1934 – Plymouth, NC – $100,000

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Added to OHD on 6/10/21   -   Last OHD Update: 7/16/21   -   6 Comments

540 Washington St, Plymouth, NC 27962

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  • $100,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2000 Sq Ft
  • 1.5 Ac.
This home, built in 1934 by a prominent businessman, needs a new owner that has a love of history and a desire to bring back the luxury of this 5 bedroom showplace. This property comes with a beautiful office space surrounded on 3 sides by original pulley windows. Restored pulley windows throughout the home. Located in the heart of Plymouth, NC the approx. 1.5 acres of land will ensure all the privacy you may desire. All of the bedrooms are large, the landing on the second floor could serve as an additional sitting area. Must see to appreciate.
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6 Comments on 1934 – Plymouth, NC – $100,000

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  1. JullesJulles says: 557 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I don’t understand. This is a beautiful home in good shape. Did you see the crown molding? Why is it so inexpensive? Is the wood processing plant pungent? The area looks really nice. Walk to the river or a good restaurant.

  2. My parents lived about 2 blocks from this house when I was born. My grandparents, aunts and uncles lived in Plymouth their whole lives. From my experience, the paper mill never smelled bad in town. The low price might reflect that the area is depressed economically despite the presence of the paper mill. I’d really love to know who built the house. My grandfather built many of the houses in Plymouth.

  3. DreamOnDreamOn says: 183 comments
    OHD Supporter

    There appears to be damage to the entryway ceiling and the bathroom needs updating. I’m sure the kitchen and second bath do s well. Probably all the electric and plumbing too. But all that gorgeous wood would make it all worthwhile.

  4. I can’t speak for this particular paper mill, but the one I am familiar with in York/Adams county PA reeks horribly. I wouldn’t want to live any where near that odor.

  5. ErnieErnie says: 348 comments

    In Albany Oregon there is or was at this point a paper plant next to the interstate. You could start getting whiffs of the plant a mile or so away depending on the wind. By the time you got up on it there is definitely a stink, like sulfur water or a sewage treatment plant. All of which would be a deal breaker for me.

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