410 Otteray Avenue High Point, NC 27262
YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL-OLD and NEW! 1920’s FARMHOUSE with attached 2006 mother-in-law suite on the best street in town. Make this classic home your own with plenty of room for a large family to spread out. Treat family and friends like honored guests in the ATTACHED APARTMENT with separate entrance, kitchen and HVAC OR rent it out for extra income! Enjoy farmhouse cooking in an updated main kitchen with QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS. Luxuriate in original deep soaking tubs or step into the large modern shower in the attached apartment. HEART PINE floors upstairs and down. Ornamental fireplaces in living, dining and downstairs office. Upstairs nursery can serve as office, craft room, home school room and more. Also, large laundry/utility room and detached garage storage. All the inner workings of the house have been well maintained: roof in 2015, water pipes, and furnace 2006.
Listing Brokerage NameKeller Williams Realty
- johnson street global studies
- high point central high school
- ferndale middle school
- northwood elementary school
- kirkman park elementary school
- dean b pruett scale academy
- penn-griffin school for the arts
- fairview elementary school
- middle college at gtcc - high point
- welborn academy of science and technology
Community - High Point
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High Point is a lively city located in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina, extending into four counties. This livable, prosperous and safe community is the eighth-largest city in the state.
High Point real estate includes a combination of downtown condominiums and single-family homes tucked away in quiet neighborhoods. The diversity of homes for sale in High Point provides a wide number of options for buyers. You will find a number of beautiful properties in High Point boasting pristine features, such as picturesque porches, spacious outdoor living areas, private swimming pools and more.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Nicknamed the “Furniture Capital of the World”, High Point hosts High Point Market, a biannual event attracting close to 100,000 global exhibitors and buyers, making it the largest home furnishing industry trade show in the world. Top employers in High Point include Bank of America, High Point Regional Health System, and Guilford County Schools. The city’s lively downtown and collection of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues make High Point an exciting city to live in.
Residents may catch a show at High Point Theatre, a multi-purpose facility with a large auditorium, exhibition galleries and meeting areas. It also serves as the home to the Carolina Dynamo professional soccer team. In addition to the variety of furniture stores in High Point, nearby shopping destinations include Four Seasons Town Centre in Greensboro and Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem, in addition to local boutiques and shops dotting the downtown area. The city maintains several recreation centers, parks, an environmental center, a senior center and more. The 1,550-acre Oak Hollow Lake Park hosts a campground, a lake with a marina, a playground and much more.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
High Point is the only municipality in the state that resides in four counties, including Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford and Randolph Counties. Each county provides its own set of public schools for that area; however, Guilford County Schools is the prevalent system for High Point. There are 10 private schools in the High Point area, including High Point Christian Academy, High Point Friends School, Immaculate Heart of Mary, Wesleyan Christian Academy and Westchester Country Day School. High Point University, a private liberal arts school, was ranked the No. 1 regional college in the South, and boasts the highest overall graduation rate among area schools.
Quaker and German immigrants originally settled into the area now known as High Point for its great location near the intersections of two main transportation paths, the North Carolina Railroad and Western Plank Road. The area was named because it was geographically the “high point” of the railroad line. High Point was officially incorporated in 1859 and started growing with an emphasis on tobacco, woodworking and textiles. Its first furniture factory opened in 1889, and it was later nicknamed the “Furniture Capital of the World”.
Approximate Distance to:
Greensboro: 17.5 Miles
Winston-Salem: 20.5 Miles
Piedmont Triad International Airport: 15 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 82 Miles
High Point Regional Hospital: 0.5 Miles
Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital: 18 Miles
I-74: 2 Miles
I-85: 6.5 Miles
I-40: 16 Miles
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