2431 Glencoe Street – Glencoe Mill Village

  • 2431 Glencoe Street
    USA Burlington , NC 27217
    Alamance County
  • $72,000
  • 345 square feet
  • Lot Size: 0.28 acres / Zoning: Residential/Commercial
Contact:

Lisa D. Janes , REALTOR®
Weichert, Realtors- Mark Thomas Properties
919-423-3463, janesgang1@gmail.com

The Barbershop is a cute “tiny” house that lives large! Its compact size uses every square foot to maximize comfort. The home originally served as Glencoe Mill Village’s barbershop in the early 1900s and was completely renovated in 2001-2002. Additional updating was done in 2016. The Barbershop Tiny House has updated plumbing and electrical, a newer metal roof, pine floors, and bead-board ceilings and walls. Insulation was added and the flooring was enclosed in the Great Room and a new closet was also added.

This precious one-bedroom, one-bath tiny home features an open great room with living, dining and sleeping areas. It has an efficient kitchen with small-space appliances and built-in cabinetry. The bathroom also has lots of storage, a pedestal sink, a full-sized shower and a stacked washer & dryer. Additionally, the home has a custom-built storm door and windows; a freshly-painted exterior; and a new detached storage building. Sited on a permanent foundation on a .28-acre lot, the Barbershop is landscaped and has a private driveway (most of the other driveways in Glencoe are shared).

The Glencoe Barbershop Tiny House was previously operated as an income-producing guesthouse. The HVAC was new in 2012 & is an energy-efficient, ductless heat pump. Additionally, there is also electric baseboard heat in the bathroom. Located along the banks of the Haw River, Glencoe Mill Village is in a National Register Historic District and is also an Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of Burlington City. Its homeowners’ association maintains a sewer pump connected to the city. Living in Glencoe Mill Village is truly a “lifestyle.” Its residents can enjoy the river paddle access park, walking trails, fishing & bird-watching.

2431 Glencoe Street is under protective covenants held by Preservation North Carolina. Please contact Dawn Williams at dwilliams@presnc.org or 919-832-3652 x221 to request a copy of these covenants.

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about Glencoe Mill Village, here are some websites you may wish to visit:

Glencoe Research Forum

Glencoe Mill Rehabilitation

Textile Heritage Museum

Glencoe Studios

A Labor of Love

Glencoe Mill Village Historic District

Historic Village Designation

The Haw River Trail

The Revolving Fund, National Trust for Historic Preservation