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Fixer-Uppers for Sale

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c. 1785
  • Montville, New Jersey
  • $499,000

Charm & endless potential abound in this historic Victorian set on 1.69 acres. From the covered front porch welcome to the wide plank wood floors, soaring ceilings, unique archways & spacious rooms, the architectural details will capture your heart. Features include: LR w/fireplace & bay window inset; formal DR w/butlers pantry; powder rm & EIK […]

c. 1847
  • Dallas, North Carolina
  • $125,000

One of the most high profile and distinctive buildings in downtown Dallas, only 30 minutes from Charlotte! Amazing adaptive reuse space and ideal for those looking for an urban feel within the charm of a small southern town. Architectural and Historical Information The Dallas Jail is a contributing structure in the Dallas National Register Historic […]

c. 1800
  • Warrenton, North Carolina
  • $16,500

Early house in charming Warrenton historic district and home of prominent cabinet-maker Thomas Reynolds! Just 1 hour from Raleigh and Durham and 2 hours from Richmond, VA. The building will require a complete rehabilitation including structural/foundation work, restoration carpentry, and all new systems. Located in the Warrenton National Register District, the Thomas Reynolds House is […]

c. 1947
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • $195,000

Be a part of history by living in a Lustron house, an enameled steel home designed with efficiency in mind. Very few were fabricated between 1947 and 1950! This jewel has been moved from its original site to downtown Raleigh, where it awaits reassembly and preservation by its lucky new owner. Enjoy everything Downtown Raleigh […]

c. 1800
  • Williamston, North Carolina
  • $35,000

The Smithwick-Green-Clark House is one of a few surviving early nineteenth century farmhouses in Martin County.  Constructed around 1800 for John Smithwick, it retains much of its original transitional Georgian-Federal character although it has undergone two periods of change. The first changes occurred in the mid-nineteenth century when the original detached kitchen was moved and […]

c. 1894
  • Goldsboro, North Carolina
  • $18,000

Historically significant contributing structure to the Downtown Goldsboro Historic District! Built in 1894 by Marcellus J. Best, a prominent business leader, the M.J. Best House is an important Victorian structure on a spacious downtown lot. Damage done by previous owners has left this home as a shell primed for a new addition at the rear […]

c. 1802
  • Reidsville, North Carolina
  • $69,000

Early log house with large stone chimneys, exposed beaded ceiling joists, wide wall planks, hand-forged door hardware, and a rear wing, once an early separate kitchen. Family cemetery with ancient soapstone markers nearby all situated on a scenic ridge between Wentworth and Reidsville. Only 30 minutes to Piedmont-Triad International Airport and 39 minutes to Greensboro. […]

c. 1860
  • Henderson, North Carolina
  • $5,000

Hillman Barnes built this fine Greek Revival house around 1860 to replace a c.1830 house lost to fire. In 1919 Barnes’ grandaughter Nellie and her husband moved the house on logs to adjacent land carved out for them. They added the present two-story rear wing and updated a few of the fireplaces to more fashionable […]

c. 1847
  • Dallas, North Carolina
  • $125,000

Perfectly situated in between Gastonia and Charlotte, this property is ideal for an adaptive re-use office space or residence that provides the elusive combination of urban feel with small town charm! Part of the Dallas Historic District–it’s also eligible for historic tax credits! Architectural and Historical Information Built ca. 1847, the Smyre-Pasour House is one […]

c. 1830
  • Brookeville, Maryland
  • $550,000

This is an extraordinary restoration opportunity in historic Brookeville Maryland.

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