December 2007 Victorian
Location: Goldsboro, NC
Though it was constructed after the Civil War, this circa-1869 house's paired front gables are typical of the Gothic Revival style made popular in these parts during the antebellum period. With its 14-foot ceilings, a wraparound porch, and original hand-painted faux-walnut doors, it was a wonder the home stayed on the market so long. We're happy to report that this Southern belle has been saved and renovations are underway.