Here we have a 1785 Georgian style plantation house that we completly dismantled . It has beautiful molded window sills , rose head nails , three board wainscotting , double cornices matching front and rear . It also has enclosed staircase with three step molding and key block trim , beaded weatherboarding , and wide beaded board walls . Beautiful heart pine flooring though out . After extensive stripping of the wood trim , we found the original blue milk paint .
The house was damaged by fire years ago , but was still salvageable .
This house was dismantled and move to new location and re assembled back in order to save this wonderful example of a Northampton County , North Carolina plantation house .
We stumbled across this beautiful plantation house peeking out of the bushes ...
Completly overgrown crying out for someone to please help me ....
After many hours of clean up and removal of trees , brush, vines and snakes ... we finally got a great feeling as we stood in the front door as did the original owners of the plantation house .
Here is a fantastic example of pegged , molded window sills .