by Melanie Moore Krogman
Historical integrity, large rooms, and 54 acres! Start the new year off right by fixing up this incredible North Carolina home. She is ready and waiting for continued renovations and some TLC from the right owners.
For just $169,500, you’ll be buying into an abundance of historical value and opportunity consisting of… well, just about anything you can dream up! This 4 bedroom, 3800 sq. ft. home comes complete with rolling pastures, its own pond, many outbuildings, and a smaller house.
6046 Nc Highway 4, Littleton, NC
Asking Price: $169,500
4 beds, 3800 sq. ft.
Lovely country setting! 54 acres with beautiful turn of the century historical home ready for restoration. Definitely will require alot of TLC but what a beautiful house this could be. Just open your mind to the possibilities. Approx. half property is open and half in growing timber. Some pastureland. Some renovation was started on the home but not completed. Lots of road frontage on 2 public roads. Several outbuildings. Pond on property. Camper on property conveys. Farmland is leased. Smaller house also on property and needs renovation. Would be perfect place for hunting. Level to gently rolling. 20 min. to beautiful Lake Gaston for fishing, swimming and other water sports. About mid-way between Interstate 95 and Interstate 85. ALL OF THE SQUARE FOOTAGE IS NOT HEATED-NO HEAT IN EITHER STRUCTURE. MLS does not have an entry for unheated sq.ft.
Full listing information available at South Shore Realty.
Take a minute to absorb all of the details to found on that impressive, grand old façade. A central portico, fanlight, Corinthian-style columns—You had me at “Hello!”
The interior of the house boasts a staircase with lovely woodwork and detailing, wood floors, five fireplaces, tall ceilings, and incredibly large and elegant rooms. Someone get me a sturdy ladder, won’t you? I’ll roll up my sleeves and bring the elbow grease. Seriously, time’s a wastin’!
AUTHOR MELANIE MOORE KROGMAN
Born and raised in Iowa, Melanie’s mother and father both grew up on family farms where the old houses (mostly American Foursquares) were more often than not built by family and handed down to later generations. She remembers trips into town looking out the window of the back seat of the car admiring the Grand Victorian houses on the hills overlooking the river.
Melanie has a degree in Art Education from South Dakota State University. She has taught visual art and art history for 18 years. Besides teaching, she stays busy with her three kids, Kyle, Karlee and Caden along with the family dogs, Gus and Buddy. She can still be seen going through historical districts, but now she’s in the driver’s seat! She is super excited to contribute to CIRCA and hopes to help save some old houses!