June 19, 2019

Oversized 1920 Bungalow in Historic Salisbury NC - For Sale!

WOW!! You might have to look at this wonderful circa 1920 bungalow 2 or 3 times to let it all soak in! Listed with Greg Rapp of Wallace Realty - and with 3,025 square feet of Arts & Crafts living space, 5 bedrooms, and 3 baths . . . this gorgeous home is almost more Victorian than bungalow, but the steeply pitched hip roof with multiple gables give this early 20th century home's bungalow roots away.


At 200 West 14th Street in Salisbury, North Carolina, just outside the borders of the North Main Street Historic District, you will first be greeted by a beautiful and large wrap-around porch with stunning mahogany floors.  We can see you now relaxing in warm fall evenings on this rocking-chair veranda in true Southern style. 




Through the handsome front door bordered by multi-pane sidelights, a formal parlor awaits, with bright wainscoting and chair rail, gleaming hardwood flooring, and its impressive fireplace with original mantel piece.




French doors take you to the formal dining room where a tall plate rail draws your eyes skyward in this 10'-ceiling room! A large opening with pretty vintage trim leads you to a den with horizontal, floor-to-ceiling wainscoting that really draws the eye into the openness of the adjoining rooms, rather than just the traditional vertical hanging. It will catch your attention right . . . and also makes picture hanging a breeze - level every time! Note the hardwood floors throughout!


In the spacious kitchen, newer custom cabinetry repeats the wainscoting theme that is found throughout this vintage home. The pretty wood floors here make an artistic statement with wood inlay diamond-shaped patterns in a deeper stain. A breakfast nook with a built-in banquette (with under-storage!) is a cozy place for informal meals and snacks. The tile backsplash makes for easy clean-up, and plenty of counterspace, a cooktop, and wall oven, are a baker's or the chef's delight!









Exit the kitchen through a pretty little breezeway or coatroom with more charming beadboard walls to a large deck to the rear of the kitchen that creates an al-fresco dining opportunity.



A first-floor bath separates the kitchen breezeway from a wonderful enclosed porch, now a sunroom, where loads of large windows with window seats stream natural light while allowing views of the landscaped rear yard. A door here also exits to the deck.

And wait . . . off the enclosed porch is a small room ideal for office or workshop.If this room is your office . . . what a delight to escape the desk for a minute and take in some fresh air and greenery!



Two of the home's five bedrooms are on the first floor. You will note that one is currently configured as a guest bedroom, while the other is home to a baby grand piano!  Upstairs, two more bedrooms, and handsome bath with dual vanities in a vintage sideboard, AND  the owner's suite are tucked into and under gables: so visually appealing! The owner's bath includes a stand-alone shower and an under-the-eaves bath with clawfoot tub - a cozy relaxation nook!

1st Floor Bedroom #1

1st Floor Bedroom #2
2nd Story Bedroom #3
2nd Story Bedroom #4

Upstairs Bath
Owner's Suite (Bedroom #5)





BONUS: The owner's suite not only has its own private bath, but it has your new favorite spot: a second-story balcony overlooking a picturesque backyard abundant with wildlife, fig trees, blueberry bushes, grape arbor, elevated garden and more.





From the balcony, you'll see two large outbuildings that could be used for almost anything: garden sheds, workshop, artist studio, man-cave/she-shed. . . let your imagination run! In addition, the deep back yard offers an expanse of raised bed gardens luxuriating in blueberry bushes, a place for your tomatoes, and more!






Just because 200 W. 14th Street is a vintage home doesn't mean that its mechanicals are vintage!  The home is equipped with THREE separate HVAC units: downstairs is gas; two upstairs units are heat pumps. A tankless water heater will save you LOADS on water heating costs! The exterior is clad with cement board (low maintenance and high longevity!) and the home got its new roof in 2005. This vintage home is ready to rock the 2020s and then some!



The North Main Historic District is an intact representation of residential architectural styles from the late 1800s through the 1930s. This same representation spills over into the surrounding neighborhood, where you can get a beautiful vintage home without the restrictions of a historic district.

So when you are looking for that old-world charm with all the updates, look at 200 W. 14th Street first ~ we promise you will be hard pressed to find better for the price!  Call Realtor Greg Rapp, Salisbury's premier real estate agent for historic properties, at 704.213.6846 for your private showing today!


200 W 14th
Street Salisbury, NC 28144
$214,000
CMLS# 3517552





Greg Rapp 
Wallace Realty Co. 
704 213 6846 Mobile 
704 636 2021 Office 
www.realestatesalisbury.net 




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May 29, 2019

WOW! Circa 1875 Victorian Cottage Under $80K!!

WOW is right!  Mark our words, it's hard to find a vintage home this clean for this price!  Listed with Greg Rapp of Wallace Realty, the area's historic home expert, now is the opportunity scoop up this little gem!


Welcome to 422 E. Fisher Street ~ a circa 1875 Victorian-era cottage, freshly painted inside and out . . . for $79,900!



Located in the Brooklyn South Square Historic District, one of (10) historic districts in Salisbury North Carolina, this home is just (3) blocks from the award-winning Historic Downtown, offering a plethora of dining, shopping, microbreweries, and arts and culture. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Shaver-Crowell-Fisher House, and classified as a contributing structure in the district.



Let's check it out:

422 E. Fisher Street is a 1,424 s.f. single-story Victorian-era cottage, with 3 bedrooms and a single bath. Check out the cute rocking chair front porch.



The spacious living boasts a fireplace (currently non-functioning) with attractive mantel and wood floors.  The large dining room has newer linoleum flooring (and a dropped ceiling).





The kitchen offers new linoleum floor coverings and all new appliances that will convey.


Because a house of this era would not have featured closets, the bedrooms offer newer modern closet structures. The master holds the home's other fireplace (non-funtional). Note the pretty arched doorways.






422 E. Fisher Street welcomes relaxation in its deep, shady back yard. The recently refurbished standing-seam metal roof is another welcome feature!



This home is eligible for City of Salisbury Historic Preservation Grants for exterior improvements. Historic Preservation Commission oversight applies per the Design Guidelines.

Ready to scoop up this circa 1875 cottage and make it yours? Call Realtor® Greg Rapp today at 704.231.6846!





422 E. Fisher Street
Salisbury NC 28144
CMLS:#3503897
$79,900





Greg Rapp 
Wallace Realty Co. 
704 213 6846 Mobile 
704 636 2021 Office 
www.realestatesalisbury.net