Every once in a while a great gem becomes available in the Wake Forest Historic District! Now is one of those times!
The Brewer-Nelson House (c. 1853, c. 1860) is a stunning example of the incredible architecture blend that you can find in Wake Forest. John M. Brewer built a log cabin on this site in about 1853. In about 1860, it was enlarged and the log section was converted to a basement as part of the “English Basement” of the 1 1/2 story Greek Revival fame homes. The design was based on a house in Suffolk, VA. It is the only example of this style of southern architecture on the street.
This stunning home offers original heart of pine floors, multiple fireplaces, 4 bedrooms and an office. Carriage house could easily become an artist studio! This home is located in the heart of the Historic District and is nestled among magnificent large oaks. This home is in pristine condition and ready to move into!
Opportunities such as this present themselves rarely! If you would like more information concerning the Brewer-Nelson home or any others available please feel free to give me a call or email – I would be happy to help!