March 27, 2015

1900s Design ~ Biltmore's Fun Campaign ~ and Homes in Salisbury NC!

Check out this fun campaign our wonderful Biltmore in Asheville NC is running!

Biltmore is hosting the premier exhibition of Dressing Downton™: Changing Fashion for Changing Times through May 25, 2015. Both Biltmore House and Highclere Castle, where the Downton Abbey® series is filmed, are striking examples of 1900s design. 

To celebrate that era, the Biltmore is giving its Pinterest followers a chance to win a shopping spree in its online store where you will find many products in the spirit of the early 1900s!

Imagine you lived in a grand home of that time period. How would you decorate? What would you wear? Use pins from the Biltmore's “1900s Style” board or find your own inspiration on Pinterest and then fill out the form below to enter.

Then. . . .  picture these styles as they really were, when people of the 1900s era built and lived in these fabulous homes right here in Salisbury, North Carolina:

♦ The J.R. Crawford House - circa 1900 - a stately 1900 Victorian on N Main Street in Salisbury. On the market for just $65,000!

♦ The Wright-Kesler/Cannon Mills House - likely built in 1891, but not appearing in city directories until 1907 - a magnificent 5-bedroom home on Park Avenue in Salisbury NC ~ listed right now for $114,900!

♦ The H.C. Lentz House - circa 1920 - a wonderful American Bungalow in the desirable Fulton Heights neighborhood! Oh! The Roaring Twenties!! - buy it for $69,000!

♦ Brooklyn South Square Victorian Cottage - circa 1900 - built in 1900, a is picture-perfect, vintage cottage - for sale at $95,900!

♦ Granite Quarry Craftsman Bungalow - circa 1920 - Love the blue metal roof on this cottage style bungalow in peaceful little Granite
Quarry, North Carolina - yours for $79,900!

♦  Post-War Spencer Cottage - circa 1947 - the cutest house EVER - for just $52,000!

Any time you'd like to know more about these wonderful 1900s homes in Rowan County, North Carolina ~ just give Realtor® Greg Rapp a call - (704) 213-6846!  Or better yet...make an appointment to see them in person!  They just don't make homes like this any longer ~ and this is the perfect opportunity to make one of these 1900s beauties your own! 

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

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