Enter through century old iron gates with one of the few surviving historic cast-iron hitching posts that still stands reminiscent of how it would have been to visit the Parsonage in 1884. From the large welcoming front porch into the foyer, you will love how the house flows from front to back. The Parsonage was used in it's capacity until it was sold to private owners in 1961 who began the beautiful overall restoration that we see today. A first floor bedroom with an attached jack-n-jill bath was converted which is a great feature of the home. The details and trims of the period are beautiful and the use of modern conveniences are well placed for efficiency throughout. A fully fenced, private oasis complete with a tranquil pond off of the screened porch compliments this exceptional home and captivates gardeners and those that just love the feel of the romantic courtyard. The workshop/carriage house provides a small vehicle garage with additional off street parking. The finished third floor attic space is a great bonus room or 5th bedroom, complete with storage and a full bath. This incredible home is 2 blocks from the downtown historic district and 2 blocks from the water. This particular corner is truly the cornerstone of the New Bern residential historic district.
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