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$ 80,000

1890 Victorian

601 South Main Street
Seaboard, North Carolina

William Ivey Long House

Built post Civil War, this 1890 two story Victorian style home has unique features and is in the general historic district.Owned by William Ivey Long, New York's on and off Broadway, 17 time Tony Award winning costume designer!

The eat-in kitchen/back porch were added, but the house takes you back in time.It has the original intricate Gingerbread brackets decorating the wrapped trim on the outside, 5 fireplaces (not used), including a wood burning stove and one with gas logs & handmade carpenter Gothic trim in the parlor/library, some original fixtures, lofty ceilings, some beadboard ceilings and an appealing 2 story bay window in the front.

The 1st floor has an eat-in kitchen, br with a half bath (being used as a formal dining room), library/parlor, living room with bay window, full bathroom and back porch with washer/dryer hookup. The second floor has 3 br's and a full bathroom with a cast iron tub.
Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 2
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 2,800
Acres 0.8
MLS No. 126403

Features.

  • Carport
  • Storage Building
  • 5 Fireplaces
  • Wood floors
  • Claw-foot Tub(s)
  • Transoms
  • Vintage light fixtures
  • Back porch

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