Thursday, January 24, 2019

Bryan Lavender House, Jones County, NC $80K

Rare Federal house with engaged two tier front porch enclosed on one end and front bay containing exterior stair, a Charleston-style rarely seen in most of Eastern North Carolina! (Price and terms negotiable)
Originally a Hall and Parlor plan, a wing was added to the north side and in the 1950’s a former detached kitchen was brought up to the house but not attached. Instead a small wooden stoop connects the two structures which are barely a few feet apart. The house retains original woodwork including chair rail downstairs, original Federal Mantels including a detailed 3 part mantel in the parlor and a two part mantel in the upstairs bedroom, and a faux grained door between the living and dining room. Hardware matches the era of the house. Beautiful heart pine floors throughout the house. Side wing could be used as den or bedroom and is plumbed for a bath. Back porch on this wing features a wall of windows for natural light. Upstairs, two bedrooms are connected by a shared bath.
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