- 2,677 square feet
- Lot Size: 40 acres / Zoning: Residential/Commercial
Keller Williams Realty
Branch Grove is the marriage of a 1790s Georgian and a larger Federal, Tripartite home. The Tripartite dwelling, built in 1848 by Samuel Warren Branch; is the birthplace of Alpheus Branch, the founder of Branch Bank (BB&T). It has a characteristic crosshall plan with Federal style woodwork. When complete: 3 BR, 21/2 Baths, eat in kitchen, formal dining room, separate master suite and interior back hall joining both homes. Interior features: two-story central foyer, 6 working fireplaces, stunning front porch true standing seam metal roof, and original wood floors, moldings, flat-panel wainscoting, windows and doors throughout. Downstairs master suite with large porch, ensuite and private sitting area. Windows are nine-over-nine sashes on 1st floor and six-over-nine sashes on 2nd floor. Restored by Andrus Corporation, an award-winning preservation construction company. Details include high-end finishes and attention to Preservation covenants making this restoration in a class by itself. Restoration will be complete summer 2018. . Perfect for personal or vacation home, small farm, event venue and more. “Like” our page and follow the progress on Facebook – “Branch Grove historic restoration and 40 acres”
Branch Grove is under protective covenant held by Preservation North Carolina. Please contact Dawn Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-832-3652 x221 to request a copy of these covenants, or click the Protective Covenants link below.
Halifax County, designated in 1759, is one of the oldest counties in North Carolina with a rich history dating back to the earliest days of European settlement of North America. Over the years, Halifax County has provided North Carolina with more leaders—governors, congressmen, generals—than any other county in the state. Located about 10 miles away is Historic Halifax, a state historic site with 8 beautifully restored historic sites and an archaeological site open to the public. Minutes from I-95, and only a short drive from the NC coast, Enfield offers a variety of recreational pursuits as well as easy access to industrial and corporate centers. For more information about Halifax county or the town of Enfield, visit www.halifaxnc.com and www.enfieldnc.org.