Situated in the heart of charming Glen Alpine, this elegant 5BR/4BA 1920's Southern Craftsman home feels vibrantly modern, while honoring the historical character & quality of it's time. Built by Dr. Benjamin Long in 1924, much of it's history is evident today: the prominent Cedar of Lebanon tree was once used to tie up patient's horses; two 2nd story bedrooms feature beautiful frosted glass doors offering privacy for patients; the porte-cochere kept a horse & buggy ready for house calls. Gracious front porch is perfect for entertaining. Original period details include chandeliers, ceiling fixture, interior doors/knobs, fireplace cover. Expansive windows & 10-foot ceilings throughout lower level allow beautiful, natural light to filter throughout. Main level features formal living room with gas fireplace & two glass doors opening to private side portico, spacious dining room with grand chandelier, butler's pantry, fully updated, eat-in kitchen with large pantry, quartz countertops, & stainless appliances, laundry room, large bedroom, full bath with seamless glass shower & original hexagonal tile floor, cozy den with decorative fireplace, large office with built-ins & sunroom. Second story features elegant master suite & ensuite bath, tile shower, soaking tub, large walk-in closet; flex/media room with closet, full ceramic tile bath in hallway & two additional gracious bedrooms with large walk-in closets & jack-and-jill bath. Detached stone double garage. Circular drive.
From downtown Morganton, travel Highway 70 West. Turn right onto Catawba Street in Glen Alpine. Turn right onto Davis Street (just past Glen Alpine Post Office). Home is on the left.
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