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    1419 Market Street

    Wilmington, NC 28401
    • $450,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 30 days
    • MLS #: 100265330
    $450,000
    • 3
      BEDS
    • 0.17
      ACRES
    • 2
      BATHS
    • 1
      1/2 BATHS
    • 2,294
      SQFT
    • $196
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1887
    County:
    Area:

    School Information

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    Middle School:
    High School:

    Description

    Extraordinary opportunity for historical buffs or anyone that wants their home to reflect the true flavor of Wilmington!Welcome to the Holloway-Hunt House, begun in 1887 and completed by 1905. William R Glenn, contractor, built this neoclassical Revival style house for Cammie Lord and Elisha Holloway. In 1918, it was purchased by Henry Lacy Hunt, a bank officer and wholesale grocer and this was home to the Hunt family until 1967.**note full pics and drone will be uploaded Sunday April 11.***This house has a prominent historic pedigree which has been recognized by the Historic Wilmington Foundation and was closely scrutinized by the Historic Preservation Commission and the City of Wilmington. Virtually no expense was spared in a faithful restoration to the exterior. This home and the restoration won the 2020 Preservation Award for Restoration.Like many historic homes, the Holloway-Hunt House had fallen into a sad state of disrepair. With modifications and historically inaccurate updates over the decades, the home's exterior needed total restoration from the roof to the foundation and every surface in between. With a keen commitment to historic preservation, the Holloway-Hunt House has been restored to its original stately appearance.The restoration focused on returning the structure to its original design and construction. The removal of a 1950-1970 addition to the rear of the home and a re-opening of the two-story rear porches were key aspects of the project. All original components of the home's exterior were salvaged, repaired or faithfully replicated in order to prepare the structure for another 100 years of service. Improvements include:Replacement of the Roof and gutters: The original built-in gutters, long since failed and damaged by incompatible repairs and temporary replacements, were re-lined with copper, hand formed and soldered on site. All downspouts were replaced as well to effectively shed water and protect the structurebelow. The roof was replaced with new asphalt shingle compliant with the Historic Preservation Commission guidelines. Siding and Trim Repairs: All failed siding was replaced with a custom milled wood siding to match the original. Where rotted beyond repair exterior trim including soffit, fascia, corner boards, and window trim was replaced in kind. Rotted columns and balusters on the front porch were salvaged, removed, restored with epoxy and reinstalled. Window Restoration: On the west side of the front porch a door was returned to its original configuration as a window by replicating and installing a new wood window to match the existing including pullies, sash weights and glazed panes. Additional window sashes were repaired with epoxy and one unsalvageable sash replaced in kind. A non-original window was removed from the kitchen as well to return the home to its original design. Exterior Repainting: Under EPA certification requirements, the entire exterior was prepared for painting following lead-safe work practices before repainting the entire structure. Paint color was researched and selected to best set off the charm of this home and its stature in the community. Rear Porches and Foundation: The rear porch modifications were removed and both porches rebuilt in keeping with their original design. The historic masonry foundation of rusticated concrete block (No longer available) was painstakingly disassembled, salvaged and reinstalled with lime mortar. New continuous footings were also installed to repair existing and prevent future settling of the rear porches. A new rear entry stair was constructed to allow for access to the rear of the home from the off-street parking. Preservation and repairs were done by Nick Balding at Balding Brothers with exceptional local craftsmen. The interior has begun with a new panel box but home needs rewiring. Kitchen and baths are very 80s and waiting for your design touches.

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    1419 Market Street Wilmington, NC 28401

