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Four more state-owned, historic homes for sale in downtown Raleigh

Posted by on Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 3:12 PM

The state of North Carolina is on a roll, it seems, unloading various historic properties it owns in downtown Raleigh.

The latest homes to go up for sale are four located on the 400 block of North Blount Street, ranging in price from $265,000 to $800,000.

See floor plans and find out more about the homes from the State Property Office's website. 

1. 407 North Blount Street—The Andrews Duncan House—$785,000


click to enlarge Andrews Duncan House - JANE PORTER
  • Jane Porter
  • Andrews Duncan House


2. 411 North Blount Street—The McGee House—$265,000



click to enlarge McGee House - JANE PORTER
  • Jane Porter
  • McGee House


3. 417 North Blount Street—The Coble Helms House—$445,000

click to enlarge Coble Helms House - JANE PORTER
  • Jane Porter
  • Coble Helms House

4. 421 North Blount Street—The Heartt House—$800,000


click to enlarge Heartt House - JANE PORTER
  • Jane Porter
  • Heartt House




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