506 Bringle Ferry Rd., Salisbury, NC 28144
This Salisbury, North Carolina, historic house has been up for sale for over a year now. Back in November 2015, it was listed at $39,777, but has since been reduced to $24,777. This reduced North Carolina home was built in 1872 and boasts three bedrooms, one bath and more than a half acre of land. Multiple fireplaces, hardwood floors, stunning staircase and original doors and trim are all the makings of a great restoration project. If you Google Map the property, you can see the improvements that have been made to the exterior. The outside was covered in brush before trees were removed and the home was given a new paint job and new roof. A mountain of work is still required, but what a beauty it could be! My daughter’s alma mater is Catawba College in Salisbury, and I can tell you it is a lovely town.
From the realtor: “The Historic Low House has had the first step of stabilization done-the outside. Now it needs YOU to update and renovate the inside to make it your own. Home needs substantial rehab & is not up to code; maintains original details such as bullseye molding, original doors, trim and mantles. New composition shingle roof and exterior primer/ paint were complete 2014 to stabilize home. Low House holds such promise and opportunity for those who love and understand what it takes to renovate a historic home. Come take a look for yourself, roll up your sleeves, and see the possibilities.”
See full listing here for North Carolina reduced home.