Known as the Isaac David Harrell House. This CIRCA 1900 home may have been built for his father, Josiah Harrell, which would probably place construction back to the 1880's. According to the book 'Between the River and the Sound' by Tom Butchko and Bradley Barkera"the Harrell's farmed here until their deaths. It exemplifies the small hardworking Chowan farmers of the early 20th Century. Read more on page 175 if that publication. This is a quaint 2 level bungalow stylistically. Referred to as a 'story-and-a-jump.' Two bedrooms and one bathroom. Kitchen and long ell porch extending back from the main structure. Early outbuilding is a gable front barn. Quiet country living. Historic ambience! And close to the Chowan River!!!