Dating back to 1836, 113 Meeting Street exudes character, with a rough past. Saved from a "wrecking ball", this historic home was extensively restored and completely renovated in the early 2000's keeping true to its Southern Charm. Having beautiful heart pine floors throughout, attention to detail was never missed. The kitchen is equipped with large stainless appliances, natural gas Thermador range and added storage within the kitchen island. This home stands tall, being canopied by the majestic Live Oak trees lining Meeting Street, which is arguably one of the most picturesque streets within the Historic District. This home has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, all bedrooms which are upstairs each with an en suite. The lot is just under one quarter of an acre, and leaves ample room to expand and add a primary downstairs suite, potential for a garage, and so much more! Enjoy your evenings on the front porch, or grab a good book and enjoy the second porch balcony, which is accessible through each bedroom. Being within the boundary of the Historic District any exterior modifications or additions would have to be approved by the Architectural Review Board. Being home at 113 Meeting Street you are just two blocks from the park and walking trail at East Bay Park, which also provides a public boat landing and kayak launch, dog park, tennis and pickleball courts. Take a nice walk into town and enjoy the shopping, dining, restaurants, live music, and much more.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Lauren Call () from Listing Office: Going Coastal Realty.
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