1911 Classical Revival – Hamlet, NC

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402 Rice St, Hamlet, NC 28345

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  • $169,000
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 5718 Sq Ft
  • 1 Ac.
magnificent!this historic home has an abundance of character along with a huge amount of space.this lackey home place is well known by many.situated on the corner of main and rice st.hardwood floors throughout.fabulous entry way with impressive views of the beautiful staircase.this 6bdr/3bth impressive home has formal areas as well as a family room,study,sunroom,and much more.twelve foot ceilings throughout,pocket doors,huge windows. outside painted 2011.all drapery/blinds including hardware remain.upstairs is not heated/cooled.living room fireplace is gas,bedroom fireplace is woodburning!well still operates the spigots.basement access from outside. owner has identified there are bats in the attic(inquire to agent for details)air conditioning does not work.priced to sell!!!!!!
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Tammy L Culler, Coldwell Banker
(910) 895-6960
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13 Comments on 1911 Classical Revival – Hamlet, NC

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  1. Randy C says: 429 comments

    Wow, would I love to get my hands on this! I wish there was a more clear picture of the stained glass around the front door. Beautiful stairway and woodwork. Lots of house for the price.

  2. Louba says: 18 comments

    Beautiful house! It’s too bad about the bats. It would be a big job to get rid of them and keep them out. I know……..my house had them too!

  3. Jennifer HTJennifer HT says: 739 comments
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    Anthem, AZ

    Hmmm broken AC and bats…. still worth it. Sure wish they opened up the curtains and blinds to let the light in for the pics.

  4. Dmills says: 28 comments

    Beautiful house. Love the unpainted woodwork. Kinda digging the obvious mid century pink and blue bathrooms as well. But what would the expense be to relocate a colony of bats from the attic, have the guano professionally removed and then repairs to where ever they made entry into the attic?

    And while I can understand no AC upstairs, no heat? House is on well water but what about septic? The price is great, but I can certainly foresee some big expenses to bring the home back to health.

    • AmyBeeAmyBee says: 826 comments
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      1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
      Lockport, NY

      As exasperating as it sounds to relocate/clean up after the bats, they are invaluable members of a healthy ecosystem. I miss the ones we had living nearby! Now the mosquitoes are almost unbearable! I would set up some bat boxes in any tall trees on the property, and save the bat guano as it makes excellent fertilizer (which I’d mix with compost). It would be so worth it!

  5. hearsetrax says: 241 comments

    as much as I love bats, I wouldn’t want them in my house jejeje
    the place has charm to spare

    but just my $0.02 : to truly help this place reach it’s full potential, thars a fair amount of routine surgery required and eviction notices to be issued

    but other then that its nearly 90% purfect

  6. dragonflyspirit14dragonflyspirit14 says: 247 comments
    1913 farmhouse
    Dillon, SC

    Ohhhh I keep gravitating to this style home even though it would be impractical and unaffordable for me? this house has been on the market a long time. 338 days on Realtor. They might be ready to take a low bid?.
    I bought a beautiful old farmhouse in Dillon SC in June but the one thing I didn’t know and wasn’t warned about was that the only internet available in these old rural areas is satellite service which is metered. I miss browsing on OHD and hoping cable internet comes to my neighborhood soon!

  7. Maria says: 6 comments

    Love the random Mona Lisa reproduction casually hung on the wall, really makes me forget about the potential for bats in my hair…

  8. c yberc says: 92 comments

    I’m familiar with the area and this house is a bit on the high end with all the “listed problems” – bats – no heat or air upstairs and BTW the air doesn’t work? The area is busy but there’s a really large lot here. If it were me selling, I’d rid the house of the bats – replace the broken A/C and make any additional minor repairs. Then the price might be justified, as there’s still a ton to do. Love the bathrooms and the entire house is quite a beauty, she just needs some loving.

  9. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1066 comments
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    1885 Italianate.

    Awww this is so sweet, seems like an older/elderly person’s. Nice nice nice and who cares about bats- put up some bat houses and hire a bat dude to move them.

  10. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 826 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    SOLD 8/12/2018 (Zillow)


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