Owners are handing over the reins of a historic 1899 Victorian home near Charlotte. Look inside.

An 1899 Queen Anne-style Victorian home hit the market this month in the historic district of York, South Carolina, 40 minutes from Charlotte.

Spencer and Jordan Barkin are selling their home at 2 Kings Mountain St. for $575,000, according to the listing from Keller Williams Realty agent Kim Bigach.

The house has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979.

The interior includes formal rooms for dining and entertaining.

The interior includes formal rooms for dining and entertaining.

High ceilings, custom woodwork

The couple has lived in their 3,000-square-foot home since February 2021, Jordan Barkin told The Charlotte Observer on Friday.

“Our favorite aspects of the house are the high ceilings, custom woodwork and wraparound porch,” she said in an email.

“Our dogs enjoy looking through the bay windows at the birds and deer walking through the property, which covers 3/4 of an acre,” Barkin said.

“The house is on a beautiful corner in York’s leafy historic district,” she said.

According to the advertisement, the house is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and city festivities.

Heart pine floors, spiral staircase

The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

A slate walkway and patio lead to the wraparound veranda.

The interior includes pine floors throughout the home, a chef’s kitchen, a large pantry and wet bar, formal areas for dining and entertaining, and a spiral staircase.

The home at 2 Kings Mountain St. in York, SC is for sale for $575,000.The home at 2 Kings Mountain St. in York, SC is for sale for $575,000.

The home at 2 Kings Mountain St. in York, SC is for sale for $575,000.

The house has six fireplaces, reconditioned claw-foot bathtubs; “eccentric” moldings and transoms; and plenty of natural light, according to the listing.

The house is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and city festivities.The house is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and city festivities.

The house is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and city festivities.

Jordan Barkin said she and her husband are selling the house “to start the next chapter in our lives by visiting friends and family in the U.S.”

The house, she said, “appeals to people who love character and history, and we look forward to passing the reins to the next generation of stewards.”

The house has reconditioned claw foot bathtubs.The house has reconditioned claw foot bathtubs.

The house has reconditioned claw foot bathtubs.