Located in the City of Beaufort's Historic Old Point, this Queen Anne style home originally stood on Carteret Street. Built in 1913, it was purchased by Carteret St Methodist Church and used as a parsonage. In 1981, the house was relocated to its current site and retains the original copper-coated standing seam roof and cypress clapboard siding. This three bedroom, three full bath home is approximately 1976 square feet, Over 100 years old, this historic home has been kept in pristine condition. It offers quality features that make this home a cut above the rest. The hardwood floors have been perfectly preserved. The crown molding compliments the entire home. The remodeled kitchen offers beautiful cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and a light filled breakfast area. There is ample storage, including on the kitchen island. There is also a stairway leading to a third floor that could be made into an office, gym, or bonus room. This home also has a huge basement.
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