Dear First Responder,
Historic Salisbury Foundation is so grateful for your service.
Every evening as we watch the news, we see violence and destruction. We know that First Responders are the ones who jump to save lives the moment the call comes no matter how terrifying the situation.
Historic Salisbury Foundation, a private, non-profit organization focuses on neighborhood revitalization and the preservation of historic buildings. HSF has spent over forty years helping revitalize declining neighborhoods one house at a time. We understand that First Responders play an enormous role in the revitalization of neighborhoods when they work tirelessly to protect the people who live there. We have also seen first-hand how important First Responders are in the protection of the many historic properties that we have worked so hard to save when First Responders risked their lives in an attempt to save the 1896 Grimes Mill on January 16th, 2013. Historic Salisbury Foundation appreciates all you do to protect our community, its people and its houses.
Salisbury a scenic and inspiring setting for conference
828 W. Monroe Street, Salisbury
Approx. 2,150 sq. ft.
Lot size 1.2 acres
The home was built for the first president of Livingstone College and has remained in his family ever since. Restrictions require historic character be maintained. Gorgeous mantel & surround in Dining Room was hand crafted for Dr. Price by Livingstone students. Handsome 2 story home with wonderful covered porch plus rear deck on a 1.2 Acre lot with beautiful trees and established landscaping. Great old time attic. Two Trane gas furnaces + 2 CAC units.
For more information, please contact Arey Realty 704.633.5334