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Property Description Spectacular restoration of the marriage of a 1790s Georgian and a larger tripartite home. The tripartite dwelling was built in 1848 by Samuel Warren Branch; father of the founder of BB&T bank. 3 BR, 2-1/2 Baths, eat in kitchen and back hall joining both homes. Home features a two-story central foyer, 6 working fireplaces, stunning front porch and true standing seam metal roof. Original wood floors, moldings, flat-panel wainscoting and doors throughout. Downstairs master suite with large porch, ensuite and private sitting area. Windows are nine-over-nine sashes on 1st floor and six-over-nine sashes on 2nd floor. Being restored by leading contractor in preservation restoration following Pres. NC protective covenants. High-end finishes, appliances and details will complete the project
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