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#2719 North Carolina. Historic Victorian Bed and Breakfast for sale with 5 Guest rooms
Built in 1880 by WT Jones, President of the Tyson Jones Buggy Company, this historic Queen Anne Victorian stands a short walk from the center of town at the entrance to the beautiful historic district. The houses recently uncovered rich and interesting history has been featured in newspaper and magazine articles, as well as on WRAL TVs the Tarheel Traveler.
Fully restored in 2005-2006, guests enjoy the splendor of Victorian days while luxuriating in the comforts of modern times. Centrally located in the heart of the Sandhills Region, just minutes away from the world class golf courses of Pinehurst, a short drive to some of the best antique shopping in the region and 20 minutes from Seagrove, capitol of North Carolina pottery.
Four spacious guest rooms are located on the second floor, along with a large landing/library. Designed to make guests feel pampered in luxury, each large room features a queen or king bed with a pillow top mattress and a featherbed, luxury linens, and a goose down comforter and pillows. All rooms have working gas fireplaces with original mantles.
Each room has a private bathroom, 2 ensuite and 2 hall baths, while 3 of the bathrooms feature claw foot tubs.
The owner's quarters consists of a large 16 x20 master bedroom with a gas fireplace and remodeled bath. The huge walk-in shower with body sprays is a delight. A second bedroom is currently being used as a grandchildrens room, but could be converted into a 5th guest room. In addition, there is a large combination office/family room with a working Victorian stove. A private back porch opens off the kitchen and second bedroom.
The newly remodeled kitchen features granite counters, a bakers stand with marble countertop, a 5 burner gas cooktop with a pot filler, double ovens, warming drawer, lots of cupboard and drawer space, a large farmhouse sink and an extra-large walk-in pantry with a second refrigerator.
Renovation included 2 new furnaces, as well as a new sewer system and new heating and cooling systems. All windows were reglazed, extensive plumbing and electrical work completed and the exterior restored and painted. Extensive landscaping was done and the gardens showcase azaleas, camellias, roses, gardenias, magnolias and others.
The fairy tale atmosphere of this Victorian Inn provides an ideal place for weddings, showers or parties. The Inn specializes in small, intimate weddings. Beautiful brides float down the gingerbread staircase and join their intended in the large entrance hall while guests look on from both parlors.
Seasonally decorated, the large front hall invites you to come in and sit down. The original gingerbread staircase, tile hearth and carved mantle on the fireplace all remind you of days when homes were grander and people used to go calling.
The Inn offers 2 large parlors, the game room and the morning room, each with a gas fireplace and its own individual charm and character. Original heart pine hardwood floors run throughout the house, with new hardwoods in the kitchen and office. Large and filled with lots of natural light, the dining room features 2 built-in corner cupboards, a storage closet, a gas burning fireplace and can seat up to 20.
This property comes furnished with antiques, dishes, linens; everything you need to just walk in and take over the business.
This popular Inn has received the following excellent reviews from it's guests:
The room was wonderful, from the fireplace to the claw foot tub. High ceilings make the room feel twice its size. The bed was perfect. Breakfast was simply great! Relaxing quiet, something I will look forward to again and again.
First rate all around
Stayed on: 11 / 2010
Reviewed on: 11/26/2010
By all measures, this is a superb B & B--Pat's a fine hostess, the house is beautiful, clean, decorated with both taste and whimsy. Breakfast was lovely, and the unexpected evening snacks and complementary drinks a great touch. I imagine if you asked, Pat would even change the weather for you.
A "heavenly'" experience"
Stayed on: 8 / 2010
Reviewed on: 8/31/2010
This was a restful visit. Marvelously delicious food, sinking into a feather bed and a "feast" for all one's senses far exceeded my expectations ! The hostess graciously welcomes you in her home. Everything is so comfortable and there are so many beautiful decorations to look at. I highly recommend it to all.
Stayed on: 3 / 2010
Reviewed on: 4/17/2010
This North Carolina Victorian Bed and Breakfast is offered for sale at $599,000