Your Address in History
Old Salem Museums & Gardens is proud to introduce our commercial and residential property rental options in the heart of the historic district! More than simply a place to live, you be able to live surrounded by the beauty of Old Salem and your rent will go toward helping us maintain the buildings and grounds. Wake up on Saturdays and walk to the Cobblestone Farmers Market, sit in the square and read a book, or walk around the town and enjoy the activity of Old Salem.
Featuring convenience to downtown Winston-Salem, Salem College, Winston-Salem State, University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA), top-notch dining, professional businesses and major highways, living or working in Old Salem is a unique opportunity.
1. The Herbst House Second & Third-floor house, 511 South Main Street, (c. 1821, Restoration date c. 2003, Landmarked 1976). Designated a historic landmark in 1976, the Herbst House offers 1,700 square feet of space, dedicated parking spaces, two outdoor porches, several large rooms, a full kitchen and two restrooms. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to be situated directly on South Main Street, near restaurants, the stroll way, shopping and the undeniable charm of Old Salem. It is possible that this main street house can accommodate both residential and/or office occupation.
2. Herbst House Studio, 511 South Main Street, (c. 1821, Restoration date c. 2003, Landmarked 1976), is a cozy, street-level, multi-room studio apartment with a new kitchen and bathroom. This apartment has direct access to Main Street and the heart of the historic district.*Waiting list available.
Give us a call! Robbie King at 336-721-7381 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anna Catharina House (PRESENTLY RENTED), 8 West Street, (c. 1772, Reconstruction date c. 1954, Landmarked 1976) is a charming, freestanding, wood clapboard, one-bedroom dwelling with a kitchen, bath and living room. It rests directly behind the interpreted Vogler House and a quiet side street with plenty of natural light. *Waiting list available.
The “Fourth” House (PRESENTLY RENTED), 438 South Main Street, (c. 1768, Restoration date c. 1968, Landmarked 1976), is a 2½-story, half-timbered structure with brick and clay nogging. It is the oldest surviving residential building in Salem and one of the oldest in the state of North Carolina. This wonderful house has two working fireplaces, two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a powder room, and a large full-floor living room. The site contains a fenced in yard with direct access to Main Street. *Waiting list available.
1915 House (BOTH APARTMENTS PRESENTLY RENTED), 920 South Church Street, (c. 1915) is a simple, freestanding, wood clapboard, dwelling, that contains 2 distinct, one-bedroom apartments each with one full bathroom, large living room, and kitchen. Each apartment has its own entrance and the house rests on a quiet street within the historic district.*Waiting list available.
More amazing residential opportunities in Old Salem! For further information please Robbie King at 336-721-7381 or by e-mail, email@example.com.