This historic home is located in downtown Windsor, NC in Bertie County close to the Cashie River. Windsor, NC is located in the Inner Banks of NC and offers a great central location. Windsor is around 25 minutes from Historic Edenton, just under 30 minutes from Ahoskie, just over 15 minutes from Williamston and 25 minutes from Plymouth. Windsor, NC is just an hour and a half from the NC Outer Banks, which is an ideal distance for a day trip to the beach and is a similar distance from all you can want in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.
According to tax records this Historic Home was built in 1910, but exact age is unknown. Walking through this home feels like a wonderful step back in time. The home needs a lot of TLC, but the potential of this historical gem is simiply amazing! The home has a downstairs kitchen area at the rear of the home that leads to a dining area and then a living area and parlor. The last room downstairs includes a bedroom and a full bathroom.
The upstairs includes two bedrooms and an additional room that was last used during the WW II area as a kitchen and bathroom for guests. While this home certainly needs a good deal of renovation one can truly imagine the final product in the hands of someone who is skilled or who has a lot of vision.
Property is located at 411 South King Street Windsor, NC. Home is on the corner of King Street and and East Water Street. East Water Street leads to Hwy 17 and King Street leads to Hwy 13. Home is located close to the Cashie River Center, backs up to the Windsor Methodist Church and is across the street from a gas station.
This Historic Home will be offered for sale via an Online Only Auction ending on Thursday September 7th at 7:00 PM. Bidding will open on August 10th and close on September 7th at https://billforbes.hibid.com United Country Forbes Realty & Auctions, LLC (hibid.com)
Pre-Auction offers can be considered by the seller. Call Broker/Auctioneer Jake Forbes 252-766-1600 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Showings by appointment. See attached inspections and disclosures.
The back of the property includes an easement to allow for adjoining property owner to access the back of their home.
According to the seller the inside of the home has never flooded, but the street has flooded to the point where the home was landlocked until the water receded.