    • Price: $450,000
    • Status: Active
    • MLS #: 100265330
    3
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    1
    ½ Baths
    0.17
    Acres
    2,294
    SQFT
    $196
    $/SQFT
    1887
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Historic District
    County:
    New Hanover
    Area:
    Wilmington
    Elementary School:
    Snipes
    Middle School:
    Virgo
    High School:
    New Hanover
    Property Description
    Extraordinary opportunity for historical buffs or anyone that wants their home to reflect the true flavor of Wilmington!Welcome to the Holloway-Hunt House, begun in 1887 and completed by 1905. William R Glenn, contractor, built this neoclassical Revival style house for Cammie Lord and Elisha Holloway. In 1918, it was purchased by Henry Lacy Hunt, a bank officer and wholesale grocer and this was home to the Hunt family until 1967.**note full pics and drone will be uploaded Sunday April 11.***This house has a prominent historic pedigree which has been recognized by the Historic Wilmington Foundation and was closely scrutinized by the Historic Preservation Commission and the City of Wilmington. Virtually no expense was spared in a faithful restoration to the exterior. This home and the restoration won the 2020 Preservation Award for Restoration.Like many historic homes, the Holloway-Hunt House had fallen into a sad state of disrepair. With modifications and historically inaccurate updates over the decades, the home's exterior needed total restoration from the roof to the foundation and every surface in between. With a keen commitment to historic preservation, the Holloway-Hunt House has been restored to its original stately appearance.The restoration focused on returning the structure to its original design and construction. The removal of a 1950-1970 addition to the rear of the home and a re-opening of the two-story rear porches were key aspects of the project. All original components of the home's exterior were salvaged, repaired or faithfully replicated in order to prepare the structure for another 100 years of service. Improvements include:Replacement of the Roof and gutters: The original built-in gutters, long since failed and damaged by incompatible repairs and temporary replacements, were re-lined with copper, hand formed and soldered on site. All downspouts were replaced as well to effectively shed water and protect the structurebelow. The roof was replaced with new asphalt shingle compliant with the Historic Preservation Commission guidelines. Siding and Trim Repairs: All failed siding was replaced with a custom milled wood siding to match the original. Where rotted beyond repair exterior trim including soffit, fascia, corner boards, and window trim was replaced in kind. Rotted columns and balusters on the front porch were salvaged, removed, restored with epoxy and reinstalled. Window Restoration: On the west side of the front porch a door was returned to its original configuration as a window by replicating and installing a new wood window to match the existing including pullies, sash weights and glazed panes. Additional window sashes were repaired with epoxy and one unsalvageable sash replaced in kind. A non-original window was removed from the kitchen as well to return the home to its original design. Exterior Repainting: Under EPA certification requirements, the entire exterior was prepared for painting following lead-safe work practices before repainting the entire structure. Paint color was researched and selected to best set off the charm of this home and its stature in the community. Rear Porches and Foundation: The rear porch modifications were removed and both porches rebuilt in keeping with their original design. The historic masonry foundation of rusticated concrete block (No longer available) was painstakingly disassembled, salvaged and reinstalled with lime mortar. New continuous footings were also installed to repair existing and prevent future settling of the rear porches. A new rear entry stair was constructed to allow for access to the rear of the home from the off-street parking. Preservation and repairs were done by Nick Balding at Balding Brothers with exceptional local craftsmen. The interior has begun with a new panel box but home needs rewiring. Kitchen and baths are very 80s and waiting for your design touches.
    Exterior Features

    Attached Garage Spaces 0.00 Construction Wood Frame Construction Type Stick Built Detached Garage Spaces 0.00 Driveway Spaces 2.00 Exterior Features None Exterior Finish Wood Siding Fencing Partial Foundation Crawl Space Location Type Mainland Lot Description Corner Lot Lot Dimensions 69X110x69x110 Parking Driveway Off Street Porch Balcony Deck Porch Road Type Frontage Public (City/Cty/St) Roof Shingle Total Carport Spaces 0.00 Waterfront No

    Interior Features

    Appliances Equipment DryerMicrowave - Built-InRefrigeratorStove/Oven - ElectricWasher Basement None Cooling System Central Dining Room Type Formal Fireplace 3+ Flooring TileVinylWood Heated Sq Ft Range 2200 - 2399 Heating System Forced AirHeat Pump Interior Features 9Ft+ CeilingsBlinds/Shades Laundry Location Kitchen Master Bedroom Level Second Master Bedroom Location Non Primary Living Area Number Rooms 8 Rooms Bedroom 1Bedroom 2Dining RoomKitchenLaundryLiving RoomMaster Bedroom Stories Levels Two

    Property Features

    Auction No City Limits Yes Cobra Zone No Electric Provider Duke Progress Energy Fuel Tank None Hoa And Neighborhood Amenities No Amenities Hoa YN No New Construction No Property Taxes 3675.31 Residential Sub Type Single Family Residence Secondary Subdivision N/A Sewer Provider Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Stipulation Of Sale None Tax Year 2020 Terms CashConventionalFhaVa Loan Total City Real Estate Property Tax 1738.92 Water Provider Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Water Sewer Municipal SewerMunicipal Water Zoning R-7



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