1830 Camp-Hill-Gary House
- 3,600 square feet
- Lot Size: 1.03 acres / Zoning: Residential
The stately circa 1830 Camp-Hill-Gary House offers an impressive two-story Greek Revival façade with a two-tier portico, gabled pediment, and fluted Doric columns. It is situated on a lovely fenced acre in the Historic District of Murfreesboro, in northeastern NC, adorned with numerous mature trees and plantings of camellias, azaleas, gardenias, and other flowering trees and shrubs. The main floor showcases an extremely rare “butterfly” staircase, 13′ ceilings, unusually fine Greek Revival window and door surrounds, and original heart pine floors. Beautiful period mantels grace the parlor, dining room, and kitchen. The updated kitchen has custom cabinetry, granite countertops, new gas logs, and an attached sitting room. Upstairs are 11′ ceilings, a grand landing, the master suite with elegant bath, two additional bedrooms, and another updated bath. The full English basement includes a kitchen/keeping room with a large period fireplace and gas logs, family room with beaded period shiplap, a fourth bedroom or study, a third bath, and laundry room. The meticulously restored home’s many updates include two energy efficient HVAC systems, metal roof, custom low-e VELV-A-LUME storm windows, low-e storm doors, appropriate lighting, and custom window treatments.
The property includes the two-story circa 1803 Rev. John N. Hoggard House, which has been completely restored as well, and is a perfect guest house, home office, or vacation rental. There is also a three-bay parking pavilion with metal roof and fluted Doric columns, and a two-car carriage house with shop, built in 2013. New roofs were installed on the Hoggard House and two garden sheds in 2020. History available upon request.