Old North Carolina Farmhouse for Free! (You've Got To Move It.)

“Price: $0 (must be moved)
Location: Grimesland, North Carolina, USA.

The History:…Around 1910, William (Faucette) built this grand farmhouse on the site of the original house, and he lived there with his wife and daughter, both named Louise. The house stayed in the family until 2011, when the owner of an adjacent property bought the estate for the land. He is now offering the house to anyone willing to move it.

Shown: The 4,363-square-foot house has six bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. It retains original exterior details, such as Doric columns and the center gable’s fish-scale shingles.”

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2 Responses to Old North Carolina Farmhouse for Free! (You've Got To Move It.)

  1. Anonymous says:

    this must be heartbreaking for the families involved, but maybe someone will make a good go of this….


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  2. Anonymous says:

    Yes, it is very heartbreaking to the Faucette Family. They are hoping someone will be able to afford to move it. My Mother lived in this house as a child. She has fond memories of it.

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