About This 1900 Victorian In Scotland Neck North Carolina
This two-story, wood-frame house with Italianate and Queen Anne-style details sits majestically on Main St. and serves as a focal point of the Historic District. Interior features include large windows with molded cornices, symmetrical three-bay facade, wide center hall, large rooms, formal dining and living rooms in front, master suite on left side back, large kitchen, mud room, ‘pub’ room, informal family room with built-ins, on-demand water heater, new stove and range hood, new plumbing, 3-HVAC zones (propane down and heat pump up), gas logs in family room.
Other features include three full baths, 2 half baths, office/craft room, large bedrooms, nonworking fireplaces with original mantles, heart pine flooring and cedar lined closet. Outside features: full, wide front porch, private, extra large lot running from Main Street to Church Street, beautiful landscaping, ell-shaped back porch, private fenced-in courtyard, metal storage building, carriage house with new roof, 9 raised garden beds and so much more. Easy sidewalk walk to downtown. The house is located on the highest point between the Tar and Roanoke Rivers – both recreational rivers in the area.