Final update September 1, 2021
The Asheboro Community, Cumberland, Glenwood, Nocho Park, Piedmont Heights and Rankin, among other neighborhoods, were initially built out in the early decades of the 20th century and still contain many older homes.
2411 Hubbard Street
contract pending August 5, 2021
- $220,000 (originally $235,000)
- 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, 1,516 square feet (per county records)
- Price/square foot: $145
- Built in 1922
- Listed July 1, 2021
- Last sale: $137,000, November 2019
- Neighborhood: Cone Mill
- Note: Built by Cone Mill, sold in 1974
- The solar roof panels have been added since it as sold in 2019.
- The listing shows 2,121 square feet, more than a third larger than county records show.
- How it looked in 2019:
501 S. Benbow Road
The Arledge-Hamilton House
- $154,900 (originally $159,000)
- 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 1,472 square feet
- Price/square foot: $105
- Built in 1937 (per county but probably earlier, see note)
- Listed July 7, 2021
- Last sale: January 1997, no price recorded on deed
- Neighborhood: Nocho Park
- Notes: Rental property
- Listing: “cosmetic upgrades needed. Sold as is.”
- The address appears in the city directory beginning in 1929, suggesting the house was built by then.
- Wesley S. Arledge and his wife, Phyllis, bought the property in 1928 and lived there until 1937, when they lost the house to foreclosure. Wesley was a gardener.
- Fred G. and Ethel Mae Corpening Hamilton bought the house in 1938 and owned it until 1977. Fred was a clerk for Theodore F. Armstrong, confectioner with locations on East Lee and East Market streets. He later worked as a janitor at the Cannon Court apartments on North Elm Street and at First Presbyterian Church.