow

Nancy Winslow

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