Bungalows and Cottages

Updated June 29, 2022

A bungalow is a one or one-and-a-half story home, typically with a front porch and often, though not always, relatively small and intimate. “Cottage” as an architectural style (rather than as functional description, such as vacation cottage) describes small homes, informal and descended from modest farm houses and other rural dwellings.

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Greensboro, High Point and Guilford County
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Alamance, Caswell and Rockingham Counties
Stokes, Surry, Yadkin and Davie Counties
Davidson, Randolph and Montgomery Counties

Recent Sales

  • $260,000
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,379 square feet, 0.27 acre
  • Price/square foot: $109
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed June 14, 2022
  • Last sale: $224,500, January 2022
  • Neighborhood: Lexington Residential Historic District (NRHP)
  • Note: The property is zoned for business but has been used as a residence.
  • District NRHP nomination: “One-and-one-half-story Craftsman bungalow with a clipped-side-gable roof and a clipped-gable dormer; wraparound porch engaged on the front and supported by square posts on brick piers spanned by a wood railing, 4/1 sash, brick interior chimneys, triangular eave brackets, asbestos siding, brick retaining wall at sidewalk.”

Greensboro, High Point and Guilford County

1117 Virginia Avenue, Greensboro
listing withdrawn June 4, 2022; relisted June 14, 2022
sale pending June 22, 2022

  • $450,000 (originally $425,000)
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, 2,721 square feet, 0.22 acre
  • Price/square foot: $165
  • Built in 1910
  • Listed May 18, 2022
  • Last sale: April 1972, price not recorded on deed
  • Neighborhood: Fisher Park Historic District (local and NRHP)
  • Listing: “Detached shed in the backyard can be turned into additional living space or storage.”
  • District NRHP nomination: “Gable-end with with roof sweeping in flair over engaged font porch; shed dormer across front; pilasters & large round corners at porch”
    • The earliest listed occupant was Thomas L. Higgs and his wife (wives were unidentified in the city directory at the time) in 1918. He was an engineer with J.A. Latham Co.

912 N. Eugene Street, Greensboro
The Howlett-Harrington House
sale pending May 13, 2022

  • $369,000
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,813 square feet, 0.19 acre
  • Price/square foot: $204
  • Built in 1927 (per county, but probably by 1923)
  • Listed May 11, 2022
  • Last sale: $260,000, April 2015
  • Neighborhood: Fisher Park Historic District (local and NRHP)
  • Note: The property includes a gazebo and a storage shed with electricity, now used as a workshop.
    • District NRHP nomination: “Gable-end rectangle with columned one-bay portico and columned side porch.”
    • The original address was 912 Keough Street.
    • The original owners appear to have been Willis Scott Howlett (1880-1947) and his widowed mother, Adolia Ann Yocum Howlett (1851-1933). Willis bought the property in 1922; by the time he sold it in 1931, Adolia’s name was included on the deed. Willis worked in various positions for the North Carolina Public Service Company. The address first appears in the city directory in 1923 with both listed as occupants.
    • In 1939 the house was bought by John T. Harrington, the assistant county auditor, and Frances K. Harrington. The owned it until they died, John in 1982 and Frances four months later in 1983.

210 W. Fisher Avenue, Greensboro
The Armfield-Morrison House

  • $335,000
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,754 square feet, 0.37 acre
  • Price/square foot: $122
  • Built in 1909
  • Listed May 4, 2022
  • Last sale: $198,000, April 1997
  • Neighborhood: Fisher Park Historic District (local and NRHP)
  • Note: This block of Fisher Avenue is part of the Downtown Greenway.
  • District NRHP nomination: “Cross gables, two front bays; partially enclosed wraparound front porch supported by fluted Corinthian columns”
    • The original owners were Joseph Henry Armfield and (1876-1949) Vivian Ann Pegram Armfield (1888-1976). Joseph bought the lot in 1907, and they were married in 1908. Joseph is identified in the city directory as a chief clerk.
    • The Armfields sold the property in 1921 to William Worth Morrison (1887-1970) and Daisy Deborah Gray Morrison (1883-1947). William was a founder and president of the Morrison-Neese Furniture Company. In 1939 he received the Cavalier Award as “one of the outstanding furniture men in America.” He served as company president until he retired in 1945. In retirement, he served as a consultant and lecturer in the merchandising division of the National Retail Furniture Association.
    • Daisy was born in LaGrange. She was a music teacher at Morven High School in Morven in Anson County when they married.
    • The Morrisons sold the house in 1946, a year before Daisy’s death. She’s buried in Lenoir County. William died 23 years later and is buried in Asheville, where he moved around the time of Daisy’s death.

