The Moore-Harris House, a charming Neoclassical Revival home (c. 1911), is located in Historic Oakwood on a lovely, low-maintenance, landscaped lot. The rooms are spacious and bright with many large windows and double-size doorways that open into the wide center hall. The eat-in kitchen is large with beautiful custom, floor-to-ceiling cherry cabinets, plentiful counter space, double pantry, window seat, and storage galore. This historic home features a 1st-floor bedroom, beautiful heart-pine floors, turned staircase, 11-foot ceilings downstairs, 10-foot ceilings upstairs, 2nd-floor sunroom, slate roof, a large floored attic, 3 fireplaces, a small balcony off the master bedroom upstairs, and numerous other unique features.
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The large front porch is perfect for a quiet evening on the swing, entertaining, or chatting with the neighbors, and it’s the ideal starting point for enjoying all the perks of living in Historic Oakwood and Downtown Raleigh.
Address: 220 N. East Street
Square Feet: 2802