About This 1854 Greek Revival In Salisbury North Carolina
Beautiful Historic Greek Revival was built on the highest point in the Town of Salisbury in 1854. The house survived the Civil War (the handwritten diaries of those who witnessed Sherman’s Raid still remain in the home). This majestic West Bank Street residence has been host to Thomas Edison, Woodrow Wilson & many more dignitaries. Completely restored home offers beautiful custom kitchen with quartz counters & walk-in pantry.
The architectural features of this home include 12 Ionic columns supporting two porches, original millwork, deep crown moldings, mantels & over-mantels. There’s 12 foot ceilings downstairs & 10 foot ceilings upstairs, built-in cabinets, transom & heart of pine wood floors. All 6 fireplaces are exceptionally oversized & are surrounded by the original custom mantels. This home is located in the beautiful West Square Historic District & is walking distance to downtown Salisbury where there are 75 shops, 15 restaurants, a variety of churches & the public library.