HISTORIC GASKINS HOUSE BUILT 1907, the finest representative seacoast home on Hatteras Island. Rockey Rollinson-solid construction in need of fundamental TLC. Many original nuances still in place, doors, knobs, locks, chair rails, banisters, fireplace, vintage era lightning rod system, all in all retains much of the original hand-tooled woodworking. One 105 yr. old Palm in place and the other dating to WW II. Magnolias, Yaupon, Atlantic White Cedar, ancient Water Oaks, Crape Myrtles, ballast stones, 1802 lighthouse foundation stones, shells and more from its original 1907 landscaping. There's been many fine restorations done on this island, but this will be the one, potential restorative masterpiece most definitely worth exploring for National Register of Historic Places (ask agent for details.) Home of Urias "Rarcie" O'Neal Gaskins, silver lifesaving medal recipient of the Brewster rescue 1909, and Caddy Midgett Gaskins of the Midgett family land grant/deeds dating to Cape Hatteras Indiantown (Croatan) 1733.
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