This Queen Anne style house, features a wraparound porch with turned posts, balusters, and ornamental latticework. A projecting gabled portico contains a sunburst pattern in low relief. The house is asymmetrically massed with a high hip roof. Chimneys are interior and have corbelled brick caps. Notable overmantels containing beveled mirrors are framed by tall Ionic colonettes and feature laurel wreaths in low relief on the friezes. Wood paneling with ornamental latticework outlines the entrance foyer, stairway, and hall. An elaborate square, fluted newel post capped by a squat rounded finial features a sunburst design in low relief and dentil molding trim. Description of this property is taken from a book of Historic Architecture of Warsaw NC. Written by W. Frank Ainsley and assisted by Melba Lanely. This is a well maintained home with many updates made by owner. New energy efficient windows, sealed crawl space with vapor barrier and dehumidifier. Yard is filled with Dogwoods, Azales and Camellias. Unusually fine home in great condition located in the historic district. Showing by appointment only.