UNDER CONTRACT! Residential Property For Sale in Edgecombe County NC!

Have you been looking for an affordable home in a quaint neighborhood? If so, you need to check out this home! Located on a corner lot, this property is ideal for anyone who is looking for a starter home in great shape or if you’re downsizing and looking for a quiet neighborhood in a great small town!

Take a look at this affordable home! Located in the heart of Tarboro, the county seat for Edgecombe County, sits this quaint home. There is a wooden front porch that spans almost the length of the home, a ramp accesses to the back door, a two-car carport, and a storage building in the back yard. There are a couple of fruit trees in the yard and the home is located on a corner lot. You are minutes from a Wal-Mart, numerous gas stations, grocery stores, and other amenities.

The home consists of two bedrooms and one bathroom. From the living room you can walk out the front door and access the front porch. The kitchen has refrigerator, stove, and an older farmhouse sink (see photo gallery), which conveys in the sale. There is also a small back porch area where the washing machine and hot water heater is located. The home has been well kept and is ready for you to move in!

The Tar River is only minutes away from the property. “The Tar River is a river that is approximately 346 kilometers (215 mi) long, of northeast North Carolina flowing generally southeast to an estuary of Pamlico Sound. The Tar River becomes the tidal Pamlico River once it underpasses the U.S. Highway 17 Bridge in Washington, North Carolina.” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tar_River

“Tarboro Historic District is a national historic district located near Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 364 contributing buildings in central Tarboro. It includes a variety of industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional buildings dating from the late 18th through early-20th centuries. Located in the district are the separately listed Tarboro Town Common, The Barracks, Redmond-Shackelford House, Pender Museum, Blount-Bridgers House, Coates-Walston House, Calvary Episcopal Church and Churchyard, and the Cotton Press complex.” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarboro_Historic_District

“Tarboro was established by the North Carolina Colonial Legislature in 1760. The town served the area as an important Colonial river port and thriving trade center until the Civil War. Although it is generally agreed that the area around Tarboro was settled by 1733, Mosley’s map of that year shows only Tuscarora Indians. In early days, the area was widely known as “Tawboro,” a name attributed to “Taw,” the Indian word for “river of health.” Tarrburg, as the town was called on maps of 1770-75, was chartered November 30, 1760 as Tarborough by the General Assembly. ” – http://www.tarboro-nc.com/visitors/tarboro_history/index.php

Showings for this property must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. Please contact Andrew Walters for scheduling and more information on this home.

Andrew Walters is an Edgecombe County native and currently Resides in Edgecombe County. For more information on this property as well as other properties for sale in Edgecombe County please contact ANDREW WALTERS at (252) 904-3184, by email at AWALTERS@MOSSYOAKPROPERTIES.COM, or visit NCLANDPRO.COM.