Historic Home for Sale in Louisburg NC – ONLY $128,000.00

101 S. Elm Street

I simply can not believe that someone hasn’t scooped up this gorgeous historic home in Louisburg NC! I stopped by the other day and snapped some shots to share in hopes that one of my readers will take an interest in this beauty and spread the word.  This home is an incredible example of early 1900 architecture and has stood the test of time.

This historic home has commanding views of historic downtown Louisburg NC and is a well-known landmark for anyone that is familiar with the area.  This home has been reduced to a really unbelievable price of only $128,000.00 and will certainly live up to its new owners expectations.  A few upgrades have already been completed but more needs to be done.

A few features of 101 S. Elm Street are:

  • circa 1901
  • 6000 square feet
  • 17 rooms
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 4 full baths
  • grand staircase
  • wrap around porch
  • fireplaces throughout the home

101 S. Elm Street - Rear Elevation

Here is a view of the rear of the home.

101 S. Elm Street - Side Elevation

Side View of 101 S. Elm Street

If you would like more pictures of 101 S. Elm Street in Louisburg NC or would like to make an appointment to see this beautiful historic home please feel free to call me at 919.649.6128 or simply send me an email.  You can also visit my website, Wake Forest NC House Chick for more information about me and how I can help you if you are thinking of buying or selling a home!


Can You Guess the Price on This Historic Home for Sale in Louisburg NC?

101 S. Elm Street Louisburg NC

  • Over 6000 square feet
  • 17 rooms
  • 6 bedrooms
  • multiple fireplaces
  • Amazing views of historic downtown Louisburg NC

This home was built in 1901 and is very well recognized in Louisburg NC!  Curious about the price?  $600,000?  $500,000? $400,000?  $300,000?  Still not even close to the insane List Price of this historic home – for a few more pictures and the list price please visit What’s YOUR Circa? 

If you would like to see this home please feel free to call me 919.649.6128 or simply send me an email – I would love to see this historic home live on!

Wake Forest NC Tree Seedling GIVEAWAY! March 6, 2010

Wake Forest NC Tree Seedling GiveawayThe Wake Forest Urban Forestry Advisory Board (UFAB) will have its 5th annual tree seedling giveaway on Saturday, March 6, from 8am – noon (or until they run out of trees) on Brooks Street in historic downtown Wake Forest NC.  The exact location is not yet known due to the construction of the Wake Forest Town Hall but there will be directional signs that you can follow.

Some of what you will find are:

  • Atlantic White Cedar
  • Eastern Red Cedar
  • Overcup Pak
  • Dogwood
  • Eastern Redbud
  • Persimmon
  • Crape Myrtle

Last year my family took advantage and we got 3 seedlings.  The volunteers at the event were EXTREMELY helpful with answering questions about planting and care.  Our trees are Wake Forest NC Tree Seedling Giveawaystill growing and we are looking forward to this year – I want another Dogwood!  This year the volunteers for this seedling giveaway are Wake Forest Presbyterian Church Boy Scout Pack 5 Webelos and the St Catherine of Siena Church Boy Scout Pack 511 Webelos.  Also available to answer any questions will be Master Gardeners and Arborists.

I hope that you get the chance to visit and get a FREE seedling or two for yourself – there is a 4 seedling limit.  It is a great way to add Wake Forest NC Tree Seedling Giveawaysome shade, give back to the environment and enhance your property!  Chances are that if you attend we will most likely run into each other there – see you then!

So Many Fun Things To Do in Wake Forest NC! March 1 – 7, 2010

Things To Do in Wake Forest NCWhat a beautiful weekend this has been in Wake Forest NC!  I hope that you have all been able to get out and enjoy the sunshine because the forecast is showing a hint of SNOW again coming up this week – can you believe it?  Spring just can’t come soon enough!

Just because the forecast still show winter weather coming our way that doesn’t stop the town of Wake Forest NC from pressing on with a fantastic calendar of events!  There will be quite a few events you’ll want to get on your calendar….

See you out and about in Wake Forest NC this week!

Take Pounds Off Sensibly (TOPS) Club Meeting
Monday, Mar. 1; 9:30 am weigh in and 10:10 am meeting
St. John’s Episcopal Church, 830 Durham Rd., Wake Forest
TOPS is a non-profit weight loss support program that welcomes all! Your first session is free and annual membership is only $26. Contact Laura Wickwar for more information at (919) 621-3613.  http://www.tops.org

Community Meeting on Housing and Neighborhood Development
Monday, March 1; 7 pm
Massey Apartments Community Room, 133 N. Allen Road
Wake County Housing and Community Revitalization, in partnership with the East End Neighborhood Association and the Town of Wake Forest, will seek citizen input for its next five-year Consolidated Plan during a community meeting scheduled for Monday, March 1, beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Massey Apartments Community Room, located at 133 N. Allen Road in Wake Forest. All citizens are encouraged to attend. Wake County Housing and Community Revitalization wants to determine Wake Forest’s most pressing housing and community development needs. Citizen input is the best way the County can find out what is needed and where to concentrate its funding over the next 5 years. For more information, please contact Emily Fischbein, Community Development Planner, Wake County Housing and Community Revitalization at (919) 212-7874.

Wake Forest NC ChilisDine to Donate to the American Cancer Society
Tuesday, Mar. 2; 4 pm – 8 pm      
Chili’s Grill & Bar, Capital Boulevard, Wake Forest
Come out and dine to donate for a great cause, to help fight cancer!  Chili’s Wake Forest is sponsoring a Dine to Donate night for the Relay for Life Team Franklin Academy on Tuesday, March 2 from 4 pm – 8 pm and donating 10% of food sales to the American Cancer Society. Luminaries, crafts, ribbons, and charms will be available, too.

