1837 Abandoned Plantation On 156 Acres In Magnolia North Carolina
607 Trinity Church Rd, Magnolia, North Carolina, 28453
6 beds1 bath4,670 sqft ¦ 156 acres
About This 1837 Abandoned Plantation On 156 Acres In Magnolia North Carolina
This is a beautiful property, consisting of a very large 1837 historic home on 156 acres of farmland, woodland, pasture, river frontage and pond on land. Both wooded and open, agricultural land. Small fishing pond.
FSBO and reduced to move quick. $399,900. PLEASE CONTACT OWNERS REP DIRECTLY AT 941-735-2643.
This property has an 1837, large, 3 story, 4670+sq ft, historic plantation home on the front of the property. It has been in the remodeling stage for quiet some time, as the present owner and her late husband had dreams of bringing this home back to life. Massive columns were moved from another very old home near Raleigh, NC to give the home it’s bold, front appearance. Each room and floor of this home has lots of history to it; the 3rd floor even being a dance hall a very long time ago. 6 bedrooms, 1 bath as it is right now.
The land is now being used as farmland and hunting land by the local hunting club. It could possibly have multiple future purposes. There is also a pond on the land, along with some river frontage on the back of the land.
The house could either be restored by the right buyer or disassembled and the building products sold off, as the wood is original throughout the home, along with the very expensive columns on the front and other historic pieces of the home.
Deer, duck, bear, and turkey hunting
Power to property
Country setting less than an hour to Wilmington and approximately 1 hr 15 mins to Raleigh.
WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE HOME
The massive columns in the front of this history-filled home represent the size of the beauty of this entire property, in a complete package. So much love and fun has filled this home since 1837, from the community dances in the 3rd story long, long ago to the love the current owner has given this home over 46 years. If only these walls could talk…