1007 Nash Street NW - Nadal House
A Revolving Fund Project: Putting our partnerships and your donations to work!
Details coming soon!
Working to save a significant historical home from vandalism and neglect and return it to a residence, Preservation of Wilson recently purchased the Nadal-Weathersby-Chesson House. Part of the Revolving Fund which was established last summer, Preservation of Wilson wanted to select a project that was not marketable in a traditional real estate manner and one that would support our mission. We have found the perfect project with the Nadal House on Nash Street!
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503 Vance Street - Anderson ApartmentsList Price: $105,000
This handsome row of two-story, brick and stucco townhouse apartments is a Colonial Revival structure. It contains nine townhouses, arranged in five identically finished pairs beneath a hip roof. This property is marketed by Preservation of Wilson. Please call Kathryn Ferrari Bethune at 252-234-7694 for details.
|More Details||List Price: $69,900 REDUCED|
|201 Bragg Street|
Located in the Old Wilson Historic District near Barton College. Walking distance to the downtown commercial district. This property is marketed by Womble Real Estate @ 252-291-1123. Please contact them for more information.
|More Details||List Price: $65,000
|503 Broad Street|
Located in the Broad-Kenan Historic District. Walking distance to the downtown commercial district. This property is marketed by Womble Real Estate @ 252-291-1123. Please contact them for more information.
|210 Daniel Street|
Walking district to Historic Downtown Wilson. This property is marketed by Allyson Moye, Womble Real Estate @ 252-291-1123. Please contact them for more information.
|List Price: $48,000|
|More Details||List Price: $45,000|
|315 W. Green Street|
Built in 1902, this Colonial Revival home is part of the Old Wilson Historic District. Great historic home with plenty of architectural features looking for a new owner now! For more information contact, Gaynell Stallings at 252-291-3353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|108 Jackson Street|
The Howard Bruton House, circa 1935, is one of a small group of Dutch Colonial Revival homes in the Broad-Kenan Historic District. It has an unusual L- shaped plan, front facing chimney, and shingled veneer. For more information contact Gaynell Stallings at 252-291-3353 or email@example.com.
|List Price: $149,000|
|508 Kenan Street|
This two-story frame house is located in the Broad-Kenan Historic District. This property is marketed by Womble Real Estate @ 252-291-1123.. Please contact them for more information.
|List Price: $40,000 REDUCED|
|More Details||List Price: $79,900|
|1302 Nash Street NW|
A piece of Wilson history. Built in 1938, this home features plenty of charm. A little TLC and this wuld make the perfect home for your family. Three bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. This property is marketed by Chesson Agency. Contact Adam Chesson @ 252-230-9555.
|More Details||List Price: $162,000 REDUCED|
|1400 Nash Street|
Historic home built in 1926 on Nash Street. Five bedrooms, 3 baths, and all formal areas, plus a sunroom, a screened-in porch and sewing room. Vacant lot next door is not included in the sale. It is available for sale, but it is a different parcel of land. This nicely finished interior has a handsome, three‐part Federal style mantel, modest moldings, and a handsome stair in the rear hall. This property is listed by First Wilson Properties. Please call Don Franks at 252- 230-0104 for details.
|According to Belva (Adkins) Briley, this brick Dutch Colonial Revival style house was built ca 1926 for her parents, John S. and Lulie (Gay) Adkins. Solon Balias Moore was the architect and T.P. Batten was the contractor. This was the first house to be built on this block. Adkins was the proprietor of J.S. Adkins and Son, a men’s furnishing store in Wilson.|
|More Details||List Price: $342,000 REDUCED|
|1415 NW Nash Street|
Gorgeous 1925 Tudor. This 5 Bedroom, 4.5 Bath, 5279 Square Foot home has TONS of upgrades in the last 2 years, including a New Roof, Gutters & Exterior Paint! Upgraded & Fully Remodeled Kitchen w/Granite Counters, New Cabinets, Island, & Gas Convection Oven/Range! New Water Heater, New Sump Pump, Replaced some windows, repaired HVAC systems, New Carpet on 3rd Floor, Remodeled 1 of the Bathrooms on 2nd Floor. Removed some wallpaper & freshly painted some rooms. Added Screened In Porch to rear of house. And much more! This property is marketed by Keller Williams Realty, agent Nicole Combs @ 919-608-1589.. Please contact them for more information.
|More Details||List Price: $75,000|
|516 Vance Street|
This circa 1898 Queen Anne home is adjacent to Barton College. Per the owner a complete renovation of this home has been undertaken and 50% completed. The interior of house has been stripped to the studs, new wiring, plumbing, duct work, insulation and sheetrock has been installed. House needs HVAC, some windows, painting, floors refinished, light fixtures, kitchen cabinets and porch columns. Home boasts a beautiful entry with bay window alcove, 11.5' ceiling, archway and stairway with panel wainscoting. There are five bedrooms, parlor, and formal dining room each with a fireplace. Most architectural details remain. Nine foot ceiling on second floor. This property is listed by First Wilson Properties, Inc. Please call Ann Brice at 252-373-0326 for details.
|This home is located in the Old Wilson Historic District which has an active neighborhood association. The Old Wilson Neighbors Association is comprised of homeowners who are currently renovating their own historic homes while working together and supporting each other to improve the historic neighborhood.|
|More Details||List Price: $147,000 UNDER CONTRACT|
|609 Vance Street|
Historic home built in 1917 for George A. Lucas. Completely remodeled kitchen & baths, SS Appliance, 10' ceilings down & 9' ceilings upstairs, wood floors throughout many with gorgeous inlay & tons of architectural features. Fenced yard, 2 fabulous porches & alarm. NC Historic Preservation Tax Credits available. This property is listed by Keller Williams Realty. Please call Nicole Combs at 919-608-1589 for details.
|The George A. Lucus House is located in the Old Wilson Historic District which has an active neighborhood association. The house is located across from Barton College, a liberal arts college, which has just completed a new entrance which highly contributes to the aesthetics of the surrounding area, with special attention to Vance Street.|
|More Details||List Price: $89,900|
|106 Whitehead Avenue|
This modest, yet pleasantly detailed 1½ story Colonial Revival style cottage was erected circa 1935 for William P. Anderson, Jr., a buyer for the Whitehead and Anderson Tobacco Company. Located in the Old Wilson Historic District. it has 4 BR, 2 BA, Formal Dining Room, Den, Living Room, Fireplace with Gas Logs and more. Placed gable end to street, the frame dwelling is simply and cleanly detailed with a front (NW) bay window and nice lattice porch posts on the southwest elevation. The interior focuses on the handsome open stringer stair with slender spindles and has modest woodwork. This property is marketed by First Wilson Properties, Inc., Don Franks @ 252-230-0104.
Historic Downtown Wilson Commercial PropertiesHistoric Downtown Wilson Commercial Buildings are marketed by Wilson Downtown Development Corporation. Please contact Larissa Harper @ 252-296-3464 for more information or visit their website at www.historicdowntownwilson.com