c. 1900 Queen Anne – Enfield, NC

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108 W Burnette Ave, Enfield, NC 27823

  • $16,900
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3600 Sq Ft
  • 0.34 Ac.
WOW!. Breath taking older Victorian style home located in the historical area of Enfield. This home is a restoration project and has so much potential. If you have always wanted to live in an older historical home where there is so much character and one of a kind architectual designs, this home is for you. Home has a new roof that is approx 2 years old. One of the bathrooms has new plumbing and some electrical wiring has been run in areas of the home. Most of the original hardware, doors, and trim work are in the home. Hardwood floors through, enchanting staircase located in the foyer that leads you to the 2nd floor. Notice the exterior trim work and designs along with all the extras in the inside of the home. Home has the potential to have 6-7 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Large kitchen and lots of built in cabinets. Take a look, you will not regret it. Call for an appt today.

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11 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Enfield, NC

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  1. tess says: 303 comments

    Very doable for that price. Stunning house across the street. Glad to see the aluminum porch awnings, in the 2013 view, have disappeared. Enfield is an old community with several Historic Register buildings. There may be grant money to fix her. Hasn’t been remuddled and with that new roof most of the water damage should have stopped. It’s between Rocky Mount and Roanoke Rapids, just off I-95. My parents went there every year to buy bulk peanuts.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3496 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Definitely a fixer upper, but not beyond help and a nice neighborhood judging by streetview.

  3. Randy C says: 448 comments

    If this house is structurally sound, although a major job, it could be rescued. Several nice mantels that could be stripped and re-finished. That one has a beautiful, decorative mirror which could easily be re-silvered and be a show piece. One concern is the paneling. Speaking from experience, many folks used to put up paneling as an inexpensive way to hide cracked plaster. For a purist who would want to maintain the plaster, this could potentially be a difficult and expensive undertaking. Would be worth it though if done properly.

    • GloriaH says: 81 comments

      It also looks like they have been ripping out some walls. I would need a structural engineer to see if they have compromised part of the structure. We seem to not be getting much in the way of foundation information. Can’t remember how many homes I have passed up because people focused on taking off paint and it needed an entire new foundation.

  4. says: 32 comments

    I like this house. It appears all the good stuff is still intact, just buried under years of bad taste. Looks like another variation of this house is a few doors down at 100 W. Burnette.

  5. RossRoss says: 2469 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Is it just me, or is that mirror smiling at all of us Old House Dreamers?

  6. John Shiflet says: 5471 comments

    As others have commented, the house appears to have retained many of its original period details. I’m not sure what is behind the reconfigured walls although the first thought that comes to mind is that someone decided to remove partitions put up when the house might have been in rental use. However, other removed items as in photo No. 13 from the top appear to be more of an effort at remodeling. A full inspection and evaluation would be best but given the apparent nice neighborhood surroundings and exceptionally low price, this one looks like a real old house bargain. I would think this house was quite stylish in its day and housed a middle class family. The second staircase would have been mostly for the servant/cook’s use and appears to be original as well. There may have been some stained glass or other art glass at one time but still, considering the very low price, a lot is offered. Just be prepared to roll up your sleeves and put in some sweat equity or hire an experienced (not a standard remodeler) contractor who understands what things are worth preserving in an old house. More than anything else, this Queen Anne style house simply needs lots of TLC. Post restoration, this could be a fine period home again.

  7. Don from Manassas says: 46 comments

    First thing is first – get that nasty paneling off the walls. Its a handyman’s job but she’s still in there.

  8. Kathleen Steimle-Hermes says: 16 comments

    For that price, I wonder if this is a foreclosure.

  9. Peg says: 1 comments

    I think the first thing I would want to know is how much nearby houses in good condition are selling for.

  10. brigidbrigid says: 554 comments
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    1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
    Smalltown, OK

    In the 3rd to last picture have they raised the floor or is that the way it is supposed to be? Seems part of the window is covered by the floor, but the floor seems original.

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