Rare opportunity to own a grand residence in Moore County, NC, home to the golf capital of the world. Renowned Pinehurst is only 10 minutes away. Just north is Southern Pines, well known for its equestrian community. History abounds Aberdeen itself, home to Walter Hines Page, ambassador and journalist, as well as the Union Station Railroad Museum, the Artist’s League, Moore County’s first brewery, long running live music venue, several restaurants, public library, bakery, feed and seed store, and more, all within easy walking distance from this historic home. Listed on the National Registry, 201 Blue street features gorgeous established trees, including reputedly the oldest Japanese maple in Moore County, and stunning magnolias, planted at the turn of the 20th century. Your chance to make porch life a reality with a beautiful wrap around, large enough for everyone. Visit Moore, to make more of your good life!
The Blue-Seymour house is a treasure and just seconds away from the shops and restaurants of downtown Aberdeen. Built in the beginning of the 20th Century, the home is distinctive with its Italianate frame and wrap around porch. It’s accredited to Charlotte designer C.C. Hook and listed on the National Register. It is wonderfully spacious, with 5 bedrooms on the second floor, 3 bathrooms, and 11ft ceilings throughout the first floor. The formal dining room is accompanied by a fireplace and doors that exit out onto the covered porch, making it the perfect space to entertain guests. The study has custom built-in bookshelves and a fireplace. Wood floors throughout. This almost acre, corner lot has ample space for gardens, events, and recreation. There is a shed and basketball court on the property.
Contact Listing Agents for any further questions,
Julia Lattarulo 910-690-9716
Jordan Burch 941-350-7678
Updated on August 26, 2022 at 2:39 pm