Two Charming Homes on one almost half acre (.48) homesite in the highly desirable, downtown Carrboro's Mill District. These homes are currently being rented, but would also be great homes for a multi-generational situation. One level living! This property is dividable and if divided, the back property owner could add an auxiliary home.
Selling as is, undivided for $675,000
511 N. Greensboro Street: $425,000
511A N. Greensboro Street: $325,000
511 N. Greensboro Street is +/- 1400 square feet with four bedrooms and two full baths. Built in 1911, this home is quite possibly one of the oldest in Carrboro and qualifies to be on the historical registry. The home was used as the Carr Mill meeting house. It has a rocking chair front porch, hardwood floors, 10 ft. ceilings and shiplap on the walls.
The home is on the bus line and +/- 1/4 mile from Carr Mill mall.
Sold with 511A $675,000/ sold separately $425,000, pictured above.
(The diagram shows both homes on the property).
Formerly the Hogan Family Farmhouse, this home was moved to its present location in the mid 80's. This home has two large bedrooms, one bath with a clawfoot tub, a sunroom, hardwood floors, real wood cabinets, built ins, a large, private back yard, storage shed, peach tree, mulberries and beautiful large oak trees that grace the property. A new HVAC system is scheduled to be installed in late June. The Carrboro planning department says that if divided, the new owner could build an auxiliary home in back.
If sold with 511 N. Greensboro $675,000/ sold separately $325,000.
Both properties offered as is.
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