448 Princeton Avenue, Greensboro
The Frank and Mildred Rogers House

  • $305,000
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,089 square feet (per county), 0.17 acre
  • Price/square foot: $280
  • Built in 1926
  • Listed March 9, 20222
  • Last sale: $130,000, June 2021
  • Neighborhood: Highland Park
  • Note: For sale by owner
    • The listing shows 1,431 square feet.
    • From 1944 to 2021, the house was owned by the family of Frank and Mildred Rogers. Frank James Rogers Sr. (1915-1983) was a printer and later foreman at the Greensboro News.

505 Mayflower Drive, Greensboro
sale pending June 21, 2022

  • $265,000 (originally $285,000)
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,145 square feet, 0.13 acre
  • Price/square foot: $231
  • Built in 1938
  • Listed June 2, 2022
  • Last sale: $100,000, June 2005
  • Neighborhood: College Park

212 Florence Street, Greensboro
The Whitt and Bessie Stone House

  • Bids start at $233,000 (details below)
  • 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,770 square feet
  • Price/square foot at $233,000: $132
  • Built in 1915 (per county, but probably a bit earlier)
  • Last sale: $97,000, May 1998
  • Neighborhood: Fisher Park Historic District
  • The Offer: The Preservation Greensboro Development Fund is selling this Craftsman bungalow, now divided as a triplex, for historic rehabilitation as a single-family residence. The house will be sold subject to a rehabilitation agreement and a preservation easement to ensure the structure and its distinctive features are returned to good condition and converted back to a single-family residence.
    • This link goes to more detailed information on the offer and the house, as well as a preliminary application form for potential buyers.
    • The deadline for submission of the preliminary application form is Wednesday November 3, 2021.
  • Tax Credits: The House is a contributing structure in the Fisher Park National Register Historic District and eligible for federal and state historic preservation tax credits.
  • District NRHP nomination: “Gable-end structure; Chalet-like front dormer with ventilator at its peak, triangular knee-braces, stickwork, and band of casement windows.”
    • The house is halfway up a small hill rising from Fisher Park and Fisher Park Circle, adjacent to a set of six recently built upscale townhomes on the former site of Temple Emanuel’s activity center. Although rundown and divided as a triplex, the house is still charming, and most of its historic features are intact.
    • The first owners were Whitley Robert “Whitt” Stone (1881-1933) and his wife, Elizabeth Ella Eller “Bessie” Stone (1880-1963). They bought the property in 1911 and were listed as living in the house beginning with the 1913-14 city directory. Whitt was vice president of his brother’s firm, Joseph J. Stone & Company, printers, engravers and bookbinders. They sold the house in 1923.

1455 N. Hamilton Street, High Point
sale pending June 7, 2022

  • $193,000 (originally $195,000)
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,390 square feet, 0.21 acre
  • Price/square foot: $139
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed April 10, 2022
  • Last sale: $108,000, November 2020
  • Note: The listing says the sale includes “an additional lot behind the house,” but the county GIS shows only an alley (possibly abandoned) behind the house.

1801 Roseland Street, Greensboro
sale pending June 11, 2022

  • $125,000 (originally $175,000)
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 1,016 square feet, 0.17 acre
  • Price/square foot: $123
  • Built in 1923
  • Listed March 15, 2022
  • Last sale: $27,000, October 2006
  • Neighborhood: McAdoo Heights
  • Note: For sale by owner
    • Owner lives in California
    • Listing: “Ready for sweat equity buyer. Motivated seller willing to complete upfits, give allowances or adjust selling price.”

