This Greek Revival home, the Jones Everett House, built c.1851 by acclaimed Warren County builder Albert Gamaliel Jones sits on over 5 acres and includes an original commissary, small cottage and concrete block storage building. Most definitely a showplace in its day with plenty or architectural details to be a showplace again. The interior features include: heart pine floors throughout, high ceiling, a wide center hall upstairs and down, 6 rooms downstairs and 4 rooms upstairs, and two enclosed staircases all offering a blank slate for your renovation plans and dreams. Also included are wide baseboards, faux painting moldings, carved gorgeous moldings and trim work. Foundation and roof are in good condition. A new septic system was installed in 2008 and never used; lines to county water have been run to the house but not connected. So much original architecture - wide door and window frames, original windows, double doors at each end of the grand center hall, bead board and much more. Outside: surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland, large pecan trees, old landscaping, and beautiful setting. Historic covenants with Preservation NC are attached to the deed. If you're interested in a preservation project with enormous potential and satisfaction, ''Swamplawn'' is your house! Call me today.