1918 Craftsman – Wilson, NC

Added to OHD on 3/28/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   8 Comments
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National Register

1007 Nash St NW, Wilson, NC 27893

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  • $94,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2244 Sq Ft
  • 0.3 Ac.
You've got to see the Nadal House! One of Wilson's most unique bungalows is waiting for a new owner to renovate and bring back to it's former glory. Located in West Nash Historic District, this home has a fantastic porch!3 bedrooms, 2 baths downstairs with large living and dining rooms. 3 fireplaces!Upstairs has 2 bonus rooms and another bath which would be great for office, kids or crafts. Call today!
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Allyson Moye, Womble Real Estate
(252) 291-1123
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8 Comments on 1918 Craftsman – Wilson, NC

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  1. CTimmCTimm says: 30 comments
    1913 Venacular Rowhouse
    Easton, PA

    A lot of interesting details with this one and although it needs some work, it could be a real beautiful place when done. The neighborhood has some fine houses up and down this street. This earlier listing has more photos:
    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1007-Nash-St-NW-Wilson-NC-27893/2091606532_zpid/

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    • miles227miles227 says: 248 comments
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      1955 Storybook Ranch
      Northridge, CA

      The exterior is magnificent! I love the dovetail detail at the bottom of the king post on the front roof truss, it’s much easier to see the older photos on Zillow.

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  2. WilsonNCFan says: 187 comments

    We know a lot about this place. We have been in it quite a bit. It is owned by a local preservation group who did not spend the funds wisely when they bought the house. There is no running water, no heating or air conditioning, the electricity is not fully completed. A certificate of occupancy needs to be obtained. It has a small yard and small garage. The last person who looked at it had I believe three contractors come in and the bids to complete it were between $125K-$175K. That does not include the price of the house. The zoning for this area is unique as there is a spa right across the street. A bare lot is next door which almost anything can be built. The area where it is located has many nice homes. The street it is on is the main street which leads to Downtown Wilson. The city has many nice vintage houses that can be restored. Many are for sale by owner so not on the MLS. It is about 45 min from Raleigh, 2 hrs to the ocean/beach and about 4 hrs or less to the mountains. This house sadly had many of the wrong things done to it and has a poor floor plan for a family. A good starter home for someone who can do most things themselves. Wilson inspectors are brutal so beware what you do yourself. Almost everything needs a permit 🙂

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    • Debra WendtSaintsing says: 2 comments

      Thank you for the honesty. People need to know these things before buying their “dream home”.

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    • StevenFStevenF says: 785 comments
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      1969 Regency
      Nashville, TN

      I think Preservation groups seek to stabilize the structure by repairing things like the foundation and the roof. They do not install a/c and plumbing. Their goal is to stabilize the structure, eliminating issues that can cause moisture damage and structural decay. Not prepare it for sale as a habitable house.

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  3. Mare says: 4 comments

    So much potential for an artist like me! ?❤️ But sadly will have to pass.

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  4. ColleenW says: 26 comments

    Exactly where I want to live and just the house I want and at a great price. If only it didn’t need all that expensive work done. I could do the simple things!

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  5. Allison says: 32 comments

    The first thing I’d do is strip the woodwork. It breaks my heart to see painted woodwork by people who wanted to “lighten up the place”. If I had the money, I’d buy this in a heartbeat!

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