1911 Classical Revival – Gibson, NC

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4860 Main St, Gibson, NC 28343

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  • $67,900
  • Foreclosure
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3538 Sq Ft
  • 1.42 Ac.
Lovely turn of the century home in Gibson. Lots of charm and priced so you can give it some TLC.
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Jacque Britt, Hasty Realty
(910) 276-8680
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9 Comments on 1911 Classical Revival – Gibson, NC

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  1. Kfidei says: 357 comments

    Wow! Not a pink fan, but at this price there’s plenty left to spruce her up a bit. The curb appeal is tremendous…azaleas are beautiful when they’re in bloom. This looks like a great place to live, just needs a little buff up and some paint I think. The hardwood floors that are visible look to be in very good nick, and it looks like a charming little neighborhood. There is a smaller house across the street, and I’d love to go look at them both.

  2. Kristine says: 13 comments

    This home is beautiful! The only thing I would change is the pink entry hall. Rose is pretty and everything else. Love the stained glass, floors, wide halls. I would buy it in a minute!

  3. Graham says: 140 comments

    I agree great curb appeal. One thing I find kind of different is the main hallway and staircase. the way the left hand side of the hallway just sort of dead ends. Is this common? I really like the high ceilings and lots of light.
    There are always tons of things you can change but there are some things that are intrinsic to the house and this one gives me a good feeling.

    • Kfidei says: 357 comments

      A friend’s house has a similar situation in the entry hall, but at what appears to be a dead end there is a coat closet serving the entry way (but that may have been a later addition). Since we can’t see whats on the other side, maybe the same exists here. It’s difficult to see but perhaps the access to under stairs storage is located on that side, so that it’s not just a blind ell.

  4. Kfidei says: 357 comments

    The more I look at this house, the more possibilities I see. I think re-configuring the bath and getting rid of the kitchen island would go a long way towards restoring period charm. I am kind of loving the tall upper cabinets, and I also just noticed what looks like a lot of new vents and what looks like duct work in a closet… does this place have central heat and air?

  5. Nora Turner says: 2 comments

    ‘Oh to own this house’ it’s perfect for what I need just not sure about relocating.

  6. kathy stokes-phillips says: 174 comments

    the two columns tops dont match the right two column tops, wonder why?

  7. Karen Cameron says: 24 comments

    So shoot me – I like white woodwork. Black kitchen would have to go though.


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