Searching For Historic Homes in Wake Forest NC?

Wake Forest NC is rich with history and along with that comes gorgeous architecture that reflects a period in time when homes were showcases and masterpieces.  There is a diverse mixture of architectural styles in historic Wake Forest NC that range from Victorian to Georgian style.  The majority of the historic homes in Wake Forest have been lovingly cared for and kept up to standards with the Historic Guidelines set forth by the Wake Forest NC Historic Commission in conjunction with the N.C. State Historic Preservation Office.

If you are interested in exploring some of the historic homes for sale in Wake Forest NC you can check out a few of the offerings at the end of this post.  Also, for more information on the Historic Guidelines, historic home rehabilitation or Tax Credits that may be available I would like to point you to “What’s YOUR Circa?“.  There you can find a bevy of information to help you decide if a historic home is right for you!  You can easily search for information via the Categories on the right hand side of the blog and, as always, you can certainly email me with any questions that you may have!  Again, that link is What’s YOUR Circa?

In the meantime, here is a quick video with some examples of what you can find by way of historic homes in Wake Forest NC.  Don’t forget to peek below the video for some great historic homes for sale in Wake Forest NC!

 

  • circa 1901: 1350 sf, 3bd/1ba, $55,000.00
  • circa 1910: 1600 sf, 1bd/2.5ba $59,999.00
  • circa 1901: 714 sf, 1bd/1ba $70,000.00
  • circa 1909: 1158 sf, 3bd/1.5ba $113,900.00
  • circa 1901: 3822 sf, 4bd/6ba $225,000.00
  • circa 1840: 3870 sf, 5bd/4ba $275,000.00
  • circa 1920: 2827 sf, 3bd/2ba $397,000.00
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Seven Sisters Inn Petition

Seven Sisters Inn

Seven Sisters Inn

I wanted to share a story that I just came across from Ocala.com

The Seven Sisters Inn is a historic home on the National Historic Register c. 1888.  It has been voted “Inn of the Month” by Country Inns Bed and Breakfast as well as the “Best Restoration Project”.

This Inn has been up for sale and faces foreclosure if not sold by April 7, 2009.  Ghost Hunters (T.A.P.S.) has featured the inn on it’s program for paranormal activity and it seems as though that appearance has garnered interest from other paranormal research groups around the country.  As a result, a petition has been created to help save the inn.  Please visit Save The Seven Sisters Inn to view the petition and see how you can help!