This Old House calls it one of the Best Places for an old house —
you can call it home.
Goldsboro is the place to find the right size restoration for you. It’s also the place to find a bargain and a growing community of preservation enthusiasts who are helping transform the city’s historic downtown.
Downtown Goldsboro’s award-winning revitalization effort is part of a 10-year city plan. Several historic properties are being lovingly restored, some well on their way to being finished. With potential incentives including down-payment assistance, grants for small-business owners, façade improvement grants and historic preservation tax credits, the area is primed for revitalization success.
Preservation North Carolina partnered with the City of Goldsboro in the revitalization of the residential historic district near downtown. Over the last decade, PNC helped save twenty vacant historic houses on the edge of the commercial downtown.
The M. J. Best House is an important Victorian structure which Preservation NC plans to complete
structural work prior to selling the property for residential or business purposes. The work completed to date has been made possible by generous grant support from the donors listed below. Additional funding is still needed to ensure the remaining stabilization work can be completed. Please click here to see photos and learn more about the M. J. Best House. If you are interested in supporting our ongoing neighborhood revitalization work in Goldsboro, please contact Shannon Phillips at 919-832-3652 x 229 or email@example.com or click here to make a donation now.
Goldsboro is on its way to being more dynamic and connected. Historic Union Station will become a hub on the rail line connecting Raleigh to the coast.
There are many properties, residential and commercial, still waiting to be restored — from big to small, lavish to simple, Victorian to bungalow. Take a look and find your place in Downtown Goldsboro today.
With thanks to our generous supporters:
Andrus & Company, Enfield
The Borden Foundation, Inc., Goldsboro
The Borden Fund, Inc., Goldsboro
Hillsdale Fund, Greensboro
Arnold Wilbert Corporation, Goldsboro
Downtown Goldsboro Development Corporation
Goldsboro Builders Supply Co., Inc.
Jackson & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning, Goldsboro
Mt. Olive Pickle Company, Inc.
T.A. Loving Company, Goldsboro
The Little Bank, Goldsboro
Chris Ardelt, Goldsboro
Amy & Jay Bauer, Goldsboro
Carolyn H. Borden, Durham
John Clifton & Dr. Tyanna Yonkers, Dudley
Donnell B. Cobb, Jr., Raleigh
Lila P. Friday, Raleigh
Charlie & Rhonda Gaylor, Goldsboro
Michael Headen & Nancy Delia, Goldsboro
Georgia Cobb Joyner, Wilmington
Dana Borden Lacy, Greensboro
Charles Meeker & Anne McLaurin, Raleigh
Judith McMillen & Glenn Barwick, Goldsboro
Marty & Heather Moser, Clayton
Jewel & Randy Sauls, Goldsboro
Rodney Swink and Juanita Shearer-Swink, Raleigh
Emily & David Weil, Goldsboro
Connie Wells & Gene Lilley, Mount Olive
Charles Zwerling, Goldsboro