You've got to see the stunning interior of this Southern farmhouse

Located in the quiet southern countryside just outside of Oxford, North Carolina, lies this spectacular farmhouse built in 1800. With high ceilings and many of its original features, this country home retains all of the historic character it was so lovingly built with over two hundred years ago.
The 4 bedroom and 3 bathroom farmhouse is actually on the National Register of Historic Places, and the surrounding land is no less special. With a back patio, manicured lawn, and multiple outbuildings, the home's 14 acres worth of property is full of charm.
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The large formal dining room in this southern country home features high, twelve-foot ceilings that make the room seem spacious enough for even the largest parties. A classic chandelier light fixture adds extra elegance for holiday get togethers.
This living room includes one of this home's eight fireplaces. Cold winter nights will always be warm and toasty inside this house, and gorgeous antique chairs provide an ideal spot to relax while listening to the fire crackle.
One of the most unique and special aspects of this farmhouse's eat-in kitchen is the rich hardwood floors that are featured. Combined with yet another beautiful fireplace, this room is just begging to be the site of family breakfasts for years to come.
Much of this historic country home's original woodwork has been preserved, and as such there are elements of its traditional Federal and Georgian style features throughout the house. The woodwork on this beautifully crafted staircase is framed perfectly by the antique rugs and ephemera displayed in this hallway.
What says classic country farmhouse better than a traditional four poster bedroom? Lounge and unwind in this charming bedroom, outfitted with more lovely woven rugs and antique furnishings that echo a simpler time.
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A southern farmhouse just isn't complete without a view of its idyllic farm. This historic home features a spacious outdoor patio under shade-giving mature trees: the best spot to sip sweet tea on a hot summer's day!
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