This handsome, tall building features arched windows that complement the mill building immediately to the East and a hip roof accented with boxed cornices. Originally built in 1909, the office had sympathetic additions in 1948.
It is currently used as an office, and may be grandfathered for continued office use. The building would also make a beautiful residence with outstanding views of open space and the renovated mill, which has been converted into condos.
Edenton Cotton Mill Village is an early-19th-century industrial community preserved and re-developed by Preservation NC. Work began in 1995 to upgrade utilities, roads and other infrastructure to permit sale and rehabilitation of the historic homes. The mill village development reflects the industrial heritage of the state and celebrates the historic mill village community spirit and way of life.
With 54 houses sold and 6 infill lots developed, Edenton Cotton Mill Village is a proven success. Preservation North Carolina has been nationally recognized for its “strong planning approach” and promotion of community among the homeowners in the mill village.
Located on Albemarle Sound's Edenton Bay this charming village, established in 1712, features nearly three centuries of outstanding architecture behind tree-lined sidewalks and along waterfront vistas. Jacobean, Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian examples make this town a natural for its two National Historic Landmarks and numerous listings on the National Register of Historic Places.
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