J. Beale Johnson House
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Just outside Raleigh, the J. Beale Johnson House on the National Register of Historic Places is an elegant Neoclassical house built in 1906. Fully renovated in 1968 and owned by same family since. Situated on 13.9 beautiful acres, this grand home has 5 bedrooms 3 full baths and first floor master bedroom. 4 fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, grand central hallways on first and second floors. Third floor finished dormer and large walk-in attic. Historic Tax Credit reduces property tax by 50%. Also includes a guest house which provides rental income of $1000 per month.
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Guest House Rents for $1000 mo
|3,000 with 50% Historic Tax Credit
|Assessed Tax Value
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