c. 1880 – Gatesville, NC

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Added to OHD on 5/27/15   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments

200 Church St, Gatesville, NC 27938

  • $99,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1566 Sq Ft
  • 1.94 Ac.

Old description: This home is known as the Eason-Sawyer House located in Gatesville North Carolina on a corner lot 1.94 acres +/-. It was built in the 1880s for William Frank Eason & his wife Emma B Eason. With many Great Features including, Hardwood Floors thru-out, Kitchen, Dining, Den, Living Room on the first floor. (3) Bedrooms upstairs, (1 additional room that could be a study, closet, maybe a Master Bath as it adjoins a Bedroom) Full Bath on the (2) Floor & a covered porch.
Contact Information
Meryl Brown, Joe Murray Realty,
(252) 332-2867

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12 Comments on c. 1880 – Gatesville, NC

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12626 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    No description found for this home.

    I love how the sidewalk in front went around the tree (which is now a stump.)

  2. JimHJimH says: 5657 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Wow! No description really needed – it looks like a wonderfully preserved old home with distinctive detail in a tiny village of 300. I’d love it if they just left it as is with all the furniture.

    • Krystal says: 68 comments

      My thoughts exactly! My first thought was “do I get to keep those porch rocking chairs if I buy the house?” lol

    • EboneR says: 1 comments

      Gatesville, NC is where my maternal grandfather is from. Small nice little town, not too far away by car to important place or the Virginia state line and quiet. Lots and lots of space. 🙂

  3. Raphaelle del Vecchio says: 5 comments

    I love your site…I don’t know how you find all these places. I look every day and miss so many places you find in the areas I am actually focused on. Pretty place–except the dropped ceiling in that one shot.

  4. John Shiflet says: 5741 comments

    Streetview reveals a charming village-like atmosphere with many nicely restored homes as well as historic plaques and other signs of local history. On High Street, which runs along the side, there’s a lovely restored Victorian (in period colors) at 300 High Street. I think this one may be older than 1895…more like 1870 based on the vaguely Gothic mantels, the end chimneys featuring gables with return ends (handed down from the Greek Revival style and suggesting this may have started out as an “I” house) Those double galleried porches with the scroll-sawn patterned balustrades are wonderful. It’s always a pleasant surprise to find a house with surroundings as picturesque and appealing as the house itself. Preservation has clearly taken hold in this small community based on the number of well-kept period homes seen nearby in Streetview. The house itself looks far larger than 1,566 sq. feet…maybe that is for one story?

  5. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12626 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Back on the market, reduced to $99,900 and new listing photos.

  6. Regan says: 3 comments

    First thing I would do is replace the balusters on the inside using the same pattern as the ones on the outside. My mom’s house was built around 1876 and it has the same balusters inside and out. Almost the exact same pattern as this one, which is cool since they are thousands of miles apart.

  7. Phyllis Caldwell says: 39 comments

    Nice home. Looks pretty solid for the price.

  8. cheryl plato says: 172 comments

    a perfect lovely home. Wouldn’t change a thing!

  9. Chris Lonmo says: 1 comments

    Is 200 Church St, Gatesville NC still on the market????
    Thanks in advance, Chris


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