September 22, 2013

See Greg Rapp at the 38th OctoberTour™ of Historic Homes

For 38 years, the Historic Salisbury Foundation has been hosting the OctoberTour™ of Historic Homes. The 38th October Tour is just around the corner. Saturday and Sunday, October 12th and 13th, Salisbury, North Carolina will greet hundreds of guests as they fill the town to go on this wonderful tour of antique homes.

As autumn colors begin to arrive, the rich history and architecture of Salisbury is showcased in Historic Salisbury Foundation's annual OctoberTour™ of Historic Homes. Visitors to Salisbury get an inside peek at private, historic buildings, and experience Salisbury's charm in a select few of its ten districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Trolley rides, living history encampments, food vendors, artists and musical entertainment make this one event you don't want to miss.

Dr. Josephus W. Hall House, c. 1820: 226 South Jackson Street

The Bank Street Cafe is one of the treats of the OctoberTour™. Bank Street closes to vehicle traffic and becomes a food court where food vendors of all varieties set up, and the Historic Hall House Museum lawn becomes a stage for music performance all weekend long.

Salisbury Realtor® Greg Rapp will host an information booth at the Bank Street Cafe during the 38th annual OctoberTour™.  Greg has a magnificent collection of historic homes on the market ~ and once you see the beautiful homes on tour, it's guaranteed you will be hooked and will want to have one of these beautiful pieces of historic architecture for your own! Greg is the Realtor® to see!

Among the many historic homes available on the market today, Greg has the following homes (and more!) to show you:

•  301 W. Marsh Street is a prime example. This gracious brick home was featured not just once, but TWICE, in OctoberTour™. This circa 1925 home, though not on tour, is for sale at $369K and just waiting for its next historic home lover .

301 W. Marsh Street ~ c. 1925 ~ Greg Rapp Realtor® 704.213.6846

•  The Mary Steele Scales House at 126 E. Steele Street is another historic beauty that has also been featured on OctoberTour™. This wonderful circa 1893 Victorian, restored to every detail, has an influential history behind it as well! Talk to Greg Rapp who has this historic home listed for just $149K.

126 E. Steele Street ~ c. 1893 ~ The Mary Steele Scales House ~ Greg Rapp Realtor® 704.213.6846

•  Turn of the century more your style? Take in 927 N. Main Street and the charm of the c. 1928 hilltop bungalow with the coziest front porch you will ever find!  Let Greg Rapp show you this immaculately restored home, for sale at $149.9K.

917 N. Main Street ~ The North Main Historic District ~ Greg Rapp Realtor® 704.213.6846
•  Up for a challenge? Want to be a part of a neighborhood revitalization movement? Check the c. 1900 homes at 812 and 820 S. Jackson Street, part of the Chestnut Hill neighborhood revitalization effort! These homes are priced right for the right person to uplift the homes and the neighborhood, which promises to soon have historic designation in the future! Contact Greg Rapp, 704.213.6846, and see what how much historic house just $19K, yes NINETEEN, will get you!

812 and 820 S. Jackson Street ~ circa 1900 ~ CHESTNUT HILL REVITALIZATION PROJECT ~ Greg Rapp Realtor®

And the grande dame ~ The Bernhardt House at 305 E. Innes Street ~ a grand scale c. 1882 Victorian in a highly visible site, immaculately restored by the Historic Salisbury Foundation ~ is just waiting to be your home or business . . . or both, and at $175K, is a bargain by any standards!  Let Greg Rapp show you why!
305 E. Innes Street ~  The Bernhardt House circa 1882 ~ Greg Rapp Realtor®
12 historic houses are featured on this year's tour. Of the 12 ~ Greg Rapp sold two of these properties: The Tankersley-Tatum House, c. 1902, at 217 South Ellis Street; and the Silliman-Peeler-Miller House, c. 1893, at 424 East Bank Street. When we say Greg Rapp is the area's expert on historic homes, we mean it!

The J. R. Silliman House ~ SOLD ~ Greg Rapp Realtor®

The Tankersley-Tatum House, circa 1902 ~ Greg Rapp Realtor®

So mark your calendar for October 12 & 13, 2013 and plan your relaxing weekend getaway to historic Salisbury, North Carolina.  Enjoy OctoberTour™, visit Greg at the Bank Street Cafe, and talk to him about which one of these historic homes can be yours in the very near future.  Once you go on the OctoberTour™ ~ you'll be hooked!

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