If you are on the lookout to buy your very own piece of a historic property, look no further!
Located in Pitt Country, on 2 acres in the Belvoir area, sits a historic farmhouse that has retained all of its original Federal-style character and charm – the Williams Cobb home.
The structure itself is characterized by its original outbuildings representing the antebellum era through the early 20th century, original wide-board heart-pine floors, and a full wraparound porch. On the inside, it packs 1-½ stories with a hall-and-parlor plan, a modernized kitchen, hand-carved mantels, built-ins, vaulted ceiling, faux marbling, and a two-room master bedroom with a full bath, and a sitting room.
Coming across a gem home like this with a historical value is quite rare these days, and to many, the price which this house is listed for is quite a shock, starting at just $140,000. If you are looking for a period-correct home in excellent condition, privacy, and potential, built in the early 1800s this is an offer that you will want to check out.
More details of this structural masterpiece can be seen in the pictures.