1890 Folk Victorian – Liberty, NC – $124,900

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Added to OHD on 3/16/19   -   Last OHD Update: 3/16/19   -   15 Comments
618 N Greensboro St, Liberty, NC 27298

Map: Street

Price

$124,900

Beds

4

Baths

3

SqFt

2204

Acres

0.32

Own a piece of history This beautiful Victorian Farmhouse was built in 1890 and was once a prominent piece of Liberty, NC This home has 4 bedrooms with a fireplace in each, 4 Full Bathrooms, 2 Master Bedrooms (one on each floor), Original hardwood floors and walls throughout the home, Front and back covered porches, Large yard surrounding the home and many parts of the Old World Charm! Just needs a "little paint" and a few ideas and this gem would be shining again!
Contact Information
Edwin Argueta, Winland Group
(919) 588-3116
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15 Comments on 1890 Folk Victorian – Liberty, NC – $124,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9794 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Sit on the porch and watch trains go by, sounds great to me!

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  2. Avatarbettina says: 33 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I’ll be sitting right beside you Kelly. I love trains! My father was an engineer with Canadian National Railway for many years. I have traveled so much on Canadian trains, sometimes I feel like I was born on one!

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    • AvatarLaDona says: 19 comments

      I heard the Train from a few blocks away and I always feel like I am in a Norma Rockwell painting.

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  3. AvatarKfidei says: 346 comments

    With a few well placed trees and some creative landscaping, you could hide the trains from view, but you’d still hear them. It wouldn’t be that hard to create a green noise abatement landscape if you didn’t like the sound of them. I live about this far from a railroad, and I probably wouldn’t even notice the sound much. I have never seen floors look quite like this though, and I wonder how expensive it would be to bring them back. I am assuming they’re fixable…John Shiflet or some of the other resident experts could fix them, I am sure, but it looks like a fair bit of work.

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  4. AvatarKristine Casper says: 10 comments

    What’s with the two doors by the fireplaces? Big and smaller one below it.

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  5. AvatarCate says: 125 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Milwaukee, WI

    Wondering if the two doors by the fireplace could be wood storage in the lower and a cupboard in the upper??? Just a thought. I think a good sanding on the floors and some good stain would bring them to life.

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  6. AvatarKfidei says: 346 comments

    I think that’s a good guess… that wood is stored in the small cupboard near the floor. I think that’s an ingenious solution, and I wonder why this isn’t used more often. As to the floors, they look like they need more than a sanding. I am pretty clumsy, and in some spots they look as though they’d be enough to trip me up, or at least make me stub my toe.

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  7. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9794 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Relisted (just not sold yet.) I liked this one, thought I’d move it to the front page for another look at it.

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  8. AvatarKim Marshall says: 1 comments

    Curious about the second to last pic with the stairs that seem to lead to nowhere, and the railing that butts up against the window?🤔

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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9794 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Just a trick of the camera. There’s a step between the 2nd floor and staircase landing, you would be walking up the steps and turn left and then left to step up.

    • SouthwestlovesmommaSouthwestlovesmomma says: 123 comments

      I’ve seen homes where they add on a kitchen to the main home and the roofline cuts into the window. Sometimes they leave the window where it is in the wall and change the exterior only. There was a brink home on here lately. I always figured “it’s a safe place to keep a “spare” window” for future use.

  9. AvatarHandymam says: 1 comments

    Love this house, and love the color scheme which they carried inside and out. Lots of nice details.

  10. AvatarDavid Sweet says: 182 comments

    What a neat, simple old house! It’s almost like a vacation cabin:)

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