This doesn’t seem like a bad price! The home was built in 1910. It is located on 3.56 acres in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, crown molding, wide baseboards, and wainscoting. The home has built-ins and beadboard ceilings. The kitchen seems a bit wonky to me. There are parts of the home that are probably older. It was originally a cabin that was converted into this home in 1910. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms. $315,000
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From the Zillow listing:
A home in the country without leaving the city! This property is unique, to say the least. A cabin of unknown age that was converted into a farmhouse in 1910. An oasis of rural life within a mile of bustling city business, close proximity to hospitals, shopping, restaurants, banking, and much more Put your creative mind to work to make it your own and enjoy the 3+ acres of serenity and a long family legacy. Wear your boots!
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