BACK ON THE MARKET after storm damage this fall; NEW Roof, and seller making ongoing repairs/improvements. Martin Boyer-designed (ca.1938), The Barnhardt-Cramer House is a stunning, distinct and sophisticated example of revivalist design. Located in Midwood, 1/2 mile from Charlotte CC, this is a designated historic landmark (#32258-837) and sits on 1.05 ac, as the centerpiece of the new Cramer's Pond development. Property currently owned by the Char-Meck Historic Landmarks Commission. An historic gem is ready for that special buyer who appreciates a 1930s estate like nothing else in the city, and is able to make the appropriate restoration/improvements. Property is being sold AS-IS; repairs/renovations - many cosmetic - are needed. Home boasts 5+ large bedrooms, 4+ baths, 5612 HLA, and a massive walk-up attic that can be finished off. Multiple outdoor spaces, including a covered, 2nd floor porch offer endless possibilities. Buyer will have 50% property tax credits as HLC landmark!
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