New Listing in Emerywood

1111 Forest Hill Drive

Take a minute and follow me on a walk through of this new listing so you can see first hand how fabulous it is!

Listed at $350,000, this comfortable 4 bedroom and 3 bath home boasts original hardwood floors throughout, an updated kitchen, large, fenced backyard and tons of storage space. Abundant amount of living spaces including a den and sunroom that both have floor to ceiling windows. There are two “masters”, one on the main level and one on the second floor. Location is key for this home, nestled on one of the prettiest streets in Emerywood, at this price it’s a great investement!

And on the practical side, the windows have been replaced, the roof was installed in 2013, basement has been waterproofed and it has vinyl siding. All these things help minimize the maintenance of this home and adds value.*

It also has a great history behind it.

David and Myran Bouldin were brothers who were tobacco farmers in Trinity, NC. They had a “falling out” over money and land one day, David moved his family up to High Point and the brothers never spoke again. David built 1111 Forest Hill Drive using most of the builidng materials (timbers, wood, stone, etc…) from one of the tobacco farms in Trinity. It was built during WWII so building materials were scarce, he used as much locally as he could. *

Architectural elements of the house.

This two-story, side-gabled, Colonial Revival-style house is five bays wide and double-pile. It has German-profile weatherboards, an exterior brick chimney in the left (east) elevation, and vinyl windows. The two-light-over-four-panel door has an elaborate, paneled surround and is sheltered by a
front-gabled porch supported by brackets with decorative finials. A one-story, side-gabled wing extends from the right (west) elevation and a one-story, side-gabled porch on the left elevation is supported by square posts and has been enclosed with windows. A hip-roofed section extends from the left elevation of the left wing. The earliest known occupant is David L. Bouldin in 1945. -exert from the Uptown Suburbs Historic District, National Register Registration.

*All facts and history were provided by owner.