87-Year-Old Georgian Revival Spencer Love House Demolished

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87-Year-Old Georgian Revival Spencer Love House Demolished

Greensboro, NC 27408

A magnificent brick Georgian Revival manor that has remained an icon in the Old Irving Park neighbourhood of Greensboro, North Carolina for the past 87 years has been razed after selling for $4.5 million on February 28, 2024. The new owners wasted no time in reducing the historic 10,834 square foot manor to rubble. Fox 8 reported that the agents who handled the sale were not aware of the buyer’s plans to tear the house down. The new owner also released a statement, Fox 8 reporting, “We had hoped to renovate the home, but ultimately found that was not a feasible option to meet our needs,” Carroll said in a statement on Wednesday. “We were able to salvage fixtures and elements of architectural value to incorporate in our plans. We intend to preserve the picturesque, scenic trees on the property, and to undertake the great responsibility of protecting the iconic feel and aesthetic of the Irving Park neighborhood.”

Built in 1937 by the founder of Burlington Industries, the expansive residence, known as the Spencer Love House, underwent a total renovation by the sellers in the late-1990s. The picturesque park-like grounds faced Greensboro Country Club golf course and included a pool with pool house, cottage, carriage house, gazebo, tennis court, and beautifully maintained gardens. With over 10,000 square feet, the main house includes a grand foyer, formal living & dining rooms, a sunroom, gourmet kitchen, butler’s pantry, morning room, 6 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, and a lower level complete with sauna & hot tub.

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