Solid brick Arts and Crafts home in Fulton Heights Historic District
Fulton Heights Historic District was one of Salisbury's Street Car subdivisions. Quality built Arts and Crafts Style Brick home with large front porch and portico overhanging driveway. Oak hardwood floors in living & dining room. Original Bookcases flank fireplace in LR. Kitchen has original Built in. Bedroom 4 has no closet. Rear deck (14x24) overlooks fenced yard with fountain and raised bed garden. Original blue & white tile in upstairs bathroom. Downstairs bathroom combo laundry room. Newer HVAC. original 4 over 1 arts and crafts style windows. common alley behind home and a small outbuilding that is shared with the neighbor. Active neighborhood group is not mandatory, NO HOA Fee Fulton Heights was Salisbury's first "planned" subdivision and also a Street car (trolley) neighborhood that connected Fulton Heights to Downtown Salisbury and the Southern Railroad's Shops in Spencer NC. The neighborhood is listed in the National Historic Register, although most houses are not individually listed. Click the link below for more pictures and the history of Salisbury and this neighborhood.
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Archived in December, 2017
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