Love that stove! Has a guest house. Circa 1864. On 17 acres in North Carolina. $1,297,000

I love the stove! This is known as the Old McKee-Miller Farm. It was built in 1864. It is located on 17 acres in Hurdle Mills, North Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, exposed beams, large fireplaces, wide baseboards, double front doors, chair rails and claw foot tubs. There are multiple outbuildings on the property, including a guest house with a full kitchen. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,702 square feet. $1,297,000

Contact Kelly Garnett with Willowdale Realty and Property

From the Zillow listing:

Built in 1864, this 17-acre Old McKee-Miller Farm compound/estate gem is a slice of another era. Large, grand main 2700 SF house (plus 646 SF extra usable heated rooms!) with six fireplaces, 1181 SF modern guest house, four-horse stable and tack room, 3 1-acre paddocks for horses to run free, large 1844 SF hay barn, 3030 SF workshop, goldfish pond, apple/pear/cherry/pecan/fig trees, chicken coops. Only 25 minutes to Duke, UNC, RTP, and 10 minutes to downtown Hillsborough, this time-preserved yet modernized home and outbuildings are calling you home. Main house boasts its original: gorgeous acorn banister, hand-blown glass windows, heart-of-pine wood floors. Glorious large, antique eat-in kitchen with modern Thermador and Miele appliances and soapstone counters, fresh exterior paint, updated bath, antique parlor, cozy dining room, impressive screened porch, 4BR/3BA. Outbuildings can be used for residential compound houses or rental-income units. Sizable bedrooms! Guest house has full

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