This is a summary of colonial homes for sale in Wilmington NC including foreclosures. When I sold homes in Northern Virginia DC Metro it was predominately comprised of colonials, and the classic home from the 1920-1950s was the “center hall colonial” which had stairs right there at the door when you entered the home. It was practically a badge of honor. And they were all brick during that time period. Of course in the southeast North Carolina area we have no basements due to the soil makeup which is often a big surprise to those moving here accustomed to their prized basements. Now they are thinking where do we put everything. This is where your she shed comes in :).
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