Shady Oaks – Warrenton, North Carolina
Built in 1812, this Federal-style home was constructed for prominent plantation owner and hotel entrepreneur Robert Tynes Cheek, who inherited the land from his father, William. The house contains three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, as well as ten fireplaces and a music room. Shady Oaks, which was called Cheek-Twitty House at one point after resident Robert Twitty, is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the 1980s the house was extensively restored and expanded, with a substantial wing adding a larger master bedroom, second-floor guest suite, and sun room. A separate, 540-square-foot guest house also comes with estate’s 14 landscaped acres. Protective covenants on the property are held by Preservation North Carolina. Price: $295,000... Read More →
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