Take Pounds Off Sensibly (TOPS) Club Meeting – EveningTake Off Pounds Sensibly Wake Forest NC
Tuesday, Mar. 2; 6:30 pm weigh in and 6:45 pm meeting
Wake Forest Baptist Church Room 213, 103 N. Main St., Wake Forest
TOPS is a non-profit weight loss support program that welcomes all! Your first session is free and annual membership is only $26. Contact Laura Wickwar for more information at (919) 621-3613.  http://www.tops.org

Small Businesses Making a Big Difference – Business Networking Luncheon
Thursday, Mar. 4; Noon – 2 pm
Tuxedo Junction, 405 S. Brooks St., Renaissance Plaza, Downtown Wake Forest
Enjoy a buffet lunch and learn how your small business can make a big difference. Tickets are $10 per person. RSVP by Feb. 26 to (919) 554-1704 or atchavez@nc.rr.com.

Firing Range Training
Thursday, Mar. 4; 1 pm – 9 pm
Police Department Firing Range, behind Flaherty Park Community Center
Residents in the area are advised that the Wake Forest Police Department will conduct firing range training at the police department firing range, located behind the Flaherty Park Community Center. The firing range is utilized by Wake Forest Police officers who require instruction and practice in order to obtain current certification in the use of firearms. This certification is required in order for the officer to fulfill his duties for the Wake Forest Police Department. http://www.wakeforestnc.gov/residents/police_firingrange.aspx

Wake Forest Woman’s Cub Meeting
Thursday, Mar. 4; 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Wake Forest Community House, 133 W. Owen Ave.
The Wake Forest Woman’s Club will meet on Thursday, March 4, 6:30-8:00 pm at the Wake Forest Community House. Guest speaker will be Paige Hamp, Board Member and Treasurer of the “Embrace Uganda” orgainization. This group was established to encourage and empower a generation of orphans, one village at a time. For more information, call Membership Chair Quinn 761-1646. Guests are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Wake Forest NC Fish FryFish Fry
Friday, Mar. 5; 11 am – 7 pm
Wake Forest United Methodist Church, 905 S. Main St., Wake Forest
The Wake Forest United Methodist Church Men 2010 Fish Fry offers $8 plates that include flounder, slaw, boiled potatoes, and hush puppies. Dine in, take out, drive through, or delivery is available. For delivery of five or more plates, call (919) 556-2239. This event raises money for the men to build handicap access ramps at little or no cost to those in need. Additionally, the United Methodist Men support over 20 local charitable organizations serving our community.  http://www.wakeforestumc.org

Tree Seedling Giveaway
Saturday, Mar. 6; 8 am – Noon (while supplies last)
Town Hall Vicinity, Brooks Street Side
The Wake Forest Urban Forestry Board, Wake Forest Presbyterian Church Pack 5 Webelos, and St. Catherine of Siena Church Pack 511 Webelos will distribute free seedlings to area residents in the vicinity of the Wake Forest Town Hall on March 6 from 8 am until Noon, while supplies last. Rain or shine, the event will take place. Due to construction, the exact location cannot be determined, but directional signs will be posted to assist residents. Persons may choose up to four seedlings per family from the selection listed below. Arborists and Master Gardeners will be on hand to provide assistance on selection. This year’s selection includes: Atlantic White Cedar, Eastern Red Cedar, Overcup Oak, Dogwood, Eastern Redbud, Persimmon, Crape Myrtle. Contact Ann Ayers at aayers@wakeforestnc.gov for more information.

Glencoe Mill Village, Burlington NC – Return to a Mill

Amazing piece on the restoration of Glencoe Mill Village in Burlington, NC!  Here is an account from someone that was there when it was ruins and has seen the incredible rebirth!

“Such potential—not to mention the tangible successes at Glencoe—gives hope to the architects of the heritage corridor that other towns will pay similar attention to their own at-risk mill buildings. But it’s not always easy to get people to see the value of what’s right in front of their noses.”

You can read the entire article at National Trust for Historic Preservation – Return To A Mill

Interested in Moving to Wake Forest NC? I Can Help!

Wake Forest NC is a bedroom community just outside of Raleigh NC which makes it perfect for those wanting to get “out of the city” yet be able to easily commute to downtown Raleigh NC, RTP (Research Triangle Park) and even Durham NC.

Wake Forest NC evokes the southern small town atmosphere yet provides all the amenities and conveniences of a march larger city such as fabulous restaurants, superb shopping, numerous parks and greenways, fabulous local library and everyday needs are met easily with a generous supply of public schools and charter schools, grocery stores, local coffee shops, bakeries, home improvement stores, banks and entertainment options.  For a closer look at some of the conveniences check out Wake Forest NC Info.

There are some amazing homes for sale in Wake Forest NC that provide easy living for any family profile.  With prices to fit any budget Wake Forest NC is the perfect option.  There is everything in Wake Forest NC from brand new construction to grand historic homes and everything in between. 

If you are just starting your search for homes for sale in Wake Forest NC give me a call at 919.649.6128 or simply send me an emailRemember, I live, work and play in Wake Forest NC – it is my HOME!  I can provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision when choosing Wake Forest NC as your next place to call home.

Practical Home Improvements (Foresight Not Required)

I thought you might like a little giggle this morning!  Now I have seen some creative construction before but this really is one of the Top 10 in my book!

Take a peek at Stephen’s other “Just For Fun” posts – I am sure they’ll make you smile!

Via Stephen Fells (AgencyLogic):

Toilet Door

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