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Black paint on a house’s exterior is rare, but this 1905 Victorian somehow pulls it off magically.

Located in High Point, North Carolina, the historic Mary Fisher Frazier House is up for sale!

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Currently listed at $229,000, this home has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

I think the Easter egg coloring with black detailing is completely charming!

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Have a look inside the Mary Fisher Frazier house…

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Shiny red Coca Cola fridge — black and white checkered floors — mini purple banquette? This house is a FUN house!

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There’s nothing ordinary about this Victorian – every place you look, there is quirkiness and character crawling out of the corners.

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The Mary Fisher Frazier house has 4 bedrooms and 2.4 bathrooms and it is zoned residential/commercial so it would be a great space for a business as well.

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A bed & breakfast perhaps?

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Great fireplace and mantel, but I think the faux wood panel walls (above) could be transformed with some colorful paint, no?

For more information about the fabulous Mary Fisher Frazier house, see the listing here.

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Interested in Easter egg colored homes?

Check out this pastel-y post I did last April!