4 Beds; 2 Baths; 4000 Sq.Ft.
105 S. Outerbridge St. Robersonville, NC 27871
A MUST BUY AS-IS National Historic Queen Anne Home ca. 1900; Robersonville is a small, but progressive town, located in the Northeastern section of North Carolina. Prior to colonization by European settlers, the area was indigenous to American Indians. Rapid growth were not initial during its progressive growth in the early 1800?s; however, English settlers became evident before the Revolutionary War. Growth and development of the local economy stimulated the development of residential neighborhoods, schools, towns and municipal services to fuel the growth of construction of infrastruct...ures to accommodate living amenities, such as water, electricity and sewer. It boasted the emerging as a rural trading center and market place for Agricultural supplies and being the world?s largest tobacco market with a single set of buyers. It is a community which offers a quiet, friendly, and relaxed substitution to inner-city congestion with self-reliance transportation within minutes of Greenville and the East Carolina University; as a center for regional and commercial propinquity to urbanities. It?s diversity is slow, yet culturally inhibited with native Carolinians who pry themselves in maintaining it?s farm life and industrial upbringings. If you longed to have culture and preserve the pre urbanization, this is the best place to grow your family and living standards. Rich in all religious sects, it conforms to keep the faith of belonging to a particular way of life as a family oriented community. This house has a lot of period details, semi-renovated, lots of room for large family; 2 parlors joining master bedrooms with adjacent bathrooms; 2 porches was added by 1910; it's expressively boast Victorian picturesqueness displays with a touch of neo-classical updates. This tree lined street is in a Post-Rural Community for a small town exclusiveness, carport and shed attached. Backyard is huge and cleared for a great outdoor's living as well.
My Notes: Love the outside; but blurry photos are not really giving much indication of the reality inside. The stairwell looks like a double newel; and it seems as if most original elements remain, but it's hard to say for sure. Nevertheless; it may be a Barber design.