Own a piece of history. The 1847 Smyre-Pasour house is one of the few remaining Greek Revival structures in Gaston County. It is located on the historic town square in Dallas, facing the old Gaston County Courthouse and town green, adjacent to the iconic and historic former Hoffman Hotel and overlooking other neighboring historic structures. The house and well house are both contributing structures to the Dallas National Register Historic District and are available for historic tax credits. The handsome proportions, high ceilings and original details make this house conducive for either commercial or residential use. There is ample room to the side and rear of the structure for sensitively designed parking. Front of building sits flush with the sidewalk. Added features include original fireplaces, heart pine flooring, wavy glass windows, and original doors and trim. Structure will need electrical, plumbing, HVAC and more. See attached preservation restrictive covenants.
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