1898 Spacious and Gracious Retreat to an Earlier Era
- Airport Shuttle
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
- Smoking Allowed
All-modern amenities housed in a beautifully renovated 1898 Princess Anne house with 12-foot ceilings throughout. It has the space and ambience of an older era, and the functionality of today; filled with super-comfortable furniture and lots of art. The wrap-around porch with wicker furniture and an old-fashioned glider lead into the large entry foyer. To the left, the living room has comfortable chairs, sofa, bookcases, and armoire with TV and stereo. Continuing to the rear of the house through large pocket doors, the second parlor has comfortable chairs and sofa, desk, and dresser filled with puzzles. It has a full bath attached. Next door, a large dining room is furnished with dining table (expandable with leaves to twelve people), two sideboards, and a china cabinet; extra dishes and tableware are stored here. The gracious chandelier is on a dimmer to create a great ambience. The dining room connects by way of a pass-through to the open and colorful fully-equipped eat-in kitchen. A counter at the pass-through holds drinkware, a bar sink, and a smaller TV. The laundry room is attached to the kitchen, with washer and dryer and utility sink. Off the kitchen is an enclosed porch with extra refrigerator, leadint to the back deck, which has a patio table and six chairs plus umbrella. The open yard is shaded by a magnolia tree. There is a hammock and a small outdoor fireplace available. Upstairs: The master bedroom at the front of the house has its own master bath with two sinks and a tiled shower, and a queen-sized bed, two dressers, and vanity. Next to that is bedroom two, with twin beds, a vanity, dresser, and armoire. Bedroom three has a queen bed, and two dressers. There is a hall bath with shower down the hall. Bedroom four at the back of the house has a queen bed, and its own bath, with linen closet and bathtub/shower. Across from the hall bath is the door to the upstairs "sleeping" porch, which looks into our magnolia tree.