Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies

Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies
Hampton National Historic Site

Friday, August 27, 2010

c. 1914 Greek Revival Wilson, North Carolina

This one's a little rough around the edges folks but it's got TONS of POTENTIAL. And with a price tag of just $59k -- that's not a typo --- and OWNER FINANCING with just $6,000 down! you'd have more than enough money to fulfill it. Okay so this magnificent Greek Revival home is known as the Oettinger House. Major structual work has been completed including: Roof work, Floor Joists, Windows rebuilt, coulumns repaired, cornice boxing and total stabilization. The home has 11 foot ceilings, ornate fireplaces, 16 in. baseboards, built in cabinets. 2 baths with original tile work, and fixtures.Grand Entry brick porch with old wrought iron railings. It has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths.The home could be used as a Single Family home with street entry having app 3,000 square ft. or could be converted into 2 townhomes or restore the lower level with an additional 2,000 sq ft. There is zoning in place for residence, business, or offices. The location is wonderful with the beautiful Wilson County Library across the street. The home is also located in the Kenan/Broad Histtoric District. The home is also conviently located near shopping centers and only blocks from the downtown area. Not too, too far from the coast either.

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