698 Chestnut Street, Greensboro

  • Auction canceled (had been scheduled for Wednesday June 1, 2022)
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,041 square feet, 0.23 acre
  • Built around 1917 (see note)
  • Last sale: $155,000, April 2002
  • Neighborhood: Dunleath Historic District (local), Summit Avenue Historic District (NRHP)
  • Note: Although county records give the date as 1935, the house was listed in the city directory by 1917.
    • It may have been built as a rental property by Emma T. Pickett (1865-1949), a prolific real estate investor in the first couple decades of the 20th century. She was particularly active in buying and selling in the area now known as the Dunleath Historic District.
    • Ownership of the property is not well documented in identifiable deeds; Emma appears to have bought it between 1902 and 1910. She sold it in 1917 to her son, Archie Tate Pickett (1891-1979). His ownership was brief; the next identifiable deed shows a different owner selling it in 1920 (with no deed reference to the seller’s purchase of the property).

Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

315 S. Sunset Drive, Winston-Salem
sale pending June 17, 2022

  • $509,000
  • 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, 3,080 square feet, acre
  • Price/square foot: $165
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed May 28, 2022
  • Last sale: $294,000, June 2020
  • Neighborhood: Ardmore Historic District (NRHP)
  • District NRHP nomination: “Craftsman Bungalow. One and a half story; side gable; vinyl siding; shingled gable ends; one-over-one replacement windows and eight-over-one Craftsman-style dormer windows; engaged porch; square posts on stuccoed piers; exposed rafter tails.
    • “1924 CD: Ashley M. Binkley, inspector at Hanes Knit Mills, and wife Nora.”

1225 W. 4th Street, Winston-Salem
The Edmond R. Snyder House

  • $465,000 (originally $475,000)
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,301 square feet, 0.17 acre
  • Price/square foot: $202
  • Built in 1920
  • Listed May 6, 2022
  • Last sale: $220,000, October 2021
  • Neighborhood: West End Historic District (local and NRHP)
  • Note: The property includes a detached one-car garage.
    • District NRHP nomination: “The Snyder House is very similar in form to the Reich House next door. It is a one-and-a-half-story frame bungalow with a broad gable roof with overhanging braced eaves, a matching front dormer, grouped six-over-one sash windows, and an engaged porch across the right two bays of the facade with paneled posts on brick plinths and a plain balustrade.
    • “E.R. Snyder purchased the property in 1920, and in 1921 the house was listed for the first time in the city directories as the residence of Edmond R. and Josephine Snyder. The Snyders occupied the house until the late 1940s, and retained ownership until the early 1970s.”
    • Edmond was identified as cashier for Automotive Repair Company.

14 E. Devonshire Street, Winston-Salem
The Rupert and Elsie Ring House
sale pending June 17, 2022

  • $399,900
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, 2,150 square feet, 0.17 acre
  • Price/square foot: $186
  • Built in 1923
  • Listed June 16, 2022
  • Last sale: $285,000, October 2018
  • Neighborhood: Sunnyside-Central Terrace Historic District (NRHP)
  • District NRHP nomination: “One-and-a-half-story Craftsman bungalow with side-gable roof; weatherboard sheathing; shingled, gable dormer; shingled gable ends; three, four-light attic windows; eight-over-one large single light windows; multi-light door; exposed rafter tails; knee braces; shed porch is supported by battered columns on brick piers. Appears on 1928 Sanborn map.
  • 1920 CD: not listed; 1930 CD: R.P. and Elsie Ring (W), a teller at Wachovia Bank and Trust; 1940 CD: ditto; 1950 CD: ditto.”
  • Rupert Paschal Ring (1890-1971), Elsie Elbert Ring (1893-1953)

631 Miller Street, Winston-Salem
The Stanley and Catherine Warner House
sale pending June 29, 2022

  • $364,900
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 1,722 square feet, 0.17 acre
  • Price/square foot: $212
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed June 24, 2022
  • Last sale: $225,000, March 2019
  • Neighborhood: Ardmore Historic District
  • Note: The property includes a detached garage.
  • District NRHP nomination: “Tudor Revival. One and a half story; side gable; steeply-pitched, front-gable projection; gable-roof wall dormer; eyebrow arch over entry; facade chimney; stucco; one-over-one replacement windows; side porch.”
    • The house first appears in the city directory in 1929 with Stanley Rupert Warner (1882-1970) and Catherine Barrett Warner (1882-1967) as occupants. Stanley worked for Southern Plumbing Company and later owned Warner Flooring Company. They lived at 631 Miller until around 1936, when they moved to Buena Vista.

