Loray Mill Village – 313 S. Vance Street – SOLD!

  • 313 S. Vance Street
    USA Gastonia , NC 28052
    Gaston County
  • $35,000
  • 1,794 square feet
  • Lot Size: 0.1 acres / Zoning: Residential (RS-8)

Jack Kiser , Project Manager
Preservation NC, Loray Mill Village Revitalization
704-616-1862, jkiser@presnc.org


William Barnes , REALTOR®, Broker
Allen Tate Company
704-718-0669, William.Barnes@allentate.com

Be a part of the revitalization of the Loray Mill Village! This supervisor’s home is larger than the typical mill village house, still has many original features and is walkable to parks, shopping, the recently-rehabbed Loray Mill and more!

Area Information

The Loray Mill Village National Register Historic District is an ideal place to call home. It is a walkable neighborhood, convenient to shopping, restaurants, I-85 and less than 30 minutes Charlotte (even better: it’s only 20 minutes from the Charlotte Airport). The recently redeveloped Loray Mill features both residential and commercial opportunities and has 100,000 square feet of commercial retail space, with future plans for a brewery, café, restaurants, fitness and spa, dry cleaners, neighborhood market and other complimentary services. Preservation NC is undertaking a massive rehab project in the Mill Village, and you can be a part of it all by rehabbing this historic home!

Architectural & Historical Information

This 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home originally was built for a supervisor at Loray Mill in 1906.  The original clapboard has been covered, but some of the original windows remain.  Inside you’ll find the original mantels and some original woodwork. It is possible that the wood flooring is underneath the carpet.

Additionally, 313 S. Vance Street is a contributing structure in the Loray Mill Village National Register Historic District and is therefore eligible for historic rehabilitation tax credits.  This historic property needs a complete rehabilitation, including updates to systems (HVAC, plumbing and wiring) as well as cosmetic updates. In keeping with our goals to revitalize the Loray Mill Village to become a vibrant, diverse and desirable place to live, property restrictions will include a requirement for owner occupancy.