An impeccable Victorian home in New Bern's Historic District is located just blocks from downtown and the waterfront. The Claudius E. Foy House was built in 1901 by Herbert Woodley Simpson, who was a renowned architect in New Bern and eastern North Carolina. This home has beautiful heart of pine floors upstairs and oak floors downstairs, original tinned ceilings, custom mantles for six fireplaces, beautiful moldings and baseboards. This home has been meticulously maintained and is a true pleasure to show.
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