Green-Parker-Tarwater Open House
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Public and Agent Open House for the Green-Parker-Tarwater House in Warrenton! Hosted by Anna Gwennap, Hodge Kittrell Sotheby’s International Realty. For more info contact Anna: email@example.com.
The Green-Parker-Tarwater House, known locally as “the Tarwater House,” was built in 1850 and is believed to be the product of renowned Greek Revival and Italianate builder Jacob Holt, who built numerous houses, churches, and even the town’s old jail, in Warrenton and other communities in northeastern North Carolina.
The home is approximately 3800 square feet. There are three bedrooms and four full bathrooms. Two of the bedrooms and bathrooms are on the third floor. The second (main) floor contains a large formal living room, dining room, den and full bathroom. The den or the formal living room could easily be converted into a main floor bedroom due to the full bathroom situated between them. Bulls-eye block molding, tall ceilings (10-12 ft on top two floors), original mantels, huge windows and heart pine floors are throughout the home. The house has four chimneys (all capped) and six fireplaces, two with gas logs (kitchen and den).