Boone County, North Carolina, resident Scott H. Brown said his business has grown exponentially over the past few years thanks to his real estate broker, and he is not planning on slowing down anytime soon.
“When we’re talking about a lot of businesses that are trying to grow, there are always times where you’re looking at what the future holds,” Brown said.
“And I know my broker is doing the best job he can.
Brown, an insurance agent with Blue Cross and Blue Shield, is currently in a market-by-market auction that’s looking to sell the historic St. George Mansion and its adjoining buildings. “
But it’s definitely time to let that opportunity go.”
Brown, an insurance agent with Blue Cross and Blue Shield, is currently in a market-by-market auction that’s looking to sell the historic St. George Mansion and its adjoining buildings.
In addition to the two residences, the historic property includes the Blue Cross Memorial Building, a landmark in the area.
The sale will take place this Saturday, and Brown expects the property will fetch more than $1 million.
He said he expects to use the proceeds to renovate the former home of the North Carolina State Railroad, which he purchased for $8.7 million.
The St. GEans Mansion, located in the middle of the village, was built in the early 1800s and is the site of one of the largest public gatherings in the state.
The property has been renovated over the years and is home to the St. John’s Episcopal Church, as well as a number of historic buildings and other historic sites.
Brown is currently negotiating a lease for the St George Mansion, which is also the site for a number other local businesses.
He hopes to open a new real estate office in the old St. Giles’ Building, which houses several businesses.
“We’re trying to open up a real estate business that would be part of our community, not just for Boone County,” Brown explained.
The St GEans mansion and buildings were bought for $18.7,000 in 1877, and it sits in a former rail yard that now serves as a historic building and site for several public events. “
As an owner of property in Boone County I really feel like I have a great place in the community.”
The St GEans mansion and buildings were bought for $18.7,000 in 1877, and it sits in a former rail yard that now serves as a historic building and site for several public events.
In its current condition, the property could be sold for more than a quarter-million dollars.
In a recent interview with the Boone County Times, Brown acknowledged that the St GEan’s Mansion has a history that goes back to the 1860s.
George Mansion and the surrounding buildings were built on land that was formerly used as a rail yard, and the site is home for many of the local businesses that have thrived over the decades.
“They’re very valuable to the community and I think the community appreciates that,” Brown admitted.
“I know that we’re all going to be asking ourselves questions when we go into this auction, but we’re really trying to find a solution.”