1164 S. Hawthorne Road, Winston-Salem
sale pending June 4, 2022

  • $349,900
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 1,733 square feet, 0.20 acre
  • Price/square foot: $202
  • Built in 1927
  • Listed June 2, 2022
  • Last sale: $213,000, December 2013
  • Neighborhood: Ardmore Historic District
  • Note: The property includes a studio with covered porch and a garage/workshop.
  • District NRHP nomination: “Period Cottage. One and a half story; front gable; side, shed-roof dormers sheathed in shingles; brick; wood casement windows; hip-roof entry bay; facade chimney; stucco quoins at entry.”
    • The house first appears in the 1930 city directory with Thomas L. Morris as the occupant. He was the proprietor of Morris Service, which sold soda and mineral water.

4326 Tise Avenue, Winston-Salem

  • $225,000
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,707 square feet, 0.39 acre
  • Price/square foot: $132
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed May 23, 2022
  • Last sale: $66,500, September 2006
  • Neighborhood: Montview
  • Note: Replacement windows

2118 Waughtown Road, Winston-Salem
listing withdrawn May 23, 2022; relisted May 25, 2022
sale pending June 9, 2022

  • $198,000 (originally $229,000)
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,846 square feet, 0.18 acre
  • Price/square foot: $107
  • Built by 1929 (see note)
  • Listed May 21, 2022
  • Last sale: $85,000, January 1983
  • Neighborhood: Waughtown-Belville Historic District (NRHP)
  • District NRHP nomination: “Craftsman Bungalow. One story; side gable … gabled dormer; four (vertical)-over-one, double-hung sash; sidelights; beveled glass; gabled porch; metal posts.”
    • The address first appears in the city directory in 1929. County records show a 1940 date. The house may have been a rental property initially; different names are listed at the address each year for at least its first five years.

5306 Seward Circle, Pfafftown, Forsyth County
listing withdrawn April 18, 2022; relisted May 18, 2022
sale pending May 25, 2022

  • $179,900 (originally $130,000)
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,343 square feet, 0.81 acre
  • Price/square foot: $134
  • Built in 1900
  • Listed April 6, 2022
  • Last sale: Not identifiable in online records
  • Listing: “needs TLC”

1240 E. Sprague Street, Winston-Salem

  • $175,000
  • 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,960 square feet, 0.14 acre
  • Price/square foot: $89
  • Built in 1940 (per county, but probably earlier; see note)
  • Listed May 22, 2022
  • Last sale: $19,000 October 2013
  • Neighborhood: Waughtown-Belville Historic District
  • Note: District NRHP nomination: “Bungalow. One and a half story; side gable; brick; stuccoed gable ends; one-over-one replacement windows; hip-roof porch with gable over entry; battered columns on brick piers; sidelights.”
    • The address was listed in the city directory by 1929. It apparently was built as a rental property, as it had different occupants listed annually for at least the first few years.

Alamance, Caswell and Rockingham Counties

1021 N. Main Street, Burlington, Alamance County
The James and Nannie Campbell House
sale pending June 24, 2022

  • $300,000
  • 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,444 square feet, 0.20 acre
  • Price/square foot: $123
  • Built in 1933 (per county, but probably earlier; see note)
  • Listed June 14, 2022
  • Last sale: $185,000, March 2022
  • Neighborhood: Beverly Hills Historic District
  • District NRHP nomination: “Two-story brick bungalow with a cross-gable roof, projecting gabled bays on the façade’s west end and the side (east and west) elevations, a wraparound porch supported by brick posts on brick piers spanned by a pierced brick railing, large plate-glass windows on the façade flanked by transoms and narrow 4/1 sash, (the remaining sash are 6/6 replacements), a brick end chimney with a tall stack, decorative cast-stone diamond-shaped insets in the gables, and vinyl-sided soffits and porch gables.
  • “The house appears on the 1952 update to the 1929 Sanborn map (the first to show this section of Main Street) and was occupied by James A. and Nannie S. Campbell in 1927. Mr. Campbell was a carpenter.”
  • James, 1899-1987; Nannie, 1899-1995

