The description of this property is taken from a book of Historic Architecture of Warsaw, NC. Written by W. Frank Ainsley and assisted by Melba Laney.
A large Neo-classic revival style house built in 1920. This center hall plan house has a wraparound porch with clustered Tuscan posts on brick pedestals. The double door front entrance, which features a transom and bull’s eye corner blocks at the top of narrow pilasters, is beneath an extended pedimented gable porch roof. The over-sized windows, five feet wide are twelve-over two panes. Side gables are also pedimented, while the front gable contains a round louvered vent. An old hitching post is located on Hill Street to the front left of the house. A coffered dining room ceiling highlights the interior woodwork. Move in ready. On of Duplin County’s best homes updated with updates including solid surface cabinets, Jacuzzi in one of the three bathrooms. Call for an appointment.