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Listing No. 32914

1840 Early Classical Revival
Shelby, NC

The James Heyward Hull House

This gem is back on the market at no fault of the seller. So many options! A rare opportunity to own a grand personal residence, a rental income producing property, a great business location, a co-housing project or possibly a multifamily project using the main house as the anchor. The historic James Heyward Hull House, located within walking distance to downtown Shelby, was built around 1840 and later renovated to create 3 rental units upstairs while retaining the downstairs for the personal family residence. In addition, there is a small tenant dwelling located at the rear of the 1.4 acres property, providing a 4th rental unit, and a separate brick garage with an adjoining space.

Recent updates include new roof, exterior and interior paint, refinished hardwood floors, plumbing and electrical updates, and new central HVAC metered for the individual units.
Bedrooms: 8
Full Bath(s): 7
Heated Sq. Ft.: 5,869
Acres: 1.400

Contact Information:

Allen Tate Wesley Chapel

Tracey Calfo photo Tracey Calfo

Mobile: 919-389-7007


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  • Has Rentable Unit(s)
  • Sunroom
  • Built-in Bookcases
  • Fireplaces
  • Wood floors
  • Cast Iron Radiators
  • Stained woodwork/doors
  • Garage
  • Porte-cochère

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