2473 Glencoe Street – Glencoe Mill Village – UNDER CONTRACT

  • 2473 Glencoe Street
    USA Burlington , NC 27217
    Alamance County
  • $265,500
  • 2,000 square feet
  • Lot Size: .326 acres / Zoning: Residential

Lisa Dye Janes , REALTOR®/Broker
Weichart Realtors -- Mark Thomas Properties, www.markthomasproperties.com
919-423-3463, JanesGang1@gmail.com


Built in the 1880s, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom mill house is beautifully restored & renovated in Burlington NC’s Historic Glencoe Mill Village. Featuring a large chef’s kitchen with wonderful work spaces, there is plenty of storage and a cozy kitchen fireplace. Enjoy a first-floor owner’s suite with a handsome ceramic & marble bathroom that has a walk-in shower and a garden tub. There is a second, first-floor bedroom; plus a large bedroom suite upstairs. Other rooms include a living room, family room/den, and an upstairs sitting area. Greet the neighbors or watch the world go by from your rocking-chair front porch; or commune with the wild birds, turkey and deer from your private, screened back porch. This property boasts a sturdy, barn-style garage that has second-floor storage, a woodworking area & a shed roof. You’ll love the beautiful country setting, ample fruit trees & gardens galore. Village amenities include picnic & playground areas, and walking trails; as well as fishing and paddle access to the Haw River Trail.

Note: The owner’s suite, main bathroom, family room, screened porch and garage were new and permitted in 2006-2007. Glencoe Mill Village, a National Historic District, is an Extra Territorial Jurisdictional Area of Burlington City. The Home Owners Association maintains a sewer pump that is connected to the city.

Directions: From Burlington, take NC 62 North. Cross the Haw River, and turn left on River Road. Bear right at the Textile Heritage Museum onto Glencoe Street. This is the second to the last property on the right at the top of the hill.

All historic homes in the Glencoe Mill Village are 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.