18TH CENTURY CHARM! The stately Moses Austin House circa approximately 1700 served as the home of Ebenezer Steadman, than modified and occupied by the family of Moses Austin, this home has maintained is unique charm throughout time and offers the potential buyer a true structure of American History. Located in Durham's stunning Historic District, on a corner lot within walking distance to shops, town amenities including farmers market, public library, schools, fairgrounds and much much more, you have everything you need within walking distance. The Moses Austin House offers 18th century detail throughout, including large prominent beams, wide-board hardwood floors, molding, multiple large brownstone fireplaces, and beehive ovens. After Moses Austin left Durham, and migrated to Texas to eventually have Austin Texas named after his family, the home continues to have a rich history of additions, and changes to this day. It was used at one point in the early 20th as the Durham Post office. The interior offers a sense of modern amenities mixed with the sense of preserved history. A home with a unique and rich history such as this rarely comes around!