356 Second St, Ayden, NC 28513
$64,000 ~ Pending ~ Sold for $39,900 on 10/30/2020
Now on a street with tract houses, this fixer upper foreclosure most likely was a farmhouse with some acreage when it was built in 1905. It is located 90 minutes from Atlantic Ocean beaches.
The house was built a decade after William Henry Harris requested that the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad build a railroad depot on a portion of his farm in order to create a village. His 40-acre parcel was divided into residential lots surrounding the depot in “Harristown,” with Harris retaining ownership of every other lot. The town’s name was later changed to Ayden (pop. 4,932).
Turn this foreclosure farmhouse into your dream come true! From the relaxing front porch swing to the open kitchen perfect for large family dinners, you will not be disappointed. Master bedroom and Jack and Jill bath downstairs. 2 guest bedrooms upstairs.
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