Circa 1909 J.R. Chapman house is listed on Historic National Register as "One of Spencer's most imposing Queen Anne residences". This house is an old house lovers dream, with a wrap around front porch, 3 story Turret 11+foot ceilings and period millwork. The home has two staircases, and the possibility of 9 bedrooms (one is currently set up as a work room and was possibly a second upstairs kitchen). Huge center hallways on both floors. Newer Gas boiler for baseboard radiators and the house has 3 mini-splits AC units in 3 downstairs rooms. Attic space is huge and approx 1600-1800 square feet of generally open space waiting to be finished off. Was a boarding house early in its life. 2 car granite block garage and a separate outbuilding. small utility basement. Home has some newer electric. has been well cared for but could use some more attention to really make her shine! Spencer is the Largest National Historic District in the country and home to the NC Transportation Museum.