1887 – La Grange, NC – $199,500

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Added to OHD on 9/12/16 - Last OHD Update: 6/16/18 - 27 Comments
131 E Railroad St, La Grange, NC 28551

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Two story Victorian home built in 1887, wonderfully maintain and restored with sensitive renovations completed to keep the home in original condition. The wrapped around porch is trimmed in decorative gingerbread molding, has double front doors opening into a beautiful foyer and hall servicing the stairway and most of the down stairs rooms. Windows with stained glass surrounds are common to all the first floor rooms. All the floors are original heart pine wood and in very good condition. Two interior brick chimneys accommodate seven fireplaces, two with marble mantles & gas logs. All rooms have high ceilings and are beautifully painted and very spacious. A real jewel for older home lovers. Move in, no updating needed. Back yard has privacy fence, pecan trees and lots of space.
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Clifton Harrison, Harrison Realty      (252) 566-9429
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27 Comments on 1887 – La Grange, NC – $199,500

  1. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 677 comments

    Nice Queen Anne with a really impressive newel post and a unique bell shaped roof on the tower. Speaking of which, what’s covering the top of the tower?

    • GeoffreyPS says: 93 comments

      Looks like whatever it is, it’s made from sheet metal. Lead?

    • Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 928 comments

      I don’t know what they used on the tower but my eye is drawn to it. It is a little distracting. The roofing needs to be uniform in this area, probably not an easy think to do, considering the shape!

      • John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4048 comments

        Agreed. It looks like there must have been a leak or some damage to the tower roof and sheet metal or an EPDM material (EPDM is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane (ethylene propylene dieneter-polymer)) was used to cover it. Given the challenging logistics of reaching and working on the tower roof, a more permanent fix may have been postponed. The house has nice period millwork inside.

  2. Lindsay G says: 604 comments

    Oooooo boy those stained glass windows would have me sold in an instant! What a great find, this one is quite the beauty.

    • Ray Unseitig says: 128 comments

      Comment has to be 10 characters or words long in length thas is. It is.

      Yes, the glass is wonderful.


  3. Elisa says: 20 comments

    I would stay in NC for this house. I wonder if the kitty is included?

  4. Karen says: 115 comments

    As a bath person, I’m happy to see those claw foot tubs! I wonder if there’s a shower somewhere they didn’t show. The tubs don’t seem to have the shower conversions, which is okay by me.

    • dragonflyspirit14dragonflyspirit14 says: 252 comments

      Karen, photo 22 on Zillow shows a nice step-in shower.

      • dreamin'bout'oldhouse ownership says: 1362 comments

        dragonflyspirit14 can you post the link to the Zillow post?

        • Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8252 comments

          1901 Folk Victorian
          Chestatee, GA

          I do provide links to Zillow and other listing sites up at the top, look under the “Links & Resources” section above the photos.

  5. montana channing says: 196 comments

    Hello Home Depot – I’don’t like to order a 50 gallon drum of paint stripper. Yeah you’re right honey -make that 2 drums

  6. Brad says: 1 comments

    I’ve been through this house and the photos do not do it justice. It is a crown jewel but not in a great location.

  7. sherry says: 26 comments

    Beautiful on the inside and the outside wouldn’t change a thing.

  8. Diane says: 396 comments

    Lovely home and seems well cared for. Lots of potential pictures not showing what’s in the tower, upstairs hallway, how or if there’s access to the little 2nd story porch, basement and etc.

  9. LorenN says: 104 comments

    What a lovely home with a picket fenced Garden, birdhouses & brick pathway. Interior: They certainly are not afraid of COLOR. Everything is neat and tidy and the functional kitchen remodel was very well done. No doubt, they will find a buyer quickly! The price seems too inexpensive, to me. WOW.

  10. Nhgal03Nhgal03 says: 120 comments

    Wow, love those stained glass windows. They have quite a green thumb too. I would hope I wouldn’t kill off that garden. I’m not very good at that stuff. I’m plant/garden challenged. Great house!

  11. Denise1953 says: 33 comments

    Not a bit of wood untouched by white paint but the newel post on the staircase. Why, oh why? It hurts my heart. Such a beautiful house and yard.

  12. Jenny McCoy says: 146 comments

    this is adorable and the garden is precious. Just charming all the way around. Does anyone know where Lagrange is in NC?

  13. Pamela Ky girl says: 53 comments

    Beautiful home You could move in & enjoy.

  14. Mouser says: 4 comments


  15. julie@lamedia.tv says: 104 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    I wonder if it was a widow’s walk or just a railing up there on the tower….maybe they just roofed around it and it’s waiting for the right person to open it up. It’s a beauty, i’d take it. I love a house with history!

  16. Megan F says: 7 comments


    Link from the Preservation NC site, which has information on both homes. The one I linked above has sure seen better day, but some good bits have been left behind!

    • dreamin'bout'oldhouse ownership ~Colleen~ says: 1362 comments

      Thank you so much! The Hadley house is a lot of work but I really do like it! Thank you for the links!


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