150 S Marshall Street

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This Queen Anne style structure, designed by FOYER Northup and O'Brien was originally the residence of Henry Fries Shaffner, a co-founder of the Wachovia Loan and Trust Company. Construction began in 1907 and was completed in 1909. Tiger oak woodwork, hand carved mantels, beamed ceilings, and a grand staircase announce with certainty that this is a mansion of enduring and well preserved quality. 

Betty and Henry Falls Jr. purchased the property in 1990 and undertook one of the most thorough renovation projects in Winston-Salem. Due to their attention to detail and commitment to quality, the Shaffner House has received local awards and been featured in national publications. 

Located within walking distance of downtown theaters, dining, arts and entertainment to the north, and to the historic village of Old Salem to the south, the Shaffner House offers unsurpassed convenience and accessibility. The city's Financial and Government districts, and the Innovation Quarter are only blocks away. An on-site private parking lot adds to the convenience of the property, which occupies an entire city block. 

  • ±11,960 SF
  • Ideal for office space or event space
  • Sale Price: $1,500,000
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Cindy Christopher


Square Feet Available: ± 11,960 SF

150 S Marshall Street

Winston-Salem, NC 27101