641 Haw Road, Browns Summit, Rockingham County
sale pending June 3, 2022

  • $269,900
  • 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,361 square feet, 11.74 acres
  • Price/square foot: $114
  • Built in 1910
  • Listed May 31, 2022
  • Last sale: $500,000, November 2005 (see note below)
  • Note: The property is in Rockingham County, although it has a Browns Summit mailing address.
    • The disparity in price between 2005 and today results from this sale including only one of four tracts included in the previous sale.
    • Listing: The property includes a barn and an unspecified number of ponds.
    • Not owner-occupied

813 S. Main Street, Reidsville, Rockingham County
The J.D. Watt House

  • $199,900
  • 3 bedrooms 2 1/2 bathrooms, 2,913 square feet, 0.24 acre
  • Price/square foot: $67
  • Built in 1919
  • Listed June 10, 2022
  • Last sale: $136,000, June 2017
  • Neighborhood: Old Post Road Historic District (local), Reidsville Historic District (NRHP)
  • District NRHP nomination: “Although altered by the enclosure of its front porch and covered with masonite shingles, this one and one-half story frame bungalow retains its original form, massing and details.
    • “The residence in 1929 of J. D. Watt, a bookkeeper at Citizens Bank, the frame house is topped by a side gable roof and has a wide gabled wall dormer on the facade and gabled bays on the north and south elevation.
    • “A brick chimney rises in a central location through the main roof ridge.”

426 Parkview Drive, Burlington, Alamance County
sale pending May 27, 2022

  • $185,000
  • 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,094 square feet, 0.37 acre
  • Price/square foot: $169
  • Built in 1932
  • Listed May 13, 2022
  • Last sale: $48,000, June 2022
  • Neighborhood: Central Heights Historic District (National Register study list)
  • Note: Located across the street from Williams High School

2516 Bridgeview Road, Ossipee, Alamance County
sale pending May 27, 2022

  • $145,000
  • 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,240 square feet, 0.17 acre
  • Price/square foot: $117
  • Built in 1920
  • Listed May 20, 2022
  • Last sale: $94,000, June 1990
  • Note: Elon mailing address, but it’s in Ossipee.

Stokes, Surry, Yadkin and Davie Counties

1065 N. Main Street, Mount Airy, Surry County
The W.E. Lindsay House

  • $439,000 (originally $449,900)
  • 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3,178 square feet, 0.30 acre
  • Price/square foot: $138
  • Built in 1930
  • Listed June 1, 2022
  • Last sale: $304,000, September 2021
  • Neighborhood: Lebanon Hill Historic district
  • Listing: Previously a triplex used as a B&B.
    • District NRHP nomination: “W.E. Lindsay is thought to have been the original owner of this Craftsman bungalow, which was probably built around 1920. In 1922 Lindsay was the manager and secretary-treasurer of the Alpine Woolen Mills. He lived at this address in 1928.
    • “The story-and-a-half frame house has a conventional bungalow form, with a low-pitched side-gable roof that supports a large gabled dormer and flares to engage a front porch. The porch and a porte cochere on the left side have stout square wood columns on river-cobble pedestals. The honey-colored cobbles, which are also used for the foundation and two interior chimneys, are not an unusual material for a ca. 1920 bungalow but they stand out in Mount Airy where most stonework from the period is local granite. The house is sheathed with wood shingles and there are large triangular brackets in the gables of the main roof and porte cochere and under the front corners of the porch roof.
    • “Since the house was first surveyed in the 1980s, two added front entries—presumably the result of the house’s conversion into apartments—have been removed to return the façade to its original three bays of windows flanking the front door, apparently when the house was returned to its original use as a single-family dwelling. Other features include replacement windows, exposed rafter ends, and rear shed and gable dormers.
    • “By 1948 the house had been converted to the Lindsey Apartments, a name that remained in use into the 1960s.”

