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Thursday Home Tour ~ It Could Be Yours!

Thursday, January 26, 2017


Welcome to the historic Twitchell-Gallaway House!

This stately Federal-Greek Revival house is located in Madison, N.C. which is about 45 minutes North of Winston Salem.  This home was commissioned by Madison's town founder Randall Duke Scales for his daughter, Elizabeth, as a wedding gift in 1834.



  This home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3,400 square feet.  The attention to detail is amazing with 6 over 9 double-hung windows on the front of the house, a metal roof, beautiful chandeliers and wood work.  Just look at the entry door; isn't it amazing!






















The basement has original brick and plaster walls with an exposed beam ceiling.  There is also a new gas log cast iron stove with mantel and beautiful brick floors.













A complete renovation has been done with new updates completed in 2014.  This beautiful home is under the protective covenants held by Preservation North Carolina and can be yours for $349,900.

What do you think; would you like to live here?


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6 comments:

  1. Home has awesome bones - I'd love to live in NC!!

    First thing I'd do is lose all the green paint though - whew - and bright yellow - if subdued this house could be absolutley fabulous. Thanks for the tease! : - )

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  2. Truly a wonderful home, darling Cindy, thanks most sincerely for sharing these amazing rooms with us today !

    In the hope you're having the best of weeks,
    I wish you much joy for your days to come ✿

    XO Dany

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  3. Darling house! Have a good weekend.

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  4. Cindy, all of the wood moulding is gorgeous...thanks so much for sharing these homes with us! Happy Thursday!

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  5. Does that fabulous chandelier in the dining room stay?

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  6. What a neat old house. I had a house that had the blue woodwork in it like that. I loved it while I lived there. What a neat basement in a house that old. Love what they did there. xo Diana

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