Historic 1898 Francis Marion Smith House Reduced to $425K in Gibsonville, North Carolina

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Historic 1898 Francis Marion Smith House Reduced to $425K in Gibsonville, North Carolina

$425,000 | Built 1898 | 3,536 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 1.34 Acres
204 E Railroad Ave, Gibsonville, NC 27249
Constructed in 1898, the Francis Marion Smith House has been reduced to $425,000 in Gibsonville, North Carolina. Listing details: The Francis Marion Smith house was constructed in 1898 & is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. This exquisite home incorporates Queen Anne & Colonial Revival design style elements featuring a high hipped roof, tall chimneys, Tuscan columns & a wrap-around front covered porch. A true gem situated on a large 1.34-acre lot with a patio, deck, storage building & gazebo in the heart of downtown Gibsonville. The interior features a spacious floor plan consisting of 3,536 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 formal living rooms, a formal dining room with a built in hutch, 7 woodburning fireplaces, original heart pine floors & extensive original wood moldings throughout. The primary bedroom on the main floor consists of dual closets, a full bathroom & a walk-in shower. Perfect for the lover of older and historically significant homes. The historical registry qualifies this home for a 50% tax value credit. See attached for the complete history and info from the registry site. Bed & Bfast or Air BnB potential! The Francis Marion Smith House is on the market for $425,000 with Tanya Wilson of Keller Williams Realty. Photography by Lighthouse Visuals.
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