Historic 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home with Cashie Riverfront Access!
This 3 bedroom/2 bath historic riverfront home in Windsor, NC is in the center of a first class eastern North Carolina hunting hotspot. Whether you’re looking for a primary residence or a home base for you and your hunting buddies to stay while hunting in and around Bertie County, this home will not disappoint. The home was originally built in 1850 and is known as the Butler-Nichols House as listed in the US Register of National Historic Places. The house, which is located in the middle of Windsor’s historic district, was remodeled in 1910 and has had numerous upgrades over the years. The upstairs covered porch was added in 2007.
The home has excellent access to the Cashie River which touches the back of the property. There is plenty of room for a private dock to be put in for access to the river’s natural beauty. Motor boats, kayaks, and canoes are all used by locals and tourists alike to sightsee and fish on the river. The Cashie is known for its majestic cypress and tupelo swamps which are full of wildlife including bear, deer, turkeys, raccoons, otters, and any other creatures that thrive in the swamps of eastern North Carolina. The fishing on the river is also first class as it is loaded with largemouth bass, bream, speckled perch, and hickory shad.
There is much to do and see in Windsor. Windsor is home of Livermon Park and Mini-zoo, where you can view exciting animals such as buffalo, alpacas, llamas, emus, peacocks and much more. Nearby several historic, cultural and environmental attractions await visitors. Historic Hope Plantation is five miles from Windsor. The San Souci Ferry is about 13 miles from Windsor and offers a “free” scenic crossing of the Cashie River. The schools for children in this district are Windsor Elementary, Bertie Middle, and Bertie High School.