6003 Siloam Road, Siloam, Surry County
sale pending June 26, 2022

  • $325,000
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,867 square feet, 3.88 acres
  • Price/square foot: $122
  • Built in 1935
  • Listed June 22, 2022
  • Last sale: $89,500, November 2010
  • Note: A Sear Roebuck kit house
    • Something you don’t see very day: Tongue-and-groove porch floor with boat varnish
    • “Fenced part of backyard has an herb garden & patio of white marble & green Arkansas marble. Botanical garden. Orchard. Smokehouse. Dog run. Newly built storage building with metal siding. Multiple pastures.”
    • The listing says the home was featured in American Bungalow magazine, but I couldn’t find it. (I also couldn’t tell whether the magazine is still publishing.)

310 N. Bridge Street, Elkin, Surry County
The Nichols-Hall House
sale pending December 8-11, 2021
sale pending December 17, 2021, to January 4, 2022
listing withdrawn January 4, 2022; relisted March 8, 2022
sale pending March 15 to April 8, 2022
sale pending May 4-11, 2022

  • $289,000 (originally $309,000, later $409,900)
  • 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,222 square feet
  • Price/square foot: $130
  • Built around 1930
  • Listed September 26, 2021
  • Last sale: $66,500, September 2020
  • Neighborhood: Gwyn Avenue-Bridge Street Historic District
  • District NRHP nomination: “The earliest known occupant of this one-and-a-half-story frame house was H. Grady Nichols, manager of the Elk Printing Company, which published The Elkin Tribune. Grady Nichols served as manager of the paper, while his brother, Walter E. Nichols (who owned a house—no longer standing—on Gwyn Avenue directly behind Grady Nichols’s house), was editor.
    • “In 1936 the Clyde A. and Mano B. Hall family took occupancy of the house. Clyde Hall worked at the power plant at Chatham Mill; at the time of his death in 1989, he had attained the position of chief engineer at the mill.
    • “A long flight of steps leads up the steep hill from the street to the front entrance. The square house has weatherboard siding with beveled corners and a hipped roof with intersecting, wood-shingled, gabled dormers. The center-bay front entrance with sidelights is sheltered by a gable-roofed porch with grouped wood posts with lattice between the posts.
    • “The porch on the south side of the house repeats the use of grouped posts with lattice, but also has wood-shingled plinths and skirt. The gabled roofs of the dormers and porches all have overhanging, flared eaves with plain bargeboards that have circular notches at the ends. Windows have grouped nine-over-one or six-over-one sash.”

1023 N. Main Street, Mount Airy, Surry County
The William and Ella Monday House

  • $274,900
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,291 square feet, 0.50 acre
  • Price/square foot: $120
  • Built in 1900
  • Listed May 10, 2022
  • Last sale: $114,000, August 1997
  • Neighborhood: Lebanon Hill Historic District (NRHP)
  • District NRHP nomination: “Pebbledash stucco ornaments the gables and a front shed dormer of this story-and-a-half Craftsman bungalow, built in the 1910s or early 1920s. The house has brick veneer at the first story and interior brick chimneys.
    • “The composite-shingled side-gable roof engages a front porch with square wood columns and an original or early railing with square balusters. The railing continues all the way across the front with a gate in line with the front entry, perhaps a feature to keep playing toddlers from wandering off the porch. The porch has a granite foundation (as does the rest of the house) and early or original lattice underpinning.
    • “The window sashes appear to be replacements, although they may replicate the original sash arrangements.
    • “Other features include sidelights around the front entry, an interior brick chimney, and a side shed addition with novelty weatherboard siding and a brick foundation.”
    • The original owners were William Isaac Monday (1887-1967) and Ella Smith Monday (1887-1979). William was vice president of the Home Building & Loan Association and vice president of G.C. Lovill Company, a wholesaler of groceries, feed and notions.

3054 N. Old 52 Road, Pinnacle, Surry County
sale pending June 15, 2022

  • $175,000
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,566 square feet, 1 1/2 acres
  • Price/square foot: $112
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed June 7, 2022
  • Last sale: $75,000, September 2016
  • Listing: “Very old barn on property as well as a smokehouse for storage.”

