Ready for your cosmetic upgrades, the historic Wall-Cardwell House, c.a. 1856, is a Greek-Revival two-story plantation house with massive columns made of curved brick and white masonry. The interior is well preserved with mantels and moldings that have been attributed to NC Mastercraftsman Thomas Day. There are tall ceilings, large rooms and heart-pine flooring throughout most of the home. All of the windows have been replaced. Screened porch. Heirloom English boxwoods. Additional acreage is available.