This turn of the century Craftsman style bungalow located on historic Belcher Street in Farmville is a step back in time. This property offers the essence of history and the convenience of the present. Listed in the Historic Architecture of Pitt County, North Carolina, this property comes along with the infamous Belcher Bench. Former Mayor Belcher would give a stone bench to his friends. The new owner of this property will own this piece of history as well. Off the expansive front porch you will find the porte-cochere. Model T cars were parked under the shelter and you could step directly onto the front porch. Interior offers hardwood floors, high ceilings, ornate mantels and built-ins. From the foyer to the back laundry room, you will be amazed at the preservation of the era of the early 1900's. Formal living, formal dining, kitchen, breakfast nook, den, office, full bath, laundry, walk in pantry and half bath adorn the downstairs. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, full bath, wide hallway and the glass panel closet door will let you remain in a time of past. So many rooms, so many options. You have plenty of parking in the rear with the turn around space, patio and stoop. Convenience to downtown Farmville, where you will find medical, post office, pharmacy, dining, grocery, floral shop, furniture stores, clothing, consignment, antique and vintage shopping. Farmville offers breweries, dance studio, accounting services, legal services, ice cream shop, a French bakery, walking trails, disc golf, Farmville Country Club and a state of the art library being built...why live anywhere else?