1686 Keaton Road, Stokes County
sale pending June 8, 2022

  • $161,000
  • 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,946 square feet, 17.46 acres
  • Price/square foot: $83
  • Built in 1927
  • Listed June 8, 2022
  • Last sale: $100,000, October 1989 (83 acres)
  • Note: The property has a Westfield mailing address but is far to the southeast and across the county line in Stokes County. It’s about as close to Pilot Mountain as Westfield.
    • The property is adjacent to the state-owned property that includes the historic Vade Mecum Springs Hotel (restoration is planned, but the timeline is unknown).
    • A creek runs through the property.

Davidson, Randolph and Montgomery Counties

467 E. Slate Mine Road, Denton, Davidson County

  • $1.35 million
  • 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,564 square feet, 152.17 acres
  • Price/square foot: $527
  • Built in 1901
  • Listed June 6, 2022
  • Last sale: $160,000, October 2014 (probably covers just one tract; the property consists of at least three)
  • Note: It’s listed on Zillow as “Undisclosed Address,” but if you search for 467 E. Slate Mine Road, this is the property that comes up.
    • Listing: “The property has a heated and cooled 70×45 Red Iron building with four 10×12 garage doors. The building also has a full kitchen and bath …”

2584 Mill Creek Road, Ramseur, Randolph County

  • $299,900 (originally $314,900)
  • 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, 3,036 square feet, 1.66 acres
  • Price/square foot: $99
  • Built in 1927
  • Listed June 16, 2022
  • Last sale: $185,000, August 2017
  • Note: Located south of Ramseur, about halfway to Coleridge
    • 21 miles from the Greensboro-Randolph County Megasite
  • $260,000
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,379 square feet, 0.27 acre
  • Price/square foot: $109
  • Built in 1925
  • Listed June 14, 2022
  • Last sale: $224,500, January 2022
  • Neighborhood: Lexington Residential Historic District (NRHP)
  • Note: The property is zoned for business but has been used as a residence.
  • District NRHP nomination: “One-and-one-half-story Craftsman bungalow with a clipped-side-gable roof and a clipped-gable dormer; wraparound porch engaged on the front and supported by square posts on brick piers spanned by a wood railing, 4/1 sash, brick interior chimneys, triangular eave brackets, asbestos siding, brick retaining wall at sidewalk.”

372 Gene Hege Road, Lexington, Davidson County
sale pending June 8, 2022

  • $249,900
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,377 square feet, 10.81 acres
  • Price/square foot: $181
  • Built in 1900
  • Listed June 2, 2022
  • Last sale: $42,000, October 1990

209 N. Main Street, Denton, Davidson County

  • $235,750 (originally $250,000)
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 1,980 square feet, 0.49 acre
  • Price/square foot: $119
  • Built in 1933
  • Listed May 18, 2022
  • Last sale: $37,011, February 2012
  • Listing: “… in the heart of Denton!”

2070 Kivett Council Road, Liberty, Randolph County
sale pending May 11, 2022

  • $199,900 (originally $224,900)
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,631 square feet, 6.08 acres
  • Price/square foot: $123
  • Built in 1930
  • Listed April 15, 2022
  • Last sale: January 1974, price not recorded on the one page of the deed available online.
  • Note: The property has a Liberty mailing address but is several miles south of town, just off N.C. 49.

108 Sink Inn Road, Lexington, Davidson County

  • $175,000
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,473 square feet, 0.13 acre
  • Price/square foot: $119
  • Built in 1930
  • Listed April 18, 2022
  • Last sale: $120,000, May 2020
  • Note: The property includes a koi pond.

246 Coleridge Road, Ramseur, Randolph County
sale pending May 20 to June 8, 2022
sale pending June 12, 2022

  • $156,900
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,530 square feet, 0.57 acre
  • Price/square foot: $103
  • Built in 1910
  • Listed May 13, 2022
  • Last sale: $84,000, October 2019
  • Note: The house has been substantially renovated, including new siding in the front gables. How the house looked when it was sold in 2019:

510 Cotton Grove Road, Lexington, Davidson County
sale pending May 18, 2022
no longer under contract June 16, 2022

  • $75,000 (originally $110,000)
  • 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 800 square feet, 0.18 acre
  • Price/square foot: $94
  • Built in 1907
  • Listed March 29, 2022
  • Last sale: $54,000, February 2017