Situated only one mile from the Atlantic Ocean and 1 1/2 miles from the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, this property is incredibly tempting, almost escaping a post. The listing encompasses the main 1910 house, a store, and a modular home. Considering tearing down the modular home, the low price could be attributed to potentially astronomical insurance costs. The main house, constructed in 1910, rests on .93 acres in Buxton, North Carolina. It boasts a spacious covered front porch, hardwood floors, an arched entryway, bead board, and a built-in china cabinet. With five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,042 square feet, this property is listed at $173,200.

Contact Charlie Newsome with Howard Hanna: 252-207-7977

From the Zillow listing:

Fantastic opportunity in the village of Buxton! Traditional 1910 two story, 3000 SF home, second modular structure and former store building. This is a high, sandy lot, located in town, about 1.5 miles from the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, about 1 mile from the Atlantic Ocean and about 3 miles from wind surfing and kite boarding areas on the Sound.

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