Once Abandoned Historic 1898 Francis Marion Smith House Reduced to $425K in Gibsonville, North Carolina
The Francis Marion Smith House in Gibsonville, North Carolina, which was built in 1898, can now be purchased for $425,000 after a price drop. Listing details: The Francis Marion Smith house, which was built in 1898 and is now included on the National Register of Historical Places, dates back to that year. This superb house features aspects of both the Queen Anne and Colonial Revival design styles, including a high hipped roof, tall chimneys, Tuscan columns, and a front covered porch that wraps around the entire house.
The property features a patio, deck, storage building, and gazebo, and it is located in the middle of downtown Gibsonville. This exceptional home sits on a wide 1.34-acre lot. The interior consists of a huge floor plan that spans 3,536 square feet and includes 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 formal living rooms, a formal dining room with a built-in cabinet, 7 woodburning fireplaces, original heart pine floors, and significant original wood moldings throughout. The primary bedroom is located on the main floor and features two closets, a complete bathroom, and a shower that can be entered from outside. The ideal choice for someone who appreciates older and more historically significant residences. This home can receive a tax credit equal to fifty percent of its value because it is included on the historical registry. Please find attached the full history as well as any relevant information obtained from the registry site. Possibility of operating as a bed and breakfast or Air BnB! Tanya Wilson of Keller Williams Realty is the real estate agent who has the Francis Marion Smith House listed for sale for a price of $425,000. Lighthouse Visuals was responsible for the photography.