This ca. 1900 home is over 4,000 square feet, with three bedrooms and three baths.
A full-width porch with turned balustrade graces the front. Period details in Victorian and Colonial Revival styles include decorative shingle work, a bay window, handsome bracketed cornice and a durable, standing-seam tin roof. A second-story sleeping porch is an added bonus.
This home requires complete rehabilitation including all new systems, wiring, HVAC, plumbing and new kitchen and baths. Part of the Goldsboro historic district, this property is eligible for historic preservation tax credits.
The lively town of Goldsboro (pop. 39,000), the seat of Wayne County, is the home of the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. It is located in eastern North Carolina, 20 minutes from I-40 and I-95, one hour from Raleigh, and within easy access of North Carolina beaches.
Downtown Goldsboro Neighborhood Revitalization
Preservation NC has partnered with the City of Goldsboro, the Downtown Goldsboro Development Corporation, and Self-Help Credit Union to revitalize several neighborhoods in downtown Goldsboro. The neighborhoods will be transformed into a blend of residential historic structures and new homes that will include historic architectural details.
Homes range in size from 1,100 to 6,400 square feet and consist of a variety of architectural styles including Queen Anne, Victorian, and Italianate. The unique historic district includes residential and